The USAID/Facilitando Comercio project recently published the "Judges Handbook on Intelectual Property Rights" (Manual de Jueces sobre Propiedad Intelectual, Principios y Ejercicio). It is a reference manual on intellectual property rights' protection, as well as Andean and Peruvian regulations, and case studies for judges.
Today, April 25, we celebrate the gains made in the fight against malaria and recommit ourselves to its defeat. USAID’s Amazon Malaria Initiative (AMI) provides technical assistance to national malaria control programs in twelve countries. Today, we are proud to release the President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) seventh annual report.
On Earth Day, USAID/Peru recognizes the global importance of the Amazon. Take 2 minutes and see for yourselves, click here.
On April 9 USAID/Peru kicked off the "Twelfth Annual Evaluation Meeting of the Amazon Malaria Initiative" with the presence of representatives of the World Health Organization (WHO), and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO). The meeting served to discuss progress made, share technical advances in the field, as well as to identify future challenges in the field.
In May 2013, the USAID/Facilitando Comercio project will finish its activities in Peru after three years. The project's purpose has been to increase Peru's competitiveness and address constraints inhibiting trade and investment. The close-out ceremony was held on April 9, 2013.
Help USAID-nominated Amazonian partner candidates win Peru's Ministry of Women and Vulnerable Populations "Orden del Mérito a la Mujer" award by voting TODAY!
Lidia Rengifo and Liz Tutusima, made it to the top three finalists. Click here to vote.
Students can win a $2,500 or $5,000 prize for innovative ideas to combat human trafficking at ChallengeSlavery.org and a chance to showcase their idea to USAID and partners. Students can write a concept note, make a video or create a website for their contest submission as an individual or with a group. To learn more about this contest and to participate please click here.
The PAEGC program pools over $20 million, with the goal of increasing clean energy access and supporting economic growth in the developing world through funding and support for market-based clean energy innovations for farmers and agri-businesses. To learn more about this opportunity and to find information on how to apply for funding click here.
Gender-based violence is a global pandemic that cuts across all borders – ethnicity, race, socio-economic status, and religion. It takes place in the home, in school, on the streets…at the hands of the state, community, and the family…during times of peace, but especially at during conflict and war.
Join the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence, click here.
Today, USAID joins the global community to commemorate the first International Day of the Girl Child. In December 2011, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution declaring October 11th as the International Day of the Girl Child to recognize girls’ rights and the unique challenges they face.
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