BAP is the third phase of a 10-year agricultural development project that evolved through a pilot phase focused on community development and food security, to a second phase focused on increasing surpluses and connecting farmers to markets, to a t
The $127 million WINNER project, implemented by Chemonics International, began in June 2009 and was originally designed to protect watersheds by preserving hillsides, stabilizing waterways, and building non-farm livelihoods options.
USAID’s Supporting the Policy Environment for Economic Development (SPEED+) project will provide expert technical services to the Government of Mozambique to support economic and structural reform in the areas of agriculture, trade, business
Securing Water for Food (SWFF) taps the transformative power of science and technology and the ingenuity of experts across a broad range of disciplines to bring scalable, affordable, and breakthrough solutions to the developing world that promote
This is a report on the mid-term evaluation of two inter-related water activities funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and managed by USAID’s Middle East Bureau/Technical Services (ME/TS) out of Washington
Nepal Flood Recovery Program (NFRP) is an USAID/Nepal initiative to respond to substantial damage caused by heavy flooding of 2007 and 2008 in a number of Terai districts of Nepal. The implementation work began in May 2008 through FINTRAC Inc.
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) was awarded an Institutional Capacity Building (ICB) Grant on September 30, 2003 to strengthen core management of Title II programs, support technical innovation and best practices, and improve collaboration in order