Flag of India


September 22, 2017

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Urban Management Centre (UMC) today hosted a half-day-long cultural event to celebrate their three-year partnership under the Ahmedabad Sanitation Action Lab (ASAL) program.

September 20, 2017

At USAID, we take partnership very seriously and believe that it is part and parcel of how we operate in India.  Our mantra has been: “if you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to far, go together.”Over the past few years, we’ve worked with more than 100 organizations from the private sector where we co-fund and co-design programs to address development challenges in the area of maternal and child health, tuberculosis, energy, early literacy, WASH, and financial inclusion.

September 15, 2017

The Impact Investors Council (IIC) in partnership with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and IPE Global today hosted an event aimed at building awareness and encouraging wider participation in Impact Investing in India.

September 14, 2017

Based in USAID/India’s Health Office, the Infectious Diseases (ID) Adviser will ensure well-coordinated and effective delivery of technical and program support across the USAID’s infectious diseases portfolio, which includes Tuberculosis (TB), HIV/AIDS and other emerging infectious diseases (EID) of pandemic threats. The ID Adviser serves as a critical member of the team completing analyses, maintaining relationships, and representing to the Health Office on a range of technical, programmatic, policy, and budget issues. S/he provides senior-level guidance on research, advisory and related consultative services of broad scope and complexity in the field of infectious diseases. The ID Adviser is responsible for designing, managing and evaluating major project initiatives that focus on demand for, supply of and supportive policy environment for infectious diseases.

September 14, 2017

Based in USAID’s Health Office, the Communications and Program Management Adviser is a critical member of the team providing program management, communications and monitoring and evaluation support. The Adviser is responsible for a broad range of consultative, advisory, activity management, monitoring, and information gathering functions. The Adviser is responsible for completing analyses, maintaining relationships, communicating with other development partners, GOI entities, other USG agencies, and USAID senior management, overseeing diverse USAID/W activities, and representing the Health Office on programmatic, communications, budget and monitoring and evaluation issues.


Last updated: April 13, 2018

Share This Page