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Analysis of the North American Jewelry Market

USAID’s Commercially Viable Conflict-Free Gold Project, known locally as “Zahabu Safi” (Clean Gold), is a five-year program, implemented in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) by Global Communities and Levin Sources. The project aims to establish a responsible, commercially viable and conflict-free ASM gold supply chain from eastern DRC. A key objective for achieving the project’s vision is to increase demand for and co-investment in responsibly sourced ASM gold from eastern DRC.

The Enabling Environment for Food Traceability System Success

Widespread adoption of food traceability systems (FTS) holds the potential to provide several benefits for agricultural market systems, including mitigating food safety risks, improving market access and increasing productivity gains. Improvements in supply chain transparency from FTS adoption can also lead to an expansion of mutually beneficial trade between countries.

Women’s Economic Empowerment and Gender Equality in Trade Facilitation: The Role of Customs and Border Services

To bring clearer understanding of the problems of women-owned small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), USAID/E3/GenDev requested Banyan Global to conduct a women’s economic empowerment and gender equality (WEEGE) assessment in the area of cross-border trade, focusing on three questions: a) to what extent is women’s economic empowerment and gender equality integrated into customs and border agency services, operations, and personnel management, across various functions; b) how WEEGE gaps in services affect women participating in trade; and c) how processes, procedures, infrastructure, and

The State of Microinsurance 2017

Microinsurance solutions for climate change, focusing on pioneering ideas in the way microinsurance is being designed and offered and highlighting key lessons learned from a range of different programs and initiatives.

Mobile Payments for Training Allowances: One Project's Experience

Starting in February 2016, USAID’s Mobile Solutions Technical Assistance and Research (mSTAR) activity in Bangladesh began providing technical assistance to IFPRI to support their use of mobile money to disburse training allowances under the Agriculture, Nutrition, and Gender Linkages(ANGeL) pilot project, being implemented by the Ministry of Agriculture. This infographic highlights some of the experiences of beneficiaries who received these payments.

mSTAR/Bangladesh: Technical Assistance to USAID's ANGeL project

This report details technical assistance provided by mSTAR/Bangladesh to IFPRI to support them to use mobile money to disburse training allowances under the Agriculture, Nutrition, and Gender Linkages (ANGeL) pilot project, being implemented by the Ministry of Agriculture. The ANGeL project disburses training allowances to 3,125 ANGeL beneficiary households across 16 districts in rural Bangladesh for attending trainings on agriculture production, nutrition knowledge, and gender sensitization.

Agricultural Value Chains Insights: Opportunities in Bangladesh Event Highlights

The Agricultural Value Chains Insights: Opportunities in Bangladesh event was held on November 22, 2016 at the Amari Hotel in Dhaka. It was co-hosted by USAID’s Mobile Solutions Technical Assistance and Research (mSTAR) project, implemented by FHI 360, and USAID’s Agricultural Value Chains (AVC) project, implemented by DAI. The event was attended by 50 participants from 30 organizations.

Cultivating Women’s Empowerment

This publication presents a collection of case studies and personal anecdotes that illustrate how Feed the Future programs are creating opportunities for women’s empowerment in agriculture.