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USAID depends on the work of our partners around the world to achieve our mission of promoting and demonstrating democratic values and advancing a free, peaceful, and prosperous world. Existing and prospective partners may add their organization to the Partner Directory on WorkwithUSAID.org to boost visibility and showcase impact to USAID and other stakeholders.

USAID harnesses the expertise and innovation of countless organizations across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to address development challenges with groundbreaking solutions.

Explore the diverse organizations that partner with us.

Locally Led Partnerships

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USAID’s Locally Led Development Initiatives team (LLDI) offers a range of uniquely flexible programs, opportunities, tools, and research that support local ownership and leadership throughout the development process.

U.S. Government Agencies & Military

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USAID coordinates closely with other U.S. government agencies and the military to ensure that federal expertise, capabilities and resources are best leveraged to meet development goals.

Researchers, Scientists, And Innovators

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Innovation can come from anywhere: a researcher in a university, a local person who has deep contextual knowledge, an entrepreneur with a budding startup.

Universities

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USAID has a long-tradition of working with universities to harness their intellectual, research, community engagement and capacity building expertise to address some of the toughest development challenges.

Corporations

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The private sector serves as an engine of economic growth and a powerful force for helping to reduce poverty. USAID works in partnership with companies to tap the power of their capital, expertise and global reach to contribute to the scale, sustainability and impact of development solutions.

Small Business

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USAID works with U.S. small and large businesses to provide maximum practicable small business participation in USAID procurements.

Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)

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USAID partners with Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in delivering assistance to countries recovering from disaster, trying to escape poverty, and engaging in democratic reforms.

In-Country Partners

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In host countries USAID works with a wide range of in-country partners, including individuals, businesses, non-governmental and governmental organizations (both not-for-profit and for-profit), cooperatives, associations, academic and vocational institutions (both public and private).

Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

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Faith-based and community organizations serve some of the most vulnerable populations in the world. They are often the first in and the last to leave, and uniquely qualified to identify and meet local needs.

Diaspora

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With roots around the world, diasporans are uniquely positioned to amplify and sustain global growth. As these populations grow, so does their potential for impact as they transfer resources, knowledge, and ideas back to their home countries.

Humanitarian Responders

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Americans are quick to assist those in need. USAID works to build partnerships between private donors and federal agencies to help respond to humanitarian crises around the world.

Bilateral and Multilateral Donors

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Bilateral and multilateral donors, like USAID and other providers of development assistance, share decades of development knowledge and expertise and provide billions of dollars to foster self-reliance in developing countries.

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