Small Businesses Offer Sri Lanka’s War-Weary a Second Chance at Life
USAID is supporting rural women to improve household nutritional status by boosting the quantity and diversity of diets
USAID support helps promote the products of rural women and link them to markets
Providing people with disabilities access to quality physical rehabilitation services
Thanks to USAID funded household rainwater harvesting tanks rural families in drought prone villages now have access to clean water all year round.
A small scale onion farmer restores his livelihood with assistance from USAID
USAID raises awareness on gender based violence through street drama performances
About Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is an island nation located along major maritime trade routes in the Indian Ocean. Following democratic elections in 2015, the end of 26 years of conflict in 2009 and a decade of recovery from a devastating tsunami in 2004, the country has entered a new era.
Sri Lanka now focuses on strengthening its democracy, promoting reconciliation and fostering sustainable economic growth.
USAID works with the Government and the people of Sri Lanka to help all Sri Lankans benefit from nationwide progress.
DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE SPECIALIST – MONITORING AND EVALUATION AND PROJECT DESIGN
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission to Sri Lanka is seeking an individual for the position of a Development Assistance Specialist – Monitoring and Evaluation and Project Design, at a FSN-11 level, on a 40 hour workweek, in the Office of Program and Policy Support. For more information, please visit here.
Media Empowerment for a Democratic Sri Lanka (MEND)
The United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Mission in Sri Lanka is seeking applications from qualified U.S. and non-U.S. non-governmental organizations (NGOs) for funding of an activity entitled “Media Empowerment for a Democratic Sri Lanka” (MEND). The overall goal of the activity is to improve citizen access to balanced, reliable, and objective news in Sri Lanka. This project will support Sri Lanka’s efforts to solidify recent advances in media freedom and democratic governance. Under this activity, the successful applicant will be responsible for working with media, journalists and editors, media-related commissions and agencies, and relevant organizations that support media, access to information, and media freedom. Click here for more information.
Last updated: March 15, 2017