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November 6, 2019

USAID is seeking feedback on the concept detailed here. The purpose of this Request for Information (RFI) is to determine the soundness and robustness of the conceptual design, as well as to incorporate new, innovative ideas into the design. This is a RFI and not a Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO). Please submit your feedback regarding the desired results outlined in the concept (the “what”) rather than describing how your organization would propose to achieve the results (the “how”).

September 9, 2019

USAID is demonstrating that investments are more strategic and sustainable when working with Colombian stakeholders to adapt new technologies and sharpen its focus on property and land use.

April 10, 2019

The STARR II IDIQ—managed by the E3/Land and Urban Office—is a $650 million, multi-faceted field support mechanism available for field Missions and other USAID Offices and Bureaus to buy in to for activities through July 2025.

June 21, 2018

The Ser+Maestro (pronounced Ser Más Maestro) activity provides teachers, students, and communities, with educational tools to foster reconciliation and citizenship empowerment in conflict-affected areas.  The main focus of Ser+Maestro is on schools as an ideal place to promote the important building blocks of reconciliation, tolerance, and respect for diversity.  The activity also provides teacher training, contributes to community leadership and inclusion, and establishes communities respectful of difference.  

Implemented by Proantioquia, the activity runs from October 2017 – October 2020, and will work with teachers from 17 municipalities in four departments (Antioquia, Cauca, Córdoba, and Santander).

Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance (DRG) Office Fact Sheet
June 21, 2018

USAID/Colombia’s Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance Office focuses on supporting the Government of Colombia (GOC) and civil society to increase institutional presence, foster a culture of respect for human rights, strengthen citizen participation, promote access to justice, increase public investment, and provide services to historically underserved and conflict-affected rural areas where illicit activity often goes unchecked.


Last updated: November 06, 2019

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