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USAID/OFDA contributes more than $5 million in additional support for emergency relief activities in Haiti. WFP bolsters logistics operations by air, land, and sea; reaches more than 350,000 people with food assistance in October. USAID continues to work with humanitarian actors to respond to immediate shelter needs.

The Community Health Workers for Advancing Liberian Livelihoods (CHW FOR ALL) activity is designed to strengthen  the capacity of the Ministry of Health (MOH) and other community stakeholders to oversee the scale-up of a high quality national Community Health Assistant (CHA) program that is informed by and held accountable to the remote communities it has been designed to serve. 

USAID – through the Strengthening Elections Administration Activity (SEAA) implemented by IFES – is building  on the previous support to electoral processes.  The activitity will focus on enhancing the capacity of the Central Election Commission (CEC) and Election Complaints and Appeal Panel (ECAP) to independently deliver credible and widely-accepted elections to an informed voting public.

The Transformational Leadership Program (TLP) is designed to provide educational opportunities for Kosovo’s most promising students through university scholarships, partnerships, and student and faculty exchanges with universities in the United States.  The TLP program aims to develop a cadre of leaders who will drive significant economic, political, and social development upon their return to Kosovo.  

The Mein River Hydro Project was initiated under the Liberia Energy Sector Support Program (LESSP) and now falls within the purview of Power Africa. The LESSP was designed by USAID/Liberia to increase access to affordable renewable energy services in geographically focused rural and urban areas in order to foster economic, political and social development. Liberia was selected as a Power Africa focus country in 2013 to increase affordable electricity access to urban and rural communities.

The overarching goal of the Feeder Roads Alternative and Maintenance Program (FRAMP) is to support the government of Liberia to develop, operationalize and implement sustainable routine maintenance systems, while piloting innovative, alternative low volume sealed road construction techniques through research and development. The roads constructed under the program will be continually maintained with the buy-in and participation of local communities who will benefit from them.  Under the program, residents of communities served by the roads will also be trained in how to perform routine road maintenance.

Uganda has an opportunity to create a more accountable and responsive government and an electoral system capable of enabling a growing number of citizens to participate peacefully in politics. A more accountable and responsive government will increase citizen commitment to democratic governance and reduce tensions among political, regional and ethnic groups.

Project Snapshot
Total Funding:  $16.2 million ($8.1 USAID; $8.1 Sweden)
Project Duration:  January 2016 - January 2021
Implementing Partner:  Cardno Emerging Markets

 

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Last updated: December 13, 2017

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