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April 18, 2016

USAID/Niger is seeking a Health Officer who will support the design, implementation and monitoring of
its health programs. Niger offers the opportunity to address some of the greatest public health
challenges of our time. USAID/Niger manages a dynamic health program that includes activities
related to nutrition, resilience, family planning/reproductive health, maternal and child health and
infectious disease. The Mission works closely with the Government of Niger, other donors,

February 17, 2016
The purpose of this document is to modify the Call for Partnership Concept Papers for Senegal - USAID Senegal RFA-625-16-000001 issued on December 11, 2015.
January 12, 2016
Following Niger’s return to democratic rule in 2010, the Government of Niger
committed to fighting corruption, increasing transparency, and ensuring that
proper management of the country’s natural resources benefits all Nigeriens.
Niger’s National Assembly plays a key role in advancing reforms needed to
strengthen governance and consolidate recent democratic gains vital to furthering
the country’s development. The potential revenue from extractive industries in
January 12, 2016

The vast majority of Nigeriens rely on subsistence agriculture and the region’s frequent droughts lead to poor harvests and regular food shortages. Chronic food insecurity and infectious disease have resulted in some of the highest rates of malnutrition and mortality in the world. As of January 2015, United Nations estimates placed Niger’s food-insecure population at nearly 3.4 million people. Over 40 percent of Nigerien children under 5 years old are chronically malnourished and the country’s 14.8 percent rate of global acute malnutrition exceeds the World Health Organization’s threshold of serious concern of 10 percent.

January 12, 2016


Last updated: April 18, 2016

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