The strong social, cultural and economic ties, common security concerns, and the shared border
between Mexico and the U.S., combined with Mexico’s status as an upper middle income country with a
high level of institutional capacity, provide a unique rationale for the USAID/Mexico program. Reflecting
this expansive relationship, there are no less than 50 formal bilateral policy and/or working level
coordination mechanisms between the U.S. and Mexican Governments, covering such issues as
In preparation for the development of the CDCS, USAID/Moldova engaged in a process of analysis and consultation to gather information for the new five-year strategic plan. USAID/Moldova held a staff retreat in May 2012 to formally kick-off the process. At the same time, the Moldova office initiated consultations with stakeholders in the host government, the private sector, other donor agencies, the U.S. Embassy in Chisinau, and within USAID’s technical offices.
E. Jed Barton was sworn in today as the new Mission Director for Ukraine, Moldova, and Belarus in Kyiv, Ukraine for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Agency Counselor David E. Eckerson administered the oath of office. As Director of the Regional Mission, Barton will be responsible for the U.S. Government’s assistance in these countries. He will oversee programs supporting the region’s continued efforts towards broad-based, market-oriented democracies.
Last updated: November 16, 2015