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    The Secondary Education Quality Improvement Program in Guatemala will improve the quality and relevance of lower secondary education to ensure youth complete studies and are prepared for the labor market.
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    The Local Partner Development project will strengthen the institutional capacity and sustainability of USAID/Jamaica’s local partners while improving the enabling environment in which they operate.
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    Investing for Impact against Tuberculosis and HIV, funded by an award from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, will help combat HIV in Nigeria.
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    The Afya Uzazi project improves access to quality, client-centered family planning and reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health services in Baringo and Nakuru counties in Kenya.
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    The Zambia Defense Force HIV Prevention Cross-Cutting project works to strengthen the Zambia Defense Force Medical Services in 47 military facilities.
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    The Zambia Defense Force Care and Treatment Scale-Up project supports the military’s HIV and tuberculosis care and treatment programs.
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    Health Communication for Life (HC4L) supports the Government of Malawi’s efforts to increase public demand for quality, sustainable, priority health services and products.
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    This project will provide a people-to-people approach to mediate inter- and intra-ethnic conflict in the Timbuktu region of Mali. The project was awarded under USAID’s Conflict Management and Mitigation Annual Program Statement.
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    The Civic Engagement Program in Mali supports the consolidation of democratic governance by strengthening mechanisms for bottom-up social accountability, improving the capacity of civil society organizations and expanding civic education.
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    FHI 360 was awarded the five-year, $26 million USAID Sustainable HIV Response from Technical Assistance (SHIFT) project to support the Vietnamese government in achieving UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets and in the transitioning of its HIV response.