Jane Kellum, Laura Groggel, Landy Miary Andrianaivosoa, Caroline English, and Holitiana Randrianarimanana. USAID/Madagascar HEARTH Global Development Alliances Gender Analysis: An Analysis of the Gender Advances, Inequities, Constraints, and Opportunities in the Seaweed, Sea Cucumber, Cocoa, and Vanilla Value Chains and the Tourism Sector in Madagascar. Prepared by Banyan Global. 2021.
On June 17, members of USAID’s Women’s Economic Empowerment Community of Practice (CoP) attended a virtual learning event, “Reducing Gender Barriers and Advancing Policies to Expand Women’s Opportunities in the Workforce.” These are resources and key learnings highlighted in the learning event.
This document was produced for review by USAID. It was prepared by Banyan Global for the Women’s Economic Empowerment and Equality Technical Assistance task order under the Advancing the Agenda of Gender Equality (ADVANTAGE) indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) Contract No. AID-OAA-I-14-00050/7200AA18F00018.
Improving Market Partnerships and Access to Commodities Together (IMPACT) Program, 2021
Warren, April, Mignote Haile, Sophie Faye. The Local Health System Sustainability Project (LHSS) under the USAID Integrated Health Systems IDIQ. May 2021. Technical Assistance to USAID’s Inclusive Health Access Prize Winners – Activity Final Report. Rockville, MD: Abt Associates.
Otero Galindo, Pilar. The Local Health System Sustainability Project (LHSS) under the USAID Integrated Health Systems IDIQ. May 2021. Gender and Social Inclusion Analysis. Rockville, MD: Abt Associates.
Otero Galindo, Pilar. Mayo 2021. Análisis de género e inclusión social. El Proyecto de Sostenibilidad del Sistema de Salud Local (LHSS) bajo el IDIQ de los Sistemas Integrados de Salud de USAID. Rockville, MD: Abt Associates.
In the face of the social and economic crisis in Honduras caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and the aftermath of Hurricanes Eta and Iota, which struck back-to-back in November 2020, youth beneficiaries from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Empleando Futuros project have dedicated their efforts to helping those most in need of support. Through their resilience and motivation to be of help to others in times of adversity, the youth beneficiaries became heroes within their communities.
The COVID-19 pandemic caused in-person classes to be suspended in Honduras and created the need for online educational programming. To address this, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Empleando Futuros project partnered with the Ministry of Education in Honduras to offer courses in employability skills through the Youth Labor Bridging Program. Through taking the online courses and receiving support from Empleando Futuros coaches, youth beneficiaries like Estefany and Dener saw that they could build bright futures for themselves within Honduras.
The author of this briefer is Louise Williams. The author’s views expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Agency for International Development or the United States Government. This publication was produced for review by USAID. It was prepared by Banyan Global for the Women’s Economic Empowerment and Equality Technical Assistance task order under the Advancing the Agenda of Gender Equality indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract.