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May 7, 2021

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in Guinea, hereby issues a Request for Information (RFI) in regard to the Guinea Local Health System Strengthening Activity (LHSSA). The RFI intends to:

May 7, 2021

Please provide feedback, including suggestions for the name of the activity, comments, questions, recommendations in the Concept Paper tracker spreadsheet (Attachment B). The spreadsheet has two tabs; the first tab is organized by the sections of the concept paper and the second tab has additional, overall points to consider.



May 5, 2021

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Guinea Health Office is seeking information, opinions, and recommendations on approaches for the possible implementation of an activity that leverages USAID and private sector resources to promote and test sustainable public-private investments for healthcare electrification, water provision and telecommunication (data and internet connectivity) services to support its health and development investments in Guinea.

April 5, 2021

USAID’s goal under the 2020-2025 CDCS is: More participatory governance for a healthier, more prosperous Guinea. Two Development Objectives will support the goal: Development Objective 1 - Increased Capacity and Commitment of the Local Health System for Better Health Outcomes and Development Objective 2 - Democratic and Economic Governance Strengthened. The Mission will shift from a focus on supporting central government institutions to engaging with committed government, private sector, and civil society actors at the local level to advance health, governance, and economic opportunities.

March 23, 2021

USAID/Guinea contracted YouthPower2: Learning and Evaluation to conduct a cross-sectoral youth assessment (CSYA) to help in identifying opportunities for a more strategic engagement of youth in shaping Guinea’s journey to self-reliance. This CSYA aimed to capture the experiences, aspirations, challenges, and assets of Guinean youth ages 15-35 and to identify effective programs, organizations, and partnerships supporting youth to reach their full potential. USAID/Guinea will use the findings from this assessment to inform its youth approach by working in greater alignment with the Positive Youth Development (PYD) framework.


Last updated: October 26, 2022

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