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Implementing Partner Opportunities

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USAID partners with organizations through an acquisition (contract) or assistance (grant or cooperative agreement) award, depending on the type of work, the purpose of the funding, and the nature of the relationship between the Agency and the implementing partner. 

Awards for either acquisition or assistance awards typically include indicators and results, budget, and other terms and conditions applicable to the work performed under the award. 

We expect our development partners to achieve high performance and partner with us to provide sustainable development solutions to beneficiaries in the countries we work in around the world.

See Our Process diagram for a comprehensive overview of the main steps in USAID's Acquisition & Assistance award process.

Contact us at vietnam.partnerships@usaid.gov if you have questions or need additional information.

Read about unsolicited proposals.

To find out more about how you can work with USAID, visit: https://www.usaid.gov/work-usaid/how-to-work-with-usaid

Request for Proposal (RFP) to Develop Social Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Initiatives to reduce demand for rhino, ivory, and pangolin products in Vietnam: USAID Saving Species is a USAID's flagship implementation vehicle for combating wildlife trafficking in Vietnam and implemented by Tetra Tech in partnership with Vietnam CITES Management Authority of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. The Wildlife Trade Monitoring Network in Vietnam (TRAFFIC Vietnam) and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) are also project partners.

You are kindly invited to submit a technical and financial proposal for the requested services described in the USAID Saving Species Program’s Request for Proposal No. 2019 – 01 (with Appendices). Closing Date for Submission of Proposal: 1 March 2019.

Global Grant Opportunities:

  • TB Local Organizations Network Project: USAID is proud to announce the TB Local Organizations Network (LON) Annual Program Statement (APS), as a key component of the USAID Global Accelerator to End Tuberculosis. Through LON, USAID seeks to partner directly with local organizations in USAID TB priority countries to implement locally generated solutions to improve TB diagnosis, treatment, and prevention services. Partnering directly with local organizations, including civil society organizations, faith-based organizations, private sector service delivery provider organizations, and academic institutions, LON prioritizes country empowerment and accountability to improve TB services, and leverages additional resources in USAID TB priority countries. Interested local organizations in USAID TB priority countries are encouraged to review the APS on grants.gov by visiting the website below and following the instructions to submit a Concept Paper. The complete announcement is available at: https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/searchgrants.html?keywords=7200AA19APS00001
  • USAID's open innovation program - Development Innovation Ventures - is accepting applications to test and scale breakthrough solutions to any global development challenge. DIV provides tiered grant funding ($50,000 to $5,000,000) to test new ideas and advance solutions that demonstrate rigorous evidence of impact, cost-effectiveness, and a viable pathway to scale.
  • USAID's Partnerships for Enhanced Engagement in Research (PEER) Program is a competitive award program that invites scientists in developing countries to apply for funds to support research and capacity building activities on topics relevant and interesting to USAID. The PEER program seeks one year research projects that need the last and most critical data for development impact. The proposal deadline is January 14, 2019. To learn more, visit: www.nas.edu/peer

Assistance (Grant or Cooperative Agreement)

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Assistance (Grant or Cooperative Agreement)
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Last updated: December 09, 2019

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