The Strengthening Education in Afghanistan II (SEA II) project provides programmatic and capacity building support to institutions and civil society organizations working in Afghanistan’s education sector. Currently, SEA II partners with targeted organizations that contribute to USAID Afghanistan’s strategic goals and objectives for education including the Afghanistan Center at Kabul University, the National Science Center, and the Afghanistan Technical and Vocational Institute.
The United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Assessment of Learning Outcomes and Social Effects of Community-Based Education (ALSE) research project examines how well community based schools are helping children learn in core subjects such as literacy and mathematics.
The Global Partnership for Education Program is an initiative funded by multiple donors, including the United States, to help the Afghan government achieve its national Education for All goals. The Global Partnership for Education focuses on increasing and sustaining equitable access to quality education in 40 districts in 13 provinces of Afghanistan.
The Basic Education, Learning, and Training (BELT) project helps Afghanistan’s Ministry of Education expand access to basic education and improve the quality of basic education for Afghanistan’s school-aged population.
The main objectives of USAID’s Energy Investment Activity are to help the country attract investment and create jobs in the energy sector. Through this activity, USAID works to revise and align the permitting processes for construction of electricity generation facilities, so they are consistent, transparent and investor friendly throughout the country.
- Implementation period: August 2010 – February 2015
- Project budget: $150 million
- Implementation period: July 2014 – July 2017
- Project budget: $19.9 million
- Implementation period: March 2009 – September 2015
- Project budget: $160 million
- Implementation period: November 2014 – November 2015
- Project budget: $390,000
The United States Agency for International Development’s Kandahar Food Zone Program (KFZ) is helping rural farmers in seven Kandahar districts to earn legitimate incomes by identifying and addressing the root causes and sources of instability that lead to opium poppy cultivation.
Last updated: June 01, 2016