The Juan Manuel Gálvez Hospital in Gracias, Lempira, receives supplies. Photo from USAID/Honduras Local Governance Activity.
Delivered $126,000 worth of sanitation and medical supplies to health providers, hospitals, shelters, and youth groups in 41 municipalities of western Honduras.
Partnered with the Indonesian Midwives Association to virtually train 2,747 community health workers to support newborn and maternal health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
USAID is helping Uzbekistan’s farmers, like this melon producer, access international markets.
Helped Egypt launch a social media campaign—that received 3 million views in its first week—to encourage a private sector response to COVID-19.
Published a manual to help farmers and firms receive GLOBALG.A.P. certification, which allows them to meet the quality and safety requirements to sell produce to global markets at premium prices.
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Community groups help manage and protect Nepal’s rivers.
Supported Community Aquatic Animal Conservation Groups as they protect aquatic biodiversity and freshwater resources by regulating destructive practices.
Unveiled USAID BRIDGE’s capstone project, Conservation is Development, which contains tools and evidence for cross-sectoral approaches to biodiversity conservation.
A meter reader with a USAID-supported water utility checks a consumer’s water point.
Photo credit: Euphresia Luseka/KIWASH.
Mapped infrastructure projects and water service providers in nine counties to refocus on containing the spread of COVID-19 and flood recovery.
Began a food support operation to benefit 800 migrant families and reduce the economic and social repercussions of COVID-19.
A Panjshir Valley miner uses traditional techniques. Photo: USAID INVEST
Supported the opening of Afghanistan’s first gemstone certification lab, which will improve profits for Afghan miners and traders.
Worked with the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development to launch an online permitting and enforcement management system, speeding up application processes for wildlife activities.
Nigerian midwifery students access e-learning through the U.K.-funded W4H project.
Surveying European companies in Cameroon for the EU Delegation to map firms’ presence, measure the impact of COVID-19, and lay foundations for a European business organization.
Assisting the government’s COVID-19 response by helping the Nigerian Nursing and Midwifery Council set up an e-learning platform for students.
Kontakt, an eastern Ukraine company, repaired old ventilators to address a national shortage.
Assisted an eastern Ukraine enterprise to redirect its gas equipment operations to repairing and designing ventilators for COVID-19 patients.
The Ministry of Education approved a Master of Public Administration curriculum developed by the Academy of Civil Service and the EU-funded Public Administration Capacity Building Project.