2012 VolAg Report
2012 VolAg Report: Report of Voluntary Agencies Engaged in Overseas Relief and Development
2012 VolAg Report (PDF 8MB) FY 2010 Summary of Activities
Date Published: June 29, 2012
USAID works to elevate development and seize pivotal opportunities through expanded partnerships with nongovernmental organizations. Private Voluntary Organizations (PVOs) are key partners in the implementation of USAID programs. In the past year, U.S. PVOs received $20.9 billion in support from U.S. citizens and private sources, over six times the $3.3 billion from USAID. Through partnerships with PVOs, USAID has also leveraged significant non-financial resources to achieve high-impact development. From HIV/AIDS education, to micro-lending, to introducing improved agricultural practices that mitigate climate change, PVOs play a critical role in USAID’s community-level development work. Every year IDEA/LS releases the VolAg Report which provides a snapshot of the work of the Private Voluntary Organizations (PVOs, Cooperative Development Organizations (CDOs), and International PVOs (IPVOs) registered with USAID. The report is the culmination of the annual effort by the Office of Innovation and Development Alliances' Local Sustainability Division staff to collect, validate, and disseminate a clear, factual report that helps inform the Congress, Agency staff, partner organizations, and the general public about the activities of the PVO community.