Final Report: USAID Regional Program for the Management of Aquatic Resources and Economic Alternatives

The USAID Regional Program for the Management of Aquatic Resources and Economic Alternatives strengthened coastal-marine resource management and biodiversity conservation while improving the livelihoods of local populations.
Resource - Project Report

The First Seven: Women Leadership in Tajikistan’s New Generation of Appraisers

With the support of the Feed the Future Tajikistan Land Market Development Activity, the first women were hired for the Tajikistan’s Association of Independent Appraisers.
Resource - Project Success Story

Workplace Obstacles for Women in Government in Afghanistan: Analysis and Recommendations

This 2018 report identifies key barriers to women’s participation in the Afghan civil service and demonstrates the progress of government institutions over time as they have realized their commitment to gender empowerment and equity.
Resource - Project Report

Workplace Obstacles for Women in Government in Afghanistan Workplace Obstacles: Analysis and Recommendations (2016)

This 2016 report analyzes the obstacles that limit women from working within the government, such as policy, regulations, culture, and adequate infrastructure. Further, it provides recommendations for establishing equitable work environments for women by integrating the perspectives of female and male government employees, students, and representatives of civil society organizations
Resource - Project Report

Women in Government Partnership Assessment

To support the PROMOTE: Women in Government project objectives, this partnership assessment was conducted to evaluate the mandate, political will, capacity, resources, system and processes of the potential government partners from the Afghan ministries and provide recommendations based on findings.
Resource - Project Report

Women in Government Gender Analysis Report

To support the PROMOTE: Women in Government objectives, the project conducted a gender analysis to analyze the status of men and women as related to project activities and how local gender norms will shape project design and implementation, and opportunities for male engagement.
Resource - Project Report

Defining and Advancing a Gender-Competent Family Planning Service Provider: Competency Framework and eLearning Course

HRH2030 and USAID’s Office of Population and Reproductive Health developed a global gender-competency framework and eLearning for family planning service providers to improve gender-awareness in health workers.
Resource - Toolkit

Early Grade Reading Achievement and Context in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: Findings and Recommendations

This Technical Brief describes the challenges of access to education faced by Congolese early grade students. It covers the issues of the quality of education, the solutions implemented by the ACCELERE! project to help address the challenges identified, the lessons learned from the project, and the recommendations for future programming.
Resource - Technical Brief

Measuring the Adoption of Nutrition and Sanitation Practices for Sustained Behavior Change

The USAID Feed the Future Tajikistan Agriculture and Water Activity (TAWA) focuses on raising the incomes of rural women by engaging them directly in agricultural productivity while also boosting awareness of better nutrition and sanitation behaviors.
Resource - Technical Brief

Books Ensure Continued Education for Children with Disabilities in Tajikistan

With a priority on education for all children, USAID’s Read with Me project incorporates modern pedagogy training focused on inclusive learning for children with disabilities. This is supplemented by in-class and out-of-school reading activities for teachers, students, and parents.
Resource - Project Success Story

Measuring Community Norms Around Women’s Empowerment in the West Bank: Opportunities and Challenges of a Novel Approach Using Cultural Consensus

Understanding cultural norms is essential to achieving development results but can sometimes be difficult. The authors of this paper tested a novel method to monitor and evaluate a USAID justice project in the West Bank, Palestine.
Resource - Paper