By engaging youth in productive economic activities, this program will create employment opportunities for adolescent girls in the garment and home textiles industry in Sindh. USAID engages with Pakistan through bilateral cooperation and robust civilian and security assistance, allowing joint action on issues that are important to both the United States and Pakistan: energy, economic growth, resilience, education, and health. TO: USAID/Pakistan Mission Director Acting, Denise Herbol FROM: Office of Inspector General/Pakistan, Audit Manager, Michael Hutchinson /s/ SUBJECT: Audit of USAID/Pakistan’s Livelihood Development Program for the Upper Region of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas USAID-funded Merit and Needs-Based Scholarship Program Page Content USAID has shown its commitment to support the program of scholarship for academically qualified Pakistani students, who aspire to continue higher studies, but due to lack of financial resources are unable to continue. In consideration of our audit findings, we recommend that USAID/Pakistan take the following actions: 1. The feedlot farmers were selected by USAID’s Agriculture Market Development (AMD) program from across Pakistan … This program aims to provide workforce development training to nearly 17,000 youth, including adolescent girls, from marginalized areas of Karachi. Interested applicants should carefully read the vacancy announcement and fill their application on Form DS-174 (Application for Employment as LE Staff). The U.S. and Pakistan have worked together for over 70 years on issues that are important to both nations: energy, economic growth, resilience, education, and health. Develop and implement a periodic training program for mission staff that clearly IMPROVED ACCESS TO & QUALITY OF HIGHER EDUCATION. Each competition includes a statement describing the services or assistance program that we are interested in, an explanation of our competition and evaluation procedures, and the evaluation factors upon which our award decision will be based. The goal of the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project in Pakistan is to continue and expand aspects of critical activities conducted under the previous project (USAID | DELIVER) and engage new activities to transform, integrate, and optimize Pakistan’s supply chain systems. USAID is working with the Government of Kazakhstan to strengthen the country's energy efficiency, expand its renewable energy, and support more private investment in the energy sector. Overview: The U.S.-Pakistan Partnership for Agricultural Market Development (AMD) activity in Pakistan was a USAID-funded program (2014-2019) implemented by CNFA with the goal of supporting the development of Pakistan’s commercial agriculture and livestock sectors. Georgia USAID Agriculture Program . The Humanitarian Logistics Training and Certification Program will develop a standardized program of training and certification for humanitarian logistics workers, in collaboration with major humanitarian organizations. Office of Inspector General U.S. Agency for International Development . The USAID Training for Pakistan Project is implementing the “Energy Sector Internship Program”.The six-month paid Internship Program with 150 interns is planned to start in May 2015 in collaboration with energy sector entities across the country. USAID|Pakistan is the U.S. Government agency responsible for administering foreign aid in Pakistan. The training will be offered through a variety of platforms, including flexible web formats and more traditional classroom-type training programs. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS. Training Pakistan’s four-day training of USAID’s selected feedlot farmers: Training Pakistan conducted the 4 day least cost feed formulation workshop for feedlot farmers.