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This project is part of the U.S. Government's global hunger and food security initiative.
This post shares a blog from the USAID Global Development Lab that highlights key considerations and resources for applying a gender lens to digital development and COVID-19 responses.
In a four-part blog series, the EEFS project explores a central question: what enables cross-border trade for safe foods?
This post explores how global development organizations can mitigate food and agricultural systems during the COVID-19 crisis, using a market systems approach.
The Manoff Group is looking for a Technical Advisor, Social and Behavior Change (SBC) to support USAID Advancing Nutrition’s design and implementation of evidence‐based SBC across multi‐sectoral activities to improve nutrition.
The Mobile Gender Gap Report 2020 examines how the mobile gender gap is changing quickly in low- and middle-income countries.
The Lab has put together a user-friendly guide on how to quickly carry out the end-to-end process of a market systems analysis.
How is COVID-19 and Senegal’s response to the pandemic affecting the fishing industry as a whole?
This post shares a new report from Mercy Corp highlighting how government restrictions to stop the spread of COVID-19 has impacted businesses, supply chain, markets and local economies.
This blog was originally posted on the Washington Business Dynamics blog by Mary Jane Maxwell and highlights the U.S. Development Finance Corporation's work on women's economic empowerment. U.S. Development Finance Corporation (DFC) is America’s development bank – with enhanced financial muscle...
Private Sector Engagement (PSE) is a strategic approach to international development through which USAID consults, strategizes, aligns, and collaborates with the private sector for greater scale, sustainability, and effectiveness of development or humanitarian outcomes.
In the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, donors and development agencies will have to combine immediate and long-term responses to support the economic recovery in developing countries.
To slow the unfolding damage of COVID-19 on the tourism industry, public and private-sector representatives came together (virtually, of course) to chart a new path ahead.
This post introduces an April 2020 publication from ACDI/VOCA . Marginalized people become even more vulnerable in emergencies, which means that it’s important to consider how to incorporate a gender and social inclusion lens into our COVID-19 responses and adaptations.
This post introduces a literature review about disability inclusion in market systems development programs.
This post provides information on how to apply for the 2020 Digital Development Awards hosted by USAID's Global Development Lab, including eligibility criteria and award categories.
USAID's Somalia Growth, Enterprise, Employment and Livelihoods project is responding to COVID-19 by employing a strategy across its value chains to mitigate the impact of distruped supply chains and damage to the private sector.
Request for Applications: PRO-WASH wants to address ways to ensure the long-term sustainability of key sanitation and hygiene products and services. Submissions are due by May 20th.
In addition to its immediate adverse impact on women’s and girls’ health and education, the COVID-19 pandemic has the potential to further exacerbate existing gender inequalities in economic opportunities across Sub-Saharan Africa.
This blog post discusses the importance of implementing best food safety practices along supply chains, especially among small and growing businesses.
How women, gender equality, and social norms are critical to recovering from the COVID-19 crisis.