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LEAP III Timor-Leste Customs Sector Assessment

To build upon the customs modernization reforms currently being undertaken by the Customs Authority in Timor-Leste, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Learning, Evaluation, and Analysis Project (LEAP III), on behalf of USAID/Timor-Leste, assessed the current operational and legal environment within the customs sector. The review sought, inter alia, to determine the Authority’s adherence to international norms and best practices, with a particular focus on trade facilitation.

East Timor: Aquaculture Feasibility Study

The assessment includes analysis of the current status of the aquaculture sector; potential market linkages for Timorese aquaculture products; and the potential for domestic feed production.

mSTAR Digest | January 2014

This third edition of the mSTAR Digest contains updates to the mSTAR community on mSTAR project activities; partner news; and upcoming opportunities.

mSTAR Digest | December 2013

This second edition of the mSTAR Digest contains updates to the mSTAR community on mSTAR project activities; partner news; and upcoming opportunities.

STRIVE Activity Brief 3: STRIVE Philippines

The Supporting Transformation by Reducing Insecurity and Vulnerability with Economic Strengthening (STRIVE) program, managed by FHI 360 and funded by USAID’s Displaced Children and Orphans Fund (DCOF), was designed to build the evidence base around the links between market-driven economic strengthening approaches and the well-being of children and youth.

G-Cash: The RBAP-MABS Electronic Wallet

This brief video demonstrates the G-Cash product, a text-to-payment service. G-Cash is a new technology that allows microentrepreneurs to transfer funds and make payments using their mobile phones.