The new Mission Director of USAID in Pakistan John Groarke launched the U.S.–Pakistan Partnership for Agricultural Market Development.
USAID Mission Director John Groarke commended new breakthroughs in Pakistan’s agricultural sector at USAID’s Agricultural Technology Conference.
An educated girl is a force for change
United States Supports Sustainable Grape Production in Potohar Region of Pakistan
Pakistan Interactive Map
U.S.-Pakistan Centers for Advanced Studies
Food distribution to the temporary displaced population in Pakistan
The primary focus of the U.S. civilian-assistance program is to develop a stable, secure and tolerant Pakistan with a vibrant economy.
Working with other U.S. agencies, as well as donors and international development partners, USAID has focused its program over the last year on five areas essential to Pakistan’s stability and long-term development and reflective of Pakistani priorities: energy, economic growth, stabilization, education and health.
Over the last year, USAID has streamlined the number of projects from approximately 150 to less than 70 and has also chosen to implement over half of all funding through local organizations in Pakistan – both government and non-government. Supporting the civilian government’s capacity to meet the needs of its citizens is a vital element of USAID’s program, as is working with non-governmental organizations and the private sector.
Last updated: August 25, 2015