40+ years of promoting positive change

Creative has implemented hundreds of projects around the globe since it was founded in 1977. From education and elections to governance and economic growth, Creative’s efforts have made a difference. For example, since the year 2000, Creative has trained more than 389,000 teachers in 21 countries—providing them with new skills and techniques that ultimately benefit their students.

Creative’s Past Projects section has a list of selected projects, a brief description, their implementation dates and funders.



Date: August 2008 – August 2013

Under USAID’s SWIFT III, Creative supported USAID’s Office of Transition Initiatives in providing countries in political transition with rapid and effective technical assistance for positive political change. This contract award reflects Creative’s successful record of quick project startup and provision of top-quality professional and technical services in conflict or post-conflict countries. The project was designed to meet a country’s specific needs during the critical stages of transition from conflict to peace and democracy....



Syria- Agriculture and Livelihoods Stabilization Partnerships III

Livelihoods Date: 2019

The Northeast Syria Agriculture and Livelihoods Stabilization Partnerships program works with community-based organizations in target communities in Northeast Syria to rebuild livelihoods and agricultural activities that stimulate economic recovery while also building the capacity of civil society. ...

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Syria: Al Rashad

Citizen Security Date: 2020-2022

Al Rashad uses a community policing approach to increase public trust in local authorities and improve responsiveness to citizens’ needs...

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Syria: Facilitating Urban Recovery and Transition

Stabilization Date: 2020-2022

FURAT provides essential services like water, sanitation, emergency response, and rubble removal, which are critical to returning stability to Northeast Syria and building confidence in local councils, limiting the space for an ISIS resurgence....

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