USAID/Uganda Combatting Wildlife Crime Activity

See complete RFA for detailed information.

The goal of the CWC Activity is to reduce wildlife crime in Ugandathrough the following three interrelated outcomes:
Outcome1:
New and enhanced coordination mechanisms and interagencycooperation improve enforcement and data-sharing.

Outcome2:
Institutional

strengthening, capacity building, andsystems approaches enhance wildlife crime deterrence, detection, enforcement,and prosecution.

Outcome3:
High quality data and analysis informs anti-wildlifecrime approaches.

TheStrengthening Systems and PublicAccountability Activity (SSPA), currently under development through apartnership between USAID/Uganda and DFID, will support a fourth outcome—corruption that enables wildlife crime isreduced—by promoting transparency, constituency building, and otherapproaches to combat wildlife crime-related corruption.

The CWC and SSPAactivities will engage in joint work planning and coordination throughoutimplementation.

The CWC activity will support United StatesGovernment (USG) interagency partnership efforts to implement a collaborativeapproach to combating wildlife trafficking in Uganda, taking into account theGOU’s strategic priorities, USG’s comparative advantages, and the efforts ofnon-USG actors, including but not limited to, Ugandan counterparts ingovernment, the private sector, civil society, and other donors
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USAID Foreign Assistance for Programs Overseas

Agency for International Development


Agency: Agency for International Development

Office: Uganda USAID-Kampala

Estimated Funding: $4,120,000


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Date Posted:
2019-09-18

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Archive Date:
2019-11-21



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