A Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) defines how a Mission will further the goal of ending the need for foreign assistance in a given country by articulating how and where it will build self-reliance with the country partner.
This module is a new learning resource developed by the USAID Climate Ready Project to enhance the Project Management Practice certificate course it is delivering across the Pacific in partnership with University of the South Pacific Technical and Further Education.
In response to growing demand from countries seeking support for increased electric vehicle (EV) deployment to bolster climate change objectives, the USAID-NREL Partnership has developed several different projects aimed at streamlining development of EV charging infrastructure, workforce training, and grid management, which build upon the recently launched global Greening the Grid EV Toolkit.
Although the village fund is one component that is expected to push local potential and accelerate economic development in the villages, the impact from the development is dependent on how pre- pared the village officials are in utilizing the funds.
River Tubing – a recreational activity where an in- dividual rides on top of an inner tube down the river – is a well-known recreational attraction in Agusen Village, Blangkejeren District, Gayo Lues Regency.
The purpose of this brief is to document the lessons learned from the Forest Management Unit (FMU) strengthening activities in three USAID LESTARI partner provinces – Aceh, Central Kalimantan and Papua.
This lesson learned technical brief describes village spatial and development planning, forest and natural resource management, and monitoring and evaluation that contributed to effective collaborative management of Papua’s forests.
USAID LESTARI partners with the Government of Indonesia (GOI) to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and conserve biodiversity in carbon rich and biologically significant forest and mangrove ecosystems.