Transforming Lives

Every day, all over the world, USAID brings peace to those who endure violence, health to those who struggle with sickness, and prosperity to those who live in poverty. It is these individuals — these uncounted thousands of lives — that are the true measure of USAID’s successes and the true face of USAID's programs.

Октомври 2018 година – Најголемиот дел од училиштата во Македонија не се етнички интегрирани.  Доколку едно училиште се наоѓа во етнички разновидна заедница, тоа најчесто функционира во смени, една наутро и една попладне.  Во секоја смена наставата се одвива на различен наставен јазик.

Децата на иста возраст коишто посетуваат исто училиште, но се од различна етничка припадност може никогаш да немаат можност да комуницираат меѓу себе. Поради ограничениот контакт со деца од друга етничка припадност, учениците имаат предрасуди кон своите врсници од друга етничка припадност.

October 2018 — Most schools in Macedonia are not ethnically integrated. If a school is in an ethnically diverse community, often the school will operate in shifts, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Each shift delivers instruction in a different language.

Children of the same age who attend the same school but are from from different ethnicities might never have the opportunity to interact with one another. With limited exposure to children from other ethnicities, students end up having prejudices about their peers from different ethnic backgrounds.

Malaria is the leading cause of sickness and death in Uganda. Prevention, correct diagnosis and treatment are crucial to reduce malaria cases and mortality as well as lower the risk of resistance to antimalarial medicines and decrease medicine waste and misuse. However, due to inappropriate practices in malaria testing and treatment, many patients are treated incorrectly, receiving unnecessary or wrong medications.

Valentina Ushakova relocated with her family from Lugansk to Kyiv in 2014 after the start of armed hostilities in eastern Ukraine. Like many other internally displaced people, she had to rebuild her life from scratch after leaving her apartment and business

After graduating at the top of her class in Tanzania with a degree in community development, Ummi Shaib expected to find a position in social work. But three years into her job search, she faced rejection after rejection. With employment opportunities seemingly hopeless, and under mounting pressure from her family, Shaib decided to marry so she could “at least have a husband to depend on.”

По потекло  од Битола, мало градче во југозападна Македонија, на седумгодишната Барбара Василевска и беше дијагностицирана атрофија на oчните нерви. Нејзините родители беа многу загрижени за нејзиното образование и се прашуваа дали има соодветно училиште во кое ќе може да посетува настава во нејзиниот град, дали ќе може да се справи без дополнителна поддршка, и дали таа е единственото дете во Битола со овој проблем.

Hailing from Bitola, a small town in southwestern Macedonia, Barbara Vasilevska was diagnosed with eye nerve atrophy at the tender age of 7. Her parents were very concerned about her education prospects and wondered if there was a special school she could go to in her town, if she would be able to cope without additional support, and if she would be one of the only children in Bitola with this problem.

Oumar Guindo used to work as a basic veterinary assistant, helping his supervisor veterinarian, Laya Togo, conduct vaccination campaigns and other livestock treatments in the Mopti region of Mali. Since they did not have a service delivery plan in place for these campaigns, they could not achieve a big success.

The Federation of Fruit Planters of Lower Guinea is composed of 1,052 fruit producers, including 209 women. While pineapple is their main crop, they also produce banana, mango and citrus fruit as well as oil palm and cashew. The federation — whose members are located in the prefectures of Kindia, Forécariah, Coyah, Dubréka, Boffa and Boke — has many resources to aid production: a suitable climate and soils, fertile land, and agronomic research centers located in the region to support further development of the fruit sector.

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Last updated: October 15, 2018