Development Programs

USAID is the world’s largest provider of international food assistance.  For more than 50 years, USAID has brought hope and nourishment to the hungry corners of the world.  USAID provides development food assistance to target the underlying causes of hunger and malnutrition. These programs aim to reduce chronic malnutrition among children under five and pregnant or lactating women, increase and diversify household income and strengthen and diversify agricultural production and productivity to build resilience and reduce the need for food assistance.

Development Program Proposal Guidance:

Request for Applications

Technical Reference Chapters for Development Food Assistance Programs - Updated July 2017

Frequently Asked Questions for Refine and Implement Pilot Approach

Final Fiscal Year 2017 Request for Applications for Development Food Security Activities in Uganda - Graduation Pilot

Final Fiscal Year 2017 Request for Applications for Development Food Security Activities in Uganda

Final Fiscal Year 2016 Request for Applications (RFA) for Development Food Assistance Projects for Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, and Liberia (Updated 04.11.16)

FFP Summary of Changes in FY 2016 RFA

Fiscal Year 2015 Request for Applications (RFA) for Title II Development Food Assistance Programs in Bangladesh and Mali (Updated 04.09.15)

Fiscal Year 2014 Request for Applications (RFA) for Title II Development Food Assistance Programs in Nepal

Fiscal Year 2014 Request for Applications (RFA) for Title II Development Food Assistance Programs in Burundi, Madagascar and Malawi

Country Specific Guidance and Additional Resources

Country Specific Guidance and other resources can be found on the Country Fact Sheets page.

 

Other Resources

Last updated: August 15, 2017

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