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Where We Work
clients benefiting from financial services as of 2020
people with improved capacity to adapt to climate variability and change as of 2020
children served as of 2020
Bolstering Jordan’s Water Sector Governance
The Water Governance Activity in Jordan works alongside Jordan's Ministry of Water and Irrigation to promote sustainable water governance, and increase water security in the country.
Growing Uganda’s Investment Ecosystem
The USAID Uganda Strategic Investment Activity strives to improve the livelihoods of underrepresented and marginalized people by accelerating private investment in the country’s agriculture, health, and energy sectors.
Integrating a Fresh Approach to Conservation in Bangladesh
The USAID Bangladesh Ecosystems/Protibesh Activity aims to conserve ecosystems by transforming ecosystem co-management and supporting communities, the government, and the private sector to fulfill their conservation roles.
Combating Wildlife Crime Through a Role-Playing Game in South Africa
Wildlife crime in southern Africa is no game. But a new role-playing game may be the key to fostering cooperation between nature reserves and nearby communities to combat poaching and trafficking.
Private Vendor Competition Strengthens Angola’s Malaria Supply Chain
In Angola, we found a way to strengthen health supply chains, even amid the COVID-19 pandemic, by introducing a new contract mechanism that enhanced competitive pricing for lifesaving malaria commodities.
Namibian Farmers Fight Effects of Climate Change with Conservation Agriculture
Climate change is devastating crops and livelihoods in Namibia's Kavango region. Conservation agriculture offers farmers hope and the ability to mitigate the impact of an uncertain, changing environment.
How Chemonics Is Mobilizing Finance for Development
USAID is putting self-reliance at the core of its strategy to help countries achieve and finance their own development objectives and thereby end their need for foreign assistance. To finance self-reliance, countries will need systems that mobilize and spend public resources efficiently, enabling environments that allow the private sector to thrive, and diverse and well-regulated […]
3 Questions with Kouteba Al-Khalil on Creating Safe Education Systems for Syrian Girls
The challenge of protecting Syrian schoolchildren predates the ongoing, decade-long war. Before the start of the conflict in 2011, safeguarding practices were rare and legal frameworks non-existent. Physical and psychological abuse as forms of discipline were, sadly, commonplace. In many Syrian schools, these problems persist. In fact, over a decade of intense conflict has exacerbated […]
Leveraging Private Sector Approaches to Enable Patient-Centric Supply Chains
Health commodity supply chains begin and end with patients. Patient-centered supply chains ensure that patients have timely access to quality, affordable medicines when and where they need them. To achieve this, patient-centered supply chains leverage information to understand patient behavior, make informed decisions about inventory needs, and ensure positive outcomes. Understanding disease trends, patient product consumption patterns, and patterns in health […]