Fact Sheets

USAID’s Economic Growth and Infrastructure Office generates tangible benefits in the lives of Palestinians by increasing access to clean, reliable and affordable water and energy and stimulating the growth of the Palestinian economy.

USAID improves access to and delivery of essential services in the health, humanitarian assistance, and education sectors.

WFP has reached nearly 925,000 people with food assistance since Hurricane Matthew struck Haiti in October 2016. Suspected cholera cases continue to decline, reaching lowest monthly caseload since August 2015. USAID programming in Haiti reaches more than 16,600 smallholder farmers with seeds and other agricultural inputs

Бул программанын алкагында IFESтин ишмердүүлүгү шайлоо комиссияларынын профессионалдыгын жана дараметин күчөтүүгө, ошондой эле Кыргызстан жаштарынын  жарандык активдүүлүгүн жогорулатууга багытталган.

Land tenure has been one of the main causes of Colombia’s protracted armed conflict.

Since 2011, the U.S. Government has supported the Government of Colombia’s (GOC) Low Carbon Development Strategy, a key initiative to mitigate climate change.

USAID’s Investing for Peace activity generates inclusive rural economic growth in Colombia’s marginalized areas through private sector investments. 

The Consolidation and Enhanced Livelihoods Initiative – Northern/Southern Regions (CELI N/S) program supports the Government of Colombia’s (GOC) effort to enhance state presence and economic development in conflict-affected regions.

The Colombia Clean Energy Program (CCEP) partners with the Government of Colombia’s (GOC) energy entities, municipal governments, local community organizations, municipal organizations, and the private sector to achieve clean energy goals. 

March 2017 marks two years since the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia-led Coalition began airstrikes on Al Houthi and allied forces in Yemen. An estimated 17 million people in Yemen are experiencing acute levels of food insecurity—an increase of 20 percent since June 2016.


Last updated: October 17, 2017