USAID is committed to international development through multiple mechanisms - from delivering humanitarian assistance to research on development strategies and programming. These many arenas of USAID’s work produce diverse results. The following resource portals showcase USAID’s research and work across a variety of initiatives and programs.
Workforce Connections promotes evidence-based learning and peer-to-peer knowledge exchange, with the goal of improving the capacity of USAID and its industry partners to deliver quality workforce development programming.
The USAID Land Tenure and Property Rights Portal
The USAID Land Tenure and Property Rights (LTPR) Portal is a knowledge resource that emphasizes the importance of secure land tenure and property rights to a variety of international development goals. It features information on current and completed projects, research, tools, and articles.
Sustainable Water and Sanitation in Africa (SUWASA)
Sustainable Water and Sanitation in Africa (SUWASA) – learn about projects, check-out the resource center, and subscribe to the e-newsletter.
Sustainable Coastal Communities and Ecosystems (SUCCESS)
Website for SUCCESS archives all assessments, technical reports, success stories, and lessons learned. Also documents from previously funded field sites, as well as current global cross-cutting portfolio agenda.
This site is a joint NASA-USAID geospatial information platform. SERVIR is a global network of regional partners dedicated to environmental management through the integration of Earth observations and geospatial technologies. We create new tools for use by stakeholders in developing countries to improve environmental management and resilience to climate change. Since its inception in 2004, SERVIR has helped decision makers in SERVIR hub regions improve monitoring and forecasting of water and air quality, extreme weather, biodiversity changes, land cover changes, and more.
Options for providing reliable electricity to health facilities in developing countries
Powering Agriculture Grand Challenge
Powering Agriculture Grand Challenge Website.
OpenEnergy Info (OpenEI)
Clean energy information, data and other resources.
Natural Resources Management Portal
Mechanism for dissemination of natural resources managment information
Microenterprise web portal
Making Cities Work
Supports knowledge sharing on urban issues
Global Water for Sustainability (GLOWS)
Website for GLOWS archives field studies, success stories, and program highlights.
Global Reading Network
The Global Reading Network is a network comprised of governments, practitioners, civil society organizations, teachers associations, academics, funders, UN agencies, and other stakeholders committed to improving reading outcomes for primary grade children across the globe.
From September 2011 to March of 2012, USAID, in partnership with the Ad Council, ran the FWD (Famine.War.Drought) Campaign to raise awareness of the more than 13.3 million people in crisis in the Horn of Africa.
FRAME - Natural Resource Management Communities
FRAME is a peer-to-peer network of Natural Resource Management practitioners, facilitating knowledge transfer and relationships building, enabling members to grow best practices around development challenges.
Education Quality Improvement Program (EQUIP)
- Measuring and Improving Learning for All
- Sustaining and Scaling-up Change
- Youth, Gender and Conflict
Education in Crisis and Conflict Network
A community of practice composed of USAID staff, implementing partners and other stakeholders working to improve equitable access to education in the world’s crisis and conflict affected environments.
Ed Data II
Data for basic education policy and program planning.
Economic Growth and Trade Portal
All Children Reading
All Children Reading Grand Challenge Website.
The goal of the partnership is to encourage effective climate change adaptation by serving as an interim platform to catalyze action and foster communication among the various institutions and actors engaged in the effort to scale up adaptation and resilience around the world.
Adaptation Learning Mechanism (ALM)
The ALM represents a collaborative, global learning process, with leadership, facilitation and strong participation by Southern institutions. Seeking to provide stakeholders with a common platform for sharing and learning, the ALM bridges knowledge gaps by bringing relevant knowledge and stakeholders together to exchange information, experiences, and expertise.
2011 CSO Sustainability Index for Sub-Saharan Africa
Last updated: February 26, 2016