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USAID-ov projekat Preduzetnice i startap osnivačice je trogodišnja aktivnost vredna 1,2 miliona dolara koja radi na izgradnji kompetencija, liderstva i uticaja preduzetnica i rodno diversifikovanih startapova. Ovaj projekat radi na unapređenju ekonomskog uticaja startapova koje vode žene jačanjem njihovog rasta i pristupa novim i alternativnim izvorima finansiranja.

Projekat za lokalni aktivizam-Tvoje mesto u Srbiji je četvorogodišnji projekat vredan 1,7 miliona dolara koji sprovodi Nacionalna koalicija za decentralizaciju (NKD), lokalna mreža 16 organizacija civilnog društva sa juga Srbije. projekat podržava razvoj lokalnih zajednica kroz mobilizaciju postojećih resursa i unapređenje lokalnog aktivizma širom Srbije. NKD pomaže u razvoju saradnje i jače povezanosti između građana, lokalnih organizacija civilnog društva, privatnog sektora i vlasti.

USAID-ov Projekat jačanja okruženja za održivost medija je četvorogodišnji projekat vredan 6,5 miliona dolara koji podržava unapređenje nezavisnosti medija unapređenjem finansijske stabilnosti medija u SrbijiProjekat pomaže medijima u Srbiji poboljšanjem poslovnog okruženja za rad medija.  

The USAID/Kosovo Economic Governance Activity is a five-year initiative to support Kosovo in implementing significant reforms that will improve the efficiency of government operations, strengthen public financial management, and ensure the placement of self-reliant and inclusive governance capacities and systems for future reforms.

Civic Action for Accountability is a four-year, $2 million project that supports collective action to increase government accountability and decrease corruption. The project supports citizen-driven activities to grow and strengthen a country-wide network of civil society organizations, grassroots organizations, activists, and journalists who advocate for effective anti-corruption measures and greater government accountability.

USAID LocalWorks funding empowers local actors to take the lead in addressing their local development challenges.

USAID improves the identification, treatment, protection, and access to justice for victims of human trafficking.

USAID is working to build capacity within the National Referral System to better identify and assist victims of human trafficking. 

Since 1995, the U.S. Government, primarily through USAID, has provided more than $1.8 billion in assistance to support democratic, social, and economic progress in BiH and to advance the country toward its goal of EU membership. Much of that investment was focused on post-war reconstruction and the establishment of government institutions. Today, USAID focuses on improving the rule of law and fight against corruption, boosting the private sector, and improving inter-ethnic relations.

On September 23, U.S. Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo announced nearly $119 million in additional U.S. Government (USG) humanitarian funding to support efforts to respond to the Venezuela regional crisis, including inside of Venezuela. The funding—comprising more than $78.8 million from State/PRM, nearly $21.3 million from USAID/FFP, and more than $18.6 million from USAID/OFDA—will enable non-governmental organization (NGO), public international organization (PIO), and UN partners to continue providing critical multi-sector support to vulnerable populations.

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Last updated: January 23, 2020

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