Working with the Government of India and Indian partners, the U.S. Government has invested close to $100 million to prevent and control TB in India, and has helped to treat over 15 million people over the last 18 years. The progress is real. Millions of lives have been saved, and we have seen dramatic improvements in diagnosis and care. But the challenge to end TB in India remains. Despite a strong national TB control program, TB continues to be a leading cause of death in India. The U.S. will remain a sustained, committed partner, supporting India along the path toward ending TB.
Since September 25, 2013 the U.S. Government has committed a total of $100 million in support of the High Impact Micro-Infrastructure Initiative (HIMII).
Since 2000, USAID has invested more than $300 million for hundreds of water and wastewater projects in the West Bank and Gaza.
USAID invests in Palestinian agriculture to boost the local economy, provide jobs, and transform agribusiness into a globally competitive industry.
In the West Bank, girls are succeeding in the classrooms and USAID is proud to be part of that success.
The U.S. government is committed to improving access to workforce development, training and education for Afghan women and girls. Increasing education opportunities is vital to achieve greater female empowerment. The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) provides scholarship opportunities for young Afghan women to access quality education and training, which will enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the Afghan government by upgrading the skills and qualifications of female civil servants.
End date: September 30, 2017
Project budget: $388,978
Implementer: Association for Emancipation, Solidarity and Equality of Women in Macedonia (ESE), in partnership with two local organizations - Open Gate La Strada, and the Coalition for Sexual and Health Rights of Marginalized Communities.
End date: September 1, 2017
Project budget: $681,194
Implementer: Macedonian Young Lawyers Association
Last updated: November 10, 2015