STATE and USAID’s Strategic Goals Achieving Peace and Security Governing Justly and Democratically Investing in People Promoting Economic Growth and Prosperity Providing Humanitarian Assistance Promoting International Understanding Strengthening Consular and Management Capabilities Diplomacy DevelopmentDefense
State and USAID’s FY2007 budget Source: CBJ FY2009 Total: $19,801,551,000 34% 6% 33% 11% 12% 4% Peace and Security Governing Justly and Democratically Investing in People Economic Growth Humanitarian Assistance Program Support
Global Food Insecurity and Price Increase 37 countries throughout every region of the world are experiencing localized food insecurity, lack of access to food, or shortfalls in food production or supplies Among the populations affected are people in Tajikistan. To date, USAID/OFDA and State aid to Tajikistan totals more than $2.5 million.
Health HIV/AIDs: USAID has funded almost $6 billion since inception of its international HIV/AIDs program in 1986. USAID currently has HIV/AIDs program in nearly 100 countries worldwide. Infectious Diseases: USAID’s infectious disease initiative, launched in 1998, focuses on preventing diseases such as malaria and tuberculosis while also strengthening the treatment and control programs that exist in the health care system. Nutrition: In 2005, USAID supported 22 food fortification programs with the potential to reach nearly 500 million people in 19 countries.
Office of Development Partners (ODP) Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Private Sector Alliances Division (PSA) Bilateral and Multilateral Donor Division (BMD) Office of Development Partners Structure
Coco-Cola Partnership Problem: By 2025, 2.8 billion people in 48 countries are expected to face severe and chronic water shortages. Solution: In 2004, USAID and the Coca-Cola Company formed the Watershed Partners Program to support water-related programs in developing countries where both partners operate.
Starbucks Partnership Problem: Rwanda is a land-locked country with the highest population density in Africa. Historically, Rwandans grew coffee as a cash crop but most farms are less than half a hectare and cannot support families. Solution: Starbucks Company with USAID helped Rwandan farmers upgrade their coffee-farming infrastructure and provided expertise to help the farmers produce higher quality coffee that could then be sold at higher prices.
DLI will enable USAID to more effectively meet US government development objectives. USAID will recruit, hire, and train 300 new Foreign Service Officers in critical stewardship and technical backstops. DLI will strengthen our capacity to provide leadership overseas to develop, implement, and integrate programs that bring peace, prosperity, and security. Total Full-Time Employees: 8,117 Workforce Composition (as of September 2004) FSOs 14% FSNs 61% Other 11% USCS 14% Development Leadership Initiative (DLI)
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