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SÉLECTION DE SITES DU CVCFG/ZAHABU SAFI   PROCESSUS – NOTE EXPLICATIVE 

Le projet pour l’or commercialement viable et sans conflit (CVCFG) financé par USAID, également connu localement sous le nom de projet «Zahabu Safi» est une initiative de croissance économique, de cinq ans, mise en œuvre en République Démocratique du Congo (RDC), qui s’appuie sur les récents succès obtenus grâce aux initiatives financées par des bailleurs pour exporter à grande échelle de l’or produit de manière responsable à des acheteurs de bijoux en Amérique du Nord et en Europe.

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CVCFG/Zahabu Safi site selection process – explanatory note

The USAID-funded Commercially Viable Conflict-Free Gold Project (CVCFG), also known locally as the “Zahabu Safi” project is a five-year, economic growth initiative, implemented in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), which builds on recent successes achieved by donor-funded initiatives to export responsibly-produced gold to jewelry buyers in North America and Europe at scale.

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USAID YouthPower Jordan: Youth Leaders and Influencers

This technical brief is one of three that USAID YouthPower developed documenting high- impact strategies that proved effective across the…

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USAID YouthPower Jordan: Youth Economic Empowerment

This technical brief is one of three that USAID YouthPower developed documenting high- impact strategies that proved effective across the…

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USAID YouthPower Jordan: Youth Influencing Local and National Governance

This technical brief is one of three that USAID YouthPower developed documenting high- impact strategies that proved effective across the…

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USAID’s Zahabu Safi (Clean Gold) Project

USAID’s Zahabu Safi (Clean Gold) Project is an economic development initiative implemented in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

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Tanzania McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program – FFE III Endline Evaluation Brief

This brief presents the key findings from the end line evaluation of the McGovern-Dole Food for Education (FFE III) program…

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First Teacher Groups – a Community-Based Early Learning Initiative, Improves Parenting Practices and Child Development in Northern Tanzania

The First Teacher Group intervention improved children’s socio-emotional development, emergent numeracy, and gross and fine motor development, and with a…

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Mianatra Project Brief

In 2021, USDA awarded Global Communities with the first McGovern–Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition (McGovern–Dole) project in…

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VISION 4 HOUSING

Vision 4’s members re-grouped. Most of them live in an informal settlement surrounding Kaptembwa in Nakuru County. Like many informal…

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Closing the U.S. Sanitation Equity Gap: Exploring Opportunities to Learn from the Global Sanitation Sector Experience

The purpose of this technical research brief is to describe equity gaps in safely managed sanitation for people living with…

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Chipukizi Voice of Drama

With guidance and technical support from the Co-operative University of Kenya and
Global Communities, Chipukizi has transformed into a sustainable business as inaugural
participants of the U.S. Agency for International Development’s Cooperative Leadership,
Engagement, Advocacy & Research (CLEAR) program.

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