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EQUIP II was a follow-on program to the EQUIP I. The EQUIP II program was designed to: (1) increase access to schooling from Grades 1­12; (2) strengthen the capacity of communities to better manage teaching learning activities; (3) promote institutionalized district-based teacher training activities nationwide; and (4) prioritize education for girls through a household scholarship scheme and the provision of high school teachers in under­served schools.

USAID’s CBA supports the Afghan Ministry of Education (MoE) to achieve the goals of its third National Education Strategic Plan by helping build its capacity to deliver higher quality education services to the Afghan people, and to increase transparency and accountability of national and subnational MoE systems.

Проект «Достоинство и права» направлен на защиту мигрантов и потенциальных мигрантов от рисков торговли людьми и других серьезных нарушений прав человека. Проект также оказывает помощь тем, кто был лишен возможности на безопасное возвращение домой и восстановление своей жизни.

«Адамдын укугу жана кадыр-баркы» долбоору мигранттарды жана потенциалдуу мигранттарды адам сатуу жана башка олуттуу адам укуктарын бузуудан коргоо үчүн багытталган. Ошондой эле долбоор үйүнө коопсуз кайтып келүүгө жана жашоосун калыбына келтирүүгө болгон мүмкүнчүлүктөрдү пайдалана албаган адамдарга жардам берет.   

On April 25, Tropical Cyclone Kenneth made landfall over Mozambique’s Quissanga district, Cabo Delgado Province, with winds estimated at 140 miles per hour. As of April 30, Tropical Cyclone Kenneth had caused at least 41 deaths and affected approximately 190,000 people in the country’s Cabo Delgado and Nampula provinces, according to the UN. On April 26, U.S. Ambassador to Mozambique Dennis W. Hearne declared a disaster due to the effects of Tropical Cyclone Kenneth in Mozambique. In response, the USAID Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) in Mozambique is conducting assessments and supporting response activities in coordination with the Government of Mozambique (GRM) and humanitarian partners.

The Dignity and Rights project is designed to protect migrants and potential migrants from human trafficking and other grave human rights violations. It also helps those who have been taken advantage of to safely return home and rebuild their lives.   

USAID’s Acquisition and Assistance (A&A) Strategy, announced in December 2018, provides guiding principles for partnering and procurement that will support the Journey to Self-Reliance by meeting individual countries on their own terms and by empowering USAID’s partners to produce results-driven solutions. Building on the many creative and entrepreneurial approaches we are developing, the Agency is moving beyond our traditional partnering approaches toward greater collaboration, co-design, and co-financing.

The New Partnerships Initiative (NPI) will help operationalize this vision and catalyze new approaches outlined in the USAID A&A Strategy and the broad priorities of the forthcoming implementation plan for Effective Partnering and Procurement Reform (EPPR) under the Agency’s Transformation. NPI also builds on USAID’s Policy Framework announced by Administrator Green on April 11, 2019. The focus of all of these efforts is on helping governments, civil society, and the private sector make progress on the Journey to Self-Reliance, achieve sustainable and resilient results, and create more-effective partnerships for impact. Under the Administrator’s direction, USAID is placing a new emphasis on adaptive partnering (designing, procuring, and managing awards).

USAID announces more than $6.8 million in additional funding for the Tropical Cyclone Idai response. Health actors report more than 6,600 cholera cases; daily number of new cholera cases continues to decline.

USAID’s Sustaining Health Outcomes Through the Private Sector Plus Activity is USAID’s flagship initiative which supports the Government of Nepal’s goal of increasing access to and use of family planning, HIV/AIDS, and maternal and child health products. The five-year (March 2016 – September 2020), $5 million, activity seeks to improve health outcomes by harnessing the full potential of the private sector and catalyzing lasting public-private engagement.

Программанын алкагында, IRI Кыргыз Республикасынын демократиялык түзүлүшүнүн күчөтүүнү көп партиялуу саясий системаны өнүктүрүү аркылуу, аялдар жана жаштар топторунун арарасынан жаңы лидерлерди саясий процесстерге катышуу жөндөмдөрүн өркүндөтүү, ошондой эле жергиликтүү өз алдынча башкаруу органдарынын ачык-айкындуулугун жана натыйжалуулугун жогорулатуу жолдору менен ишке ашырып келет.


Last updated: July 18, 2019

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