USAID Macedonia: From the American People
The American people, through USAID, have invested over $500 million in Macedonia since 1993. USAID is working with the people of Macedonia to create jobs, strengthen democratic institutions and practices, enhance integrated education, and prepare students for the workforce. These initiatives improve the quality of life and support Macedonia’s transition to a stable and prosperous democracy.
In honor of International Women's Day, U.S. Embassy Skopje hosted an event focused on supporting women entrepreneurs in Macedonia on March 8th. USAID Mission Director Robert Wuertz opened the session, highlighting that women entrepreneurs are fundamental to economies...
In cooperation with the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy, USAID is supporting 10 Macedonian companies to participate in Fruit Logistica 2013, the leading international fresh produce trade fair, in Berlin, Germany, from February 6 to 8...
See the translation of the brochure on the following link
Mile the Corn Farmer
The U.S. Government strongly supports integrated education in Macedonia. Integrated education will help to ensure that all the children of this country, regardless of ethnicity, religion, or cultural and social background, receive a quality education that promotes respect for diversity and a stable environment of tolerance...
We are happy to announce that the third Grand Challenge – Powering Agriculture: An Energy Grand Challenge for Development – just released its first request for proposals. Powering Agriculture is currently offering awards of between $300,000 and $1,500,000 for innovative, market–based, clean energy solutions for farmers and agribusinesses at all points along the agricultural value-chain - from growing, harvesting, and processing to storing food.
Grant applications will be accepted from 1/15/13 to 2/6/13 5PM EST;
Solicitation Comments Due: 1/4/13
Please visit the web site for more details and for solicitation documents www.PoweringAg.org