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USAID worked with partners in 2010 to distribute hygiene kits and to survivors of Indonesia’s 7.5 magnitude earthquake.
USAID worked with partners in 2010 to distribute life-saving hygiene kits and other relief supplies to survivors of Indonesia’s 7.5 magnitude earthquake.
Danumurthi Mahendra, USAID/OFDA

USAID works with partners to respond to humanitarian crises around the world.

Announcements

On October 18, 2019, USAID/OFDA launched the new Application and Award Management Portal (AAMP).  This is a single platform for organizations to submit applications (formerly referred to as proposals) and report results.  Applicants are required to submit applications for grants and cooperative agreements through the portal.  The portal also houses the Award Results Tracking (ART) system for report submission.  Existing ART users can use their current log-in information to access AAMP.   An AAMP user guide is available within the portal.  Please email aamp@ofda.gov with any technical questions.

Submitting an Application

If your organization would like to become a USAID disaster response partner, the Application Guidelines are intended to assist organizations in the preparation of applications for new awards and award modifications for submission to USAID’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (USAID/OFDA). The Guidelines lay out considerations relevant to the application review and award process and outline the main components of an unsolicited application. The Guidelines also contain Sector Requirements for each of the humanitarian sectors that USAID/OFDA funds.

If your organization would like to submit an application with the Office of Food for Peace (USAID/FFP), visit the Food Assistance Emergency Programs page for more information.

USAID’s Annual Program Statements (solicited applications) can be found on www.grants.gov.

USAID/OFDA Resources

Guidance and templates related to program activities can be found on the Resources page.

The Field Operations Guide (FOG) (PDF) version 4.0 is a reference tool developed by USAID/OFDA for individuals sent to disaster sites as a member of a Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART).

USAID/OFDA annual reports detail the major humanitarian crises that USAID/OFDA responded to each year.

Related Sectors of Work 

Last updated: October 18, 2019

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