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  • USAID and Sweden Announce Call for Proposals for Albania's Tourism Sector

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  • USAID is helping Albanian municipalities prepare General Local Territorial Plans and improve municipal services.

  • USAID joins a multi-donor effort to supports territorial and administrative reform in Albania.

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  • Improving the transparency of systems and reducing opportunities for corruption will improve interactions that citizens have with courts in Albania.

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About Albania

Since 1992, the U.S. Government has delivered foreign aid to support Albania’s development, stability and integration into Europe. U.S. aid has helped Albania transition from the most isolated and repressive communist state in Europe to a democracy with a market-oriented economy.
The current program works with the Government of Albania and the private sector on transformational reforms to strengthen democratic institutions and sustain economic growth. Specifically, USAID helps Albania to:
  • Strengthen rule of law by building the skills of lawyers and judges, and ensuring that courts function properly
  • Increase the ability of local governments to raise revenue and provide more effective services to citizens in areas ranging from health care to clean water
  • Improve business competitiveness while strengthening the financial sector to better support economic development and financial security  


Albania Country Development Cooperation Strategy 2011-2015

Partnership Opportunities

Last updated: November 24, 2015

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Contact Information

Mission Contact

American Embassy/Tirana
Rr. e Elbasanit, Nr. 103

USAID Contact

Judith Robinson
U.S. Agency for International Development
Bureau for Europe and Eurasia, SA-044, Room 234
, DC 
(202) 567-4261