Private Vendor Competition Strengthens Angola’s Malaria Supply Chain
July 14, 2021
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.
Digital Revolution: The Future of Higher Education in Liberia
June 28, 2021
After decades of instability, how can Liberia build a 21st-century learning environment for its higher education institutions?
Namibian Farmers Fight Effects of Climate Change with Conservation Agriculture
May 4, 2021
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.
Breaking Financial Barriers to Education in the DRC
April 6, 2021
In the DRC, many parents struggled to pay school fees for their children's education. ACCELERE!1 leveraged existing cultural traditions to help families earn and save money to keep kids learning.
Investing in Tomorrow’s Supply Chain by Empowering Youth in Benin
February 24, 2021
The USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Technical Assistance (GHSC-TA) Francophone Task Order's Young Logisticians Professionals Program is creating a health supply chain support system in Benin and career opportunities for a new generation of supply chain professionals.
Playing Matchmaker for Farmers and Buyers in Georgia
December 29, 2020
Georgian farmers struggled to sell crops to large-scale buyers. But a new matchmaking app connects farmers to buyers in the hospitality industry for bountiful results.
Approaching 95-95-95 HIV/AIDS Goals by Focusing on Patients
November 30, 2020
Ensuring adherence to HIV treatment can significantly improve the quality of life for people living with HIV. A patient-centric treatment approach is successfully reducing the burden and helping the global health community maintain the progress made to end AIDS by 2030 during COVID-19.
Cracking the Case to Strengthen Haiti’s Judicial System
October 28, 2020
Disorganized systems hindered the Haitian judiciary’s ability to effectively manage cases and curb corruption. USAID's Justice Sector Strengthening Program created a system to give judicial stakeholders the tools they need to help restore efficiency and build public confidence in the country's judiciary.
Private Partnership Paves the Way to Better Health in Nigeria
October 12, 2020
Engaging private sector partners in Nigeria’s lab sample network has strengthened the country’s efforts to eliminate HIV/AIDS and made its global health supply chain more resilient in the face of COVID-19.
Door-to-Door Malaria Awareness in Mozambique
August 25, 2020
Acting together to end malaria requires a vast awareness-building campaign. Community leaders in rural Mozambique are fighting misinformation on the ground – one household at a time.
Relief Is Just an App Away in the Philippines
August 13, 2020
How does a country with a cash-based economy quickly provide subsidies during the COVID-19 pandemic and economic slowdown? In the Philippines, the government and the USAID E-PESO activity have collaborated with the private sector to create an app that provides fast financial relief to millions of people.
COVID-19 and Conflict: Keeping Syrian Children Learning Between Crises
June 16, 2020
First, the Syrian Crisis forced children out of school. Then COVID-19 hit. Find out how Chemonics’ Manahel project is harnessing online platforms to keep children learning and minimize disruptions to their education.