The Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP), with partners with USAID/Liberia under the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3), supports the Ministry of Health (MOH) to implement impactful social and behavior change communication (SBCC) programming.
The USAID Advancing Youth Project provides increased access to quality alternative basic education services, social and leadership development, and livelihood training for Liberian youth and young adults (aged 13–35), who are out of school, and who lack or have marginal literacy and numeracy skills.
Since 2011, the Excellence in Higher Education for Liberian Development (EHELD) project has worked with Liberia’s leading universities to transform the higher education fields of engineering and agriculture to be more dynamic, interactive, and modern so that students have practical skills and are ready to enter the workforce upon graduation.
The Fixed Amount Reimbursement Agreement (FARA) activity with the Liberian Ministry of Health (MOH) provides support to the MOH in the implementation of its 10 year National Health Policy and Plan. Under this agreement, USAID reimburses the Government of Liberia (GOL) for the cost of implementing the Essential Package of Health Services in three counties covering a population of roughly 1.4 million Liberians.
USAID Liberia Strategic Analysis (LSA) Activity provides the Mission with analytical and advisory services in support of strategic planning, project and activity design, performance monitoring and evaluation, and learning and adapting to contextual changes and implementation challenges.
Last updated: November 21, 2016