USAID's Investments for Peace and Security in Egypt - Dollars to Results
Globally, more than 1.5 billion people live in countries affected by fragility, violence, or conflict. Violence kills and displaces people, destroys human and physical capital, stunts growth, and often spills across borders.
USAID works with Egyptian counterparts to:
- Support rule of law and human rights programs that provide quality, accessible legal aid services for underserved populations; and
- Support Government of Egypt decentralization efforts focused on developing fiscal, administrative and political strategies and initiatives that directly respond to community priorities and promote community participation.
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During FY 2011, Egypt underwent a revolution and transition toward a democratic republic. The revolution directly and indirectly impacted our activities in Egypt. Host-country counterparts shifted. The U.S. worked to ensure that our programs were responding to the emerging needs expressed by Egyptians in the immediate aftermath of the revolution.