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The Amazon is home to 1.6 million indigenous people, some of whom continue to live in voluntary isolation, and all of whom depend on the forests and waters of the Amazon for their material and cultural survival.  Protected areas and indigenous territories are known to be the best conserved lands in the Amazon, and USAID considers the region’s indigenous peoples to be the foundation for achieving its conservation goals. Their active and meaningful participation in development planning and decisions affecting the Amazon is the basis for the long-term conservation of the world's largest rainforest. Safeguarding the rights and resources of indigenous peoples will help conserve irreplaceable biodiversity and ecosystem services, and promote cultural survival and self-determined development.

We work to improve the representation of indigenous peoples in governance, enabling them to promote their own rights and livelihoods for the sustainable management of the forests and waters of the Amazon. This commitment builds on a history of partnership with indigenous peoples through previous regional programs. Our projects are aligned with USAID's Policy on Promoting the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

 

Objetivu:

Tabela Organizasaun Sosiedade Sivíl Sustentavél (CSOSI) nia relatoriu anuál ko’alia konaba haforsa no viabilidade tomak ba sosiedade sivíl iha nasaun barak ne’ebé sira kobre. Iha 1997, USAID públika area primeiru ba hare mak CSOSI hare iha Eropa no rejiaun Eurasia.

Lokalidade: 

Munisipiu Dili

Parseiru:

FH1360 and NGO Belun

Atividade Aselera Dezenvolvimentu Aquakultura iha Timor-Leste ajuda hadi’a moris no nutrisaun liu husi hasa’e produsaun no konsumu ikan iha Timor-Leste bainhira promove kadeia fornesimentu ikan ne’ebé sustentavél.  

The Liberia Forestry Training Institute (FTI) has been the main technical and field-based training program for mid-level forest and natural resource management technicians in Liberia and across the Mano River Union.  FTI is a two-year, post-secondary school based in Tubmanburg, Liberia offering programs in wood science, mechanics, and forest ranger technical areas.  The forest ranger program currently offers courses focused on commercial and community forestry.

The Rural Liquidity and Financial Inclusion in Liberia (RLFIL) activity is designed to increase access to critical liquidity and banking services in financially underserved areas of Liberia. The country’s financial and banking services are concentrated in Monrovia, which makes it difficult, time consuming, and expensive for many Liberians to meet basic financial needs such as accessing cash, receiving salary payments, and obtaining a loan.

The Liberia Economic Policy Dialogue Activity (LEPDA) is USAID's four-year technical assistance, capacity development, and grants project that works with the Government of Liberia and Civil Society to foster self-reliance by spurring private sector-led economic expansion.

Региональный проект USAID по водным ресурсам и окружающей среде укрепляет сотрудничество стран Центральной Азии в области водных ресурсов в целях повышения стабильности, экономического процветания и здоровых экосистем.

Working hand in hand with the Government of Iraq, economic and civil society leaders, and vulnerable communities, USAID is helping to pull households out of poverty and promote long-term economic growth by diversifying and strengthening the Iraqi private sector and improving the business investment climate.

The Public Sector Modernization Project (PSMP) intends to improve pay and performance management in seven participating ministries and strengthen payroll management in the Liberian Civil Service. The project has three main components namely: (a) Improved Pay Management; (b) Strengthened Payroll Management; and (c) Improved Performance. The project is funded through a Multi-Donor Trust fund from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Swedish Embassy and the International Development Agency (IDA) of the World Bank.

The Community Dialogue for Conflict Mitigation and Reconciliation (CDRP) activity is a 36-month initiative addressing (potential) violent behavior, reconciling differences, and promoting greater understanding and mutual trust in communities in Montserrado (Paynesville, Todee), Bomi (Tubmanburg), Bong (Gbarnga & Totota), Nimba (Sanniquellie), Grand Gedeh (Zwedru) and Lofa (Foya) Counties, by implementing community-based sociotherapy (CBS). CDRP activities target 15,976 men, women, and youth, to

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Last updated: March 03, 2021

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