USAID//Ethiopia Mission and Virginia Tech implement AMAREW Project to contribute to the overall efforts of the Amhara National Regional State (ANRS) in increasing rural household income, thereby improving food security.
USAID/Guinea has invested 57 million dollars for the implementation of its strategy for the current planning cycle. At the beginning of this period, access to primary education had already begun to rapidly increase, but instruction was marked by low quality levels and a weak capacity for system-wide planning.
In our recommendations to USAID/Benin, we propose activities in eight areas: 1) teacher training; 2) curriculum; 3) student assessment; 4) linkage between primary and secondary schools; 5) system management, emphasizing decentralization and communication; 6) community development; 7) equity; and 8) HIV/AIDS education.
This report provides the findings from a Washington-based final program evaluation carried out during August-October, 2005.
The purpose of the current five-year Matching Grant (MG) program is to expand the quality and reach of integrated microfinance and life-skills training services to serve 200,000 clients in the Philippines and West Africa.
This OFDA program provided emergency relief to drought victims in Ethiopia, and at the same time explored new/different approaches to seed relief. Using the grassroots approach, it had a significant impact on beneficiaries who were extremely vulnerable...
The overall conclusions are that ExpoLink has achieved its major goals of providing valuable services to private sector companies in promoting Egyptian exports in key sectors.
Action Communautaire pour l’Education des filles (ACEF) est un projet de quatre ans dont l’objectif est de promouvoir l’éducation des filles au Bénin, dans les écoles situées en zones rurales en stimulant la participation des communautés à l’éducation de leurs enfants.
The External Evaluation Panel (EEP) of the Peanut Collaborative Research Support Program (CRSP) has reviewed the program’s achievements and impact, focusing on the last five years.
This report presents an independent assessment of Promoting Higher Education Partnerships for Global Development, a program financed by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by the Association Liaison Office (ALO) for University Cooperation in Development.