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  • USAID’s StopPalu project has distributed more than 3 million insecticide treated bed nets, reaching almost 1 million households in Guinea. 

  • USAID is working with the Government of Guinea to make Agriculture an attractive sector to retain young people.

  • One of USAID's priorities in Guinea is to promote democracy and good governance.

  • The Global Health Security Agenda program develops an integrated and global package of activities to help prevent avoidable epidemics in Guinea.

  • USAID’s health projects have trained more than 700 health workers to provide high-impact maternal and child health services in Guinea.

  • USAID programs help improve reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health in Guinea.

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  • USAID works together with the Government of Guinea to improve agricultural productivity.

  • USAID’s health efforts in Guinea include rebuilding trust between communities and health facilities after the Ebola outbreak in the country.

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  • One of USAID’s priority goals in Guinea is to end preventable child and maternal deaths.

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FEPAF-BG expects to produce more than 50 000 tons in the near future
Guinean Fruit Growers Realize Greater Yields and Revenue
Djenabou Camara working on her farm in Tougnifily, Boffa.
Guinean Farmers Profit From New Techniques and Seeds
In Boffa, USAID’s ILADP helps rehabilitate the dike protection system to increase rice production.
Dike Rehabilitation in Rural Guinea Protects Rice Crops From Flooding

About Guinea

The West African nation of Guinea is a predominantly Muslim country, home to a population of approximately 12 million people, with natural beautiful landscapes on the ocean, close to the mountains, and in the shade of the forests. The country has the largest reserves of bauxite in the world, and is the second largest producer of the mineral. The agricultural sector provides a subsistence livelihood for nearly 80 percent of the population.

Despite massive mineral, hydroelectric, and agricultural potential, it is one of the poorest countries in the world, due in good part to a history of weak governance that is only gradually being overcome. However, following a largely peaceful and fair presidential election in October 2015 and the end of the Ebola outbreak, the country is once again on a positive trajectory. Our work increases quality health services, with a focus on malaria; reduces poverty through improved food security and nutrition; and increases citizen engagement with more effective and accountable government institutions and processes.

Last updated: April 01, 2019

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Mission Contact

B.P. 603
Conakry Guinea
+224 3046 8715
+224 3046 8714

USAID Contact

Stephanie Saenger
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
, DC