The Health Policy Plus Project aims to improve the enabling environment for equitable and sustainable health services, supplies, and delivery systems through policy development and implementation, with an emphasis on voluntary, rights-based health programs, and by strengthening in-country partners’ capacity to navigate complex environments for effective policy design, implementation, and financing aligned to their priorities.
The HIV Sustainability and Human Rights for Central America project promotes gender equality, with specific cross-cutting focus on gender sensitivity and understanding.
Working with stakeholders to improve adolescent and youth health care in El Salvador.
The USAID-funded Z-CHPP, led by Pact Inc., is designed to increase the adoption of high impact HIV services and protective behaviors among at-risk populations including adolescent girls, young women, people living with HIV, discordant couples, migrant workers, and other high-risk groups.
Children and youth will realize their right to safe, reliable, and affordable drinking water supplies; to hygienic sanitation; and to live in a clean environment.
The HSS+ project aims to improve the performance of the health system by alleviating barriers to quality health services, and focusing on financing and health governance, in Senegal.
The S4H project works to strengthen vital health systems building blocks, while mobilizing communities for Community-based Health Planning and Services facilities, strategic behavior change communication, and targeted demand generation to maximize service delivery coverage.
Nilinde project worked to support at-risk children in Kenya by focusing on improving the welfare and protection of the most vulnerable households affected by HIV in Nairobi and Coast Counties.
The One Community project (OC) focuses on building strong HIV-competent communities, families, and individuals in Malawi.
We work together to support survivors of child trafficking in Burkina Faso.
Youth & Economic Empowerment
A2H aims to improve adolescent sexual and reproductive health and family planning knowledge in Bangladesh.
The SAFE Seas project is combating labor exploitation on fishing vessels in Indonesia and Bangladesh.
The Mitra Kunci project improves access to quality workforce development programs for vulnerable Indonesian youth.
The Empowering Women and Youth Through Graduation and Financial Inclusion project aims to increase government responsiveness to and facilitate sustainable livelihood development for the ultra-poor.
The Fostering Accountability in Recruitment for Fishery Works project in Thailand aims to contribute to a fair global playing field by engaging with the private sector to reduce forced labor and human trafficking in the fishing and seafood processing sectors.
Plan International and JP Morgan are providing out-of-school youth in Indonesia with valuable Information Technology skills and employment opportunities.
The USAID Workers Wellness Alliance is working in partnership with the government and the private sector to integrate an industrial park into a host community and support female factory workers. The project is based in Ethiopia.
The USAID Bridges to Employment project, led by DAI and in partnership with Plan International and JBS International, aims to link over 20,000 at-risk youth to basic social resources of work, knowledge, security, and social capital to foster social inclusion through employment opportunities.