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The Local Health System Sustainability (LHSS) Activity, Comunidades Saludables in Spanish, strengthens the Colombia health system by working with the government of Colombia (GOC) to provide sustainably financed, high-quality health services to Venezuelan migrants, Colombian returnees, and receptor communities. LHSS also increases the Colombian health system’s capacity to respond to current and future shocks, including the COVID-19 pandemic.

Funded by USAID and the World Food Programme (WFP), this project provides support to the Government of Tajikistan to address the root causes of malnutrition and strengthen its capacity to sustainably manage nutrition interventions in the country. It contributes to the Government’s progress on Sustainable Development Goals 2 (Zero Hunger), by providing access to appropriate nutritional support and health care in targeted rural areas.

USAID is improving gender equality in Southeast Asia’s energy sector to advance women’s economic empowerment and strengthen energy institutions in line with the U.S. government’s Women Global Development and Prosperity Initiative.

USAID’s Rural and Economic Development Office (RED) brings new economic opportunities to rural regions in Colombia.

Проект USAID “Мыкты азыктануу” работает над улучшением питания среди женщин репродуктивного возраста (15–49 лет) и детей до 5 лет, с особым акцентом на 1000-дневное “окно возможностей”.

USAIDдин «Мыкты азыктануу» долбоору репродуктивдүү курактагы (15-49 жаш) аялдардын жана беш жашка чейинки балдардын толук кандуу тамактануусун жакшыртуу боюнча иш алып барат. Бул иште жаш балдардын жашоосундагы биринчи 1000 күндүк «мүмкүнчүлүктөр терезесине» өзгөчө көңүл бурулат.

USAID Advancing Nutrition is USAID’s flagship multi-sectoral nutrition project seeking to improve the nutritional status and health of vulnerable populations around the globe.

USAID’s Peacebuilding and Governance Office (PBG) works with civil society, private sector actors and the Government of Colombia (GOC) to extend sustainable peace and effective state presence to conflict-affected communities.

The Inclusion for Peace Activity (IPA) fosters indigenous and Afro-Colombian communities’ social and economic inclusion. 

The Youth Resilience Activity is USAID/Colombia’s first activity to focus entirely on youth.  The activity empowers youth to become positive change agents in their communities and uses a holistic approach to change that involves families, schools, communities, public institutions, civil society organizations (CSOs), faith-based organizations (FBOs), and the private sector. 

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Last updated: April 16, 2021

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