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The Resiliency in Northern Ghana (RING) program is a five-year, $60 million, Feed the Future program that seeks to reduce household poverty and malnutrition in 17 districts in Northern Ghana. The program delivers a variety of activities through local District Assemblies in the following technical areas: agriculture,...
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The USAID Promoting Tanzania's Environment, Conservation, and Tourism Activity (USAID PROTECT) addresses dynamics that threaten biodiversity conservation and inhibit private sector-led growth in the natural resources sector. After two years of implementation, it became clear that the Activity's original Theory of Change...
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USAID/Mozambique’s biodiversity conservation programming aims to accelerate economic growth through improved natural resources management. The Mission works with the Mozambican government and the private sector to conserve biodiversity and benefit local people in two of the country’s most important conservation areas:...
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This case concerns the USAID-funded, Feed the Future Zambia Mawa Project (2012-2017), implemented in the Eastern Province of Zambia. The project was designed to positively impact upon agriculture and nutrition involving interventions in: farming; savings and loans; maternal, infant and young child feeding and care...
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Midway through a five-year, $10 million cooperative agreement to increase the incomes of small producers, and with mounting concerns about project performance, USAID/Paraguay conducted an external assessment to identify opportunities for improvement. Given our very limited resources, innovation is always key. Knowing...
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Watch an interview with this activity's Contracting Officer's Representative William Baldridge:Tunisia faces a youth bulge and youth unemployment is more than 30% (and nearly 50% among college graduates). The USAID Business Reform and Competitiveness Project was a three-year job creation activity that targeted key...
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| By Jim Defay