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USAID is a leading donor agency in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and manages more than half of the total U.S. assistance program there. It is also a leader in coordinating efforts with other U.S. Government and international partners to scale development impact.

Liberia's remaining USAID/OFDA-supported Ebola treatment units (ETUs) close. Government of Guinea (GoG) reports one new case during the week of October 26. Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL) approves post-Ebola virus disease (EVD) transition plan. Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone continue to address EVD survivor need.

Inform Asia promotes the generation and use of evidence-based strategic information to achieve malaria elimination in Thailand.  Aligned with USAID’s Journey to Self-Reliance, Inform Asia works alongside government counterparts to achieve locally sustainable results.

USAID’s Business Enabling Project is a seven-year initiative launched in January 2011. The project helps the Government of Serbia (GoS) increase the competitiveness of the Serbian economy and its private sector by streamlining the business enabling environment, improving public financial management, and strengthening financial markets.

BACKGROUND:

Opportunity Bank Serbia (OBS) is a community bank that provides micro, rural, agro and small and medium-enterprise (SME) lending to clients that cannot ordinarily access financial services from traditional banks.  Clients are typically from semi-urban and rural areas of Serbia.  The bank specializes in loans to dual-income cottage industries and the agricultural sector.

BACKGROUND:

The ICT Hub is a two-year USAID Global Development Alliance between two successful Serbian companies and USAID. The Hub’s objective is to identify and advance innovative IT concepts by providing technical support to budding entrepreneurs and companies to develop their ideas into feasible projects. 

This project is a response to the large potential identified in young, highly skilled individuals and talented software developers who need technical support and knowledge to complete their projects and grow as entrepreneurs.  

MCHIP provides assistance to the Kyrgyz Republic in order to build capacity for M&E analysis by introducing the Reaching Every District approach (RED) into national, oblast and district systems; improve evidence-based program planning and prioritization; and improve partner coordination on immunization.

Main goal of the project is to provide equal and fair access to tertiary education and enable a broader range of the Kyrgyz Republic’s youth to access the education needed to enter the skilled job market.

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Last updated: June 30, 2022

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