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Through its Central America and Mexico (CAM) Regional Program, USAID works with the governments of the region, the private sector and local organizations towards the shared goal of a prosperous, transparent and safe Central America region.

International donors participate in high-level pledging event for Yemen crisis on April 25. US Government agencies commit an additional $94 million in humanitarian funding for the Yemen response. UN officials warn parties to conflict against launching a military offensive in the vicinity of Al Hudaydah Port, noting humanitarian concerns.

The Macedonia Media Program is a $6 million program to increase pluralism and transparency in the Macedonian media market.

Enhanced Parliamentary and Party Capacity for Public Engagement Component
Start date: April 1, 2012 Duration: September 2020
Implementer: CEPPS/National Democratic Institute (NDI)

Funded through the Consortium for Electoral and Political Process Strengthening (CEPPS), this eight-year, $9.7 million project is implemented in cooperation with the International Republican Institute (IRI), the National Democratic Institute (NDI), and the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) to promote political competition and accountability in Macedonia.

Launched in 2017, Advancing Social Cohesion is a $1.3 million, four-year program designed to improve relationships by children and youth across ethnic, religious, and social divisions so the country can better withstand ethnic, social, and economic shocks without resorting to violence.

Development Credit Authority (DCA) assumes a share of the lending risk to encourage financial institutions to provide loans to sectors and segments important to development. DCA works with missions that offer technical assistance to build the credit-worthiness of borrowers, increase the willingness of lenders to extend credit, and create linkages between borrowers and lenders.

In support of the Government of Morocco’s efforts to increase civic participation, USAID is providing direct grants to five CSOs to strengthen their capacities to act as intermediary support organizations (ISOs) and engage with the government on behalf of the citizens.  

The project was designed in September 2016 to help introduce a modern, business-friendly, and predictable inspection system and enhance the efficiency of inspection authorities by implementing best practices and principles in the inspection process. The overall aim of the project is to improve the business enabling environment in Macedonia.

Partnership for Better Business Regulation is a four-year, $1.9 million activity to support micro and small businesses in Macedonia by helping improve their ability to comply with legal requirements and participate in MSME policy making


Last updated: March 23, 2018

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