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The USAID Eliminating Tuberculosis in Central Asia project reduces the burden of tuberculosis (TB) in Central Asia by building local and regional capacity to improve the detection and treatment of drug-resistant TB (DR-TB).

Almost two-thirds of the Jordanian population is under the age of thirty, offering enormous potential for the country to benefit from a “demographic dividend.” As the share of working-age people grows in comparison to very old or young segments of the population, they can act as energetic agents of change in their countries and communities and propel economic growth. However, in order to do so, they have to be equipped with the knowledge, resources, and opportunities they need to succeed.

The USAID Legal Reform Program supports Uzbekistan’s efforts to ensure further development of rule of law principles, build the capacity of legal professionals and training institutions, enhance citizens’ access to justice, improve the legal operating environment for civil society, promote gender equality, and create a healthier investment climate. USAID partners with the Ministry of Justice, Chamber of Advocates, Academy of the General Prosecutor’s Office, Uzbekistan’s Higher Education Institutions, and key actors in civil society to meet these objectives.

The USAID International Food Relief Partnership (IFRP) program in the Republic of Uzbekistan is a sub-program of the Title II U.S. food assistance program, USAID Food for Peace, that supports the production, transportation, delivery and distribution of shelf-stable, fortified and prepackaged foods to reduce hunger and malnutrition, and ensure that all individuals have adequate, safe and nutritious food to support a healthy and productive life.

In response to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, the U.S. Department of State (DoS) and USAID continue to announce emergency funding to assist the world’s most vulnerable countries in fighting the outbreak.

The Plastics Upcycling Alliance is helping to improve the natural beauty of Timor-Leste and health and safety of its people by creating and growing a plastics recycling industry. Like many countries around the world, Timor-Leste faces the urgent challenge of finding waste management solutions for plastic. Plastic is burned in rubbish piles, clogs critical drainage infrastructure or washes up on the country’s once pristine beaches. This creates risks to human health and safety and jeopardizes growth potential for the nascent but promising tourism industry.

Проект «Партнерство для инноваций», финансируемый Агентством США по международному развитию (USAID), направлен на укрепление организаций гражданского общества в Центральной Азии с целью их более эффективного взаимодействия с органами государственного управления  на местном и национальном уровнях для продвижения благоприятных изменений и улучшения качества жизни населения во всем регионе. Проект с бюджетом в 4,9 миллионов долларов осуществляется Ассоциацией Развития Гражданского Общества - АРГО в Азербайджане, Казахстане, Кыргызской Республике, Таджикистане, Туркменистане и в Узбекистане (сроки реализации проекта: сентябрь 2016 г. - сентябрь 2020 г.)

Центральноазиатская Программа MediaCAMP с бюджетом в 15 миллионов долларов, финансируемая Агентством США по международному развитию (USAID) и осуществляемая Internews, направлена на развитие более сбалансированной информационной среды в Казахстане, Таджикистане и Узбекистане. Это, в свою очередь, обучит граждан этих стран открытости к обмену идеями, разными мнениями и точками зрения, и увеличит количество людей, активно участвующих в жизни общества.

Avansa Senáriu Liña Telekomunikasaun Autónomu iha Timor-Leste (ATLATL) sosa ho millaun $3.0 ne’ebé hetan fundu husi Parseria Konektividade Dijitál no Seguransa Sibernétika (PKDS-DCCP) liu husi misaun USAID/Timor-Leste. Timor-Leste nia rekursu naturáis ne’ebé signifikante no area estratéjia iha rejiaun indo-pasífiku ne’ebé atrai nasaun sai hanesan tarjetu ba esplorasaun no ataka sibernétika husi autór naun demokrátiku. Setór indústria ne’ebé uluk dezenvolve Informasaun no teknolojia komunikasaun mós reprezenta hanoin importante balu konaba oportunidade ba kreximentu ekonomia no futuru investimentu.

The Plastics Upcycling Alliance is helping to improve the natural beauty of Timor-Leste and health and safety of its people by creating and growing a plastics recycling industry. Like many countries around the world, Timor-Leste faces the urgent challenge of finding waste management solutions for plastic. Plastic is burned in rubbish piles, clogs critical drainage infrastructure or washes up on the country’s once pristine beaches. This creates risks to human health and safety and jeopardizes growth potential for the nascent but promising tourism industry.

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Last updated: May 27, 2020

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