The Women’s Leadership in Small and Medium Enterprises (WLSME) Program in Kyrgyzstan has the ultimate objective of promoting growth of 750 women-led businesses over three years. The project is based on the development hypothesis that if women business owners had greater human capital, social capital, and access to market information, they would be more likely to grow their micro-enterprise to a size that employs at least five employees or more.
The United States has a government-wide strategy to combat wildlife trafficking to protect endangered species such as elephants, pangolins, rhinos, sharks, tigers, tuna and turtles. The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has been actively working to stop the illegal trade in wildlife in Asia since 2005 when the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Wildlife Enforcement Network (ASEAN-WEN) was created. USAID has built on ASEAN-WEN's successes and is sharing its lessons with China and South Asia through Asia’s Regional Response to Endangered Species Trafficking program. The program addresses trafficking in illegal wildlife in Asia by reducing consumer demand, strengthening law enforcement and improving regional cooperation and anti-trafficking networks.
Health actors in Liberia and Sierra Leone continue to report increasing numbers of EVD cases. While the U.N. World Health Organization (WHO) continues to report a generally stable situation in Nigeria, the Government of Guinea (GoG) has reported a significant increase in suspected and confirmed cases of EVD in Guinea in recent days.
Основной целью программы Фермер-Фермеру является стимулирование быстрого, устойчивого и всеобъемлющего экономического роста путем предоставления краткосрочной технической помощи в сельскохозяйственном секторе.
The primary goal of Farmer-to-Farmer (F2F) in Kyrgyzstan is to generate rapid, sustained and broad based economic growth through short-term technical assistance in the agricultural sector.
Через Проект по торговле и доходам Афганистана, USAID оказывает содействие Кыргызской Таможенной службе, Министерству экономики, а также бизнес ассоциациям, объединениям перевозчиков, таможенным брокерам и другим представителям частного сектора путем поддержки торговых реформ и усилий для расширения регионального сотрудничества.
Through the Afghanistan Trade and Revenue (ATAR) Project, USAID assists Kyrgyz Customs, Ministry of Economy, as well as business accociations, freightforwarder unions, customs brokers and other private sector representatives by supporting pro-trade reforms and efforts for increased regional cooperation
Last updated: August 29, 2014