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Image of USAID flood shelter in Bangladesh
June 22, 2022

In response to record-level rainfall and catastrophic flooding across areas of northern Bangladesh, the United States is providing $250,000 of emergency funding through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to deliver critical relief to families and communities hit hardest by this crisis.

Image of USAID Bangladesh Mission Director Kathryn Stevens
March 10, 2022

United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission Director Kathryn D. Stevens joined Secretary Md. Ehsan-E-Elahi from the Ministry of Labor and Employment, Bangladesh Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) Director Barrister Shehrin Salam oishee, and leaders from global fashion company PVH to launch the new USAID Women Thrive in Bangladesh project to empower women ready-made garment factory workers.

February 3, 2022

Due to unforeseen program changes in the Office of Democracy, Human Rights and Governance, USAID/Bangladesh, the solicitation # 72038822R10011-1 for the position of USAID Project Management Specialist (M&E/Budget), FSN – 11 for the DRG office issued on February 7, 2022 is cancelled.

USAID/Bangladesh may re-solicit for this position in the future. Any interested individuals may apply at that time.

Image of Bangladeshi student receiving Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine
January 31, 2022

The United States donated an additional 10 million (1 crore) doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine to Bangladesh, a gift from the American people.  Delivered via COVAX, these donations of Pfizer vaccines bring the total U.S. government vaccine contribution to more than 38.6 million (3.86 crore) doses, with millions more scheduled to arrive over the coming months.

Image of COVID-19 vaccination in Bangladesh
October 18, 2021

The U.S. government, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), announced an additional $25 million in urgent COVID-19 assistance to help Bangladesh provide life-saving medical and oxygen supplies and cold chain equipment to store, transport, and administer vaccines safely.  In addition to U.S.-donated vaccines, this new U.S. assistance will help Bangladesh expand vaccinations to people across the country, enable health workers to treat critically ill patients more effectively, and enhance the quality of care in health facilities.


Last updated: August 04, 2022

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