The Improving Livelihoods and Governance through Natural Resource Management contributed to Afghanistan’s capacity to conserve and sustainably manage its natural resources and improve the livelihoods of the rural communities in Bamyan and Badakhshan provinces.
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the U.S. Department of State (State) are implementing a coordinated Partner Vetting System (PVS) pilot program that was congressionally mandated in the FY 2012 Appropriations Act. USAID is implementing the pilot program in Guatemala, Kenya, Lebanon, the Philippines, and Ukraine.
The key to a strong democracy and transparent government is a robust media and civil society sector. USAID’s Afghan Civic Engagement Program (ACEP) will ensure that Afghan citizens are well informed about the actions and performance of government institutions and officials, and that they have the means to freely influence public policy and advocate for political reform.
CDC Foundation dedicates emergency operations centers in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. USAID/OFDA partners provide emergency assistance and IPC support for flood-affected people in Sierra Leone. Government of Guinea (GoG) approves use of rapid diagnostic tests for EVD.
The Agricultural Credit Enhancement (ACE) program (July 2010 – February 2015) established and managed the Agricultural Development Fund (ADF) until it was transferred to the Afghan government. Throughout its course the program provided $60.7 million in loans directly benefiting more than 31,000 farmers.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has been helping the Afghan government to increase children’s access to basic education since 2002.
The Early Grade Reading Survey project will acquire data and information on student reading ability in primary and community-based education schools, providing key information for the Ministry of Education and the international donor community to reform and improve early grade reading instruction.
USG announces nearly $419 million in new humanitarian funding to Syria, bringing the total USG contribution to more than $4.5 billion
The U.S. Agency for International Development’s Low Emissions Asian Development program works with regional governments, businesses and institutions toward sustainable, low-carbon economic development, or “green growth,” across all economic sectors. The five-year program promotes regional cooperation to develop and implement low emission development strategies, improve greenhouse gas inventories and advance carbon markets in 11 countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
USAID’s Health for Life Logistics project will strengthen Nepal’s existing health logistics management systems to ensure sustained availability of essential health commodities in facilities across Nepal.
Last updated: October 08, 2015