• USAID improves the economic status of young career aged women in Azerbaijan through mentoring and training programs

  • USAID provides small grants to women for new business startups

  • USAID assists small and medium sized agribusinesses and farmers to grow their agribusinesses through improved production and marketing

  • USAID increases the capacity of communities to work with the government of Azerbaijan to address socio-economic development needs in rural communities

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Irrigation project in Khaspoladoba, Khachmaz district
USAID-funded irrigation project in Khachmaz district, Azerbaijan
Bridge project in Surra, Shabran district
USAID-funded community bridge project in Shabran rayon
USAID-supported carpet weaving center Alpan, Guba
USAID-supported carpet weaving center in Guba, Azerbaijan

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About Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan declared its independence from the Soviet Union in August of 1991. At the crossroads of the Middle East, Central Asia and Europe, Azerbaijan is bordered by the Caspian Sea and Caucasus Mountains, which span Asia and Europe.

USAID contributes to the social and economic development of Azerbaijan through activities that further develop the agricultural sector and strengthen citizen participation in rural communities.

USAID assistance focuses on activities that directly benefit the lives of the Azerbaijani people, create economic opportunities, and expand partnerships to enhance civil society at the grassroots level.

USAID has provided more than $410 million in assistance since 1991 to assist with humanitarian relief and the health sector, as well as economic and democratic reforms.


Contact Information

Mission Contact

The Landmark Building
96 Nizami street

USAID Contact

(202) 712-0000