Piloting and sharing approaches to job creation, public financial management, trade and customs, access to finance, enterprise and workforce development, and economic inclusion is promoting economic growth in Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa.
Final Report: Championing Economic Growth Best Practices in Asia and the Middle East – Asia and Middle East Economic Growth Best Practices.
Project Report | September 30, 2017
USAID’s Asia and Middle East Economic Growth Best Practices Project and the bureau’s technical support teams worked to identify country priorities, capture and disseminate best practices, and pilot innovative technologies and approaches to enable more-inclusive economic growth in Asia and the Middle East.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) launched the Asia and Middle East Economic Growth Best Practices (AMEG) project in 2013. A five-year initiative with a shared ceiling of $69 million, AMEG enabled technical support teams in USAID’s Asia and Middle East bureaus to collaborate with USAID missions and operating units to identify and address specific technical and strategic challenges in economic growth programming.