The objective of the Libya PFM Activity is to deliver technical assistance to develop modern public financial management practices in Libya at the national and sub-national levels, as well as to address reintegration concerns through implementing workforce development capacity building for national and municipal level counterparts and organizations.
Objective: To release the unrecognized economic potential of women’s entrepreneurship and thereby contribute to Libya’s economic growth and political stability.
PAHAL is a five-year, $37 million project that seeks to strengthen livelihoods, improve nutritional status, and increase the capacity of vulnerable households to mitigate, adapt to, and recover from shocks and stresses in rural communities.
USAID’s Health for Life project strengthens the Government of Nepal’s capacity to plan, manage, and deliver high-quality family planning and maternal, newborn and child health services.
USAID/Colombia and leading social investor Acumen established the Investing for Peace Fund, aimed at attracting private investment to conflict affected regions. This initiative, which is Acumen's first-ever agreement with USAID, seeks to invest in pioneering enterprises that operate in conflict-affected municipalities of Colombia to generate wealth, employment and improved incomes for the rural poor. The program will deploy $4 million in financing to for-profit social enterprises that are addressing issues of extreme and multidimensional poverty. The fund will also support enterprises with targeted technical assistance to increase the likelihood of success as they scale up. As a result, USAID/Colombia expects eight investments that will directly impact at least 1,500 households (approximately 6,000 people).
USG announces nearly $155 million in additional humanitarian assistance for displaced and conflict-affected Iraqis in Iraq and surrounding countries. UNDP continues planning for a potential breach of the Mosul Dam in coordination with the GoI.
The goal of USAID/REVE is to eliminate the vulnerabilities associated with HIV for Persons Living with HIV (PLHIV), Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) and adolescent girls in Côte d’Ivoire by building the capacity among the beneficiaries, the governmental and community institutions to provide appropriate care, and economic and social support for OVC.
With the support of USAID, the Ivoirian Government is making significant strides rebuilding the rule of law and restoring public confidence in the justice sector after years of unrest and stagnation. In particular, the USAID-funded Justice Sector Support Program (“ProJustice”) is carrying out intensive capacity building activities such as nationwide joint trainings of prosecutors, investigating judges, and judicial police officers (JPOs). The result has been improved communication, cooperation, and effectiveness of investigations, prosecutions, and court cases
When HIV treatment lapses, opportunistic infections and illnesses can arise, posing a real threat to patients' health. Tuberculosis (TB) is one such infection and the fifth most common cause of death in Côte d’Ivoire. While all health facilities treating HIV and AIDS patients in Côte d’Ivoire should also regularly screen for TB, this is often not the case due to a lack of resources.
The crisis that erupted after the contested 2010 presidential election results in Côte d’Ivoire left the country deeply divided, with over 3,000 people dead and great doubt about a the prospect of future peaceful elections and transitions of power. After the 2010 crisis, anxiety about the 2015 election lingered and affected the thinking of many about what it would mean for Côte d’Ivoire. Would it reignite the recent conflict? Would the election be fair and transparent with credible results – both in perception and in actuality? These are the reasons why the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) partnered with the Consortium for Elections and Political Process Strengthening (CEPPS) and 14 civil society organizations to form an independent platform to provide outside verification of the credibility of the election outcome.
Last updated: April 28, 2016