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June Events: Mark Your Calendars

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Jun 1, 2022

USAID Events

  • June 2, 8 a.m. ET: “Identifying Private Sector Engagement Opportunities: A Tool for USAID Partners.” More information.
  • June 7, 9 a.m. ET: In partnership with Freedom House, USAID Administrator Samantha Power will deliver a foreign policy address. Attend the event.
  • June 7, 2 p.m. ET: FY 2022 Quarter 3 Business Forecast & Partner Update Webinar. Attend the event.
  • June 15, 10 a.m. ET: “How to Work with USAID” Twitter Space at @WorkwithUSAID. Listen here.
  • June 23, 1 p.m. ET: Dialogue with USAID Administrator Samantha Power and Ambassador Chantale Wong, U.S. Director of the Asian Development Bank, on LGBTQI+ inclusive development. Register to attend. 
  • June 30 | Tunis, Tunisia 🇹🇳 USAID Industry Day (in-person). If your organization would like to attend, please send your contact information (name, title, organization name and email address) by June 20, 2022, to Tunisiasolicitations@usaid.govMore information.

 


 

Selected Funding Opportunity Due Dates*

*All current USAID opportunities can be found on SAM.gov (contracts) and Grants.gov (grants and cooperative agreements). Don't see an opportunity in your country? Check out USAID's Business Forecast to see anticipated upcoming opportunities.

AFRICA

June 8 | Ethiopia 🇪🇹 Request for Information (RFI) for USAID/Ethiopia's Community Nutrition Activity

June 13 | Malawi 🇲🇼 Request for Proposals (RFP) for USAID/Malawi's Secondary Education Expansion for Development (SEED) Rural Group 2 Activity

June 13 | Ghana 🇬🇭 RFI for the Strengthening Accountability in Ghana’s Education System (SAGES) Activity

June 14 | Tunisia 🇹🇳 RFI from USAID/Tunisia for a Civil Society Activity

June 16 | Zambia 🇿🇲 RFI for the Design of Local Partner Capacity Development Contract 

June 23: RFI for the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) 

June 23 | Kenya 🇰🇪 Call for concept notes via USAID/Kenya’s Sustainable, Transformational and Accessible Water Interventions (STAWI) Addendum to the Diversifying Partnerships in WASH Program (DiP-WASH) Annual Program Statement (APS)

June 23 | Zimbabwe 🇿🇼 Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for the Sustaining Prevention, Care and Support Services for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) Activity

June 24 | Zimbabwe 🇿🇼 Solicitation for the Partnership for Justice (P4J)

June 27 | Kenya 🇰🇪 RFP for HELIX Addendum - Employment Pathways for Youth 

June 27 | Sierra Leone 🇸🇱 Request for Applications (RFA) for the Civic Engagement in Local Governance for Accountability (CELGA) 

THE AMERICAS

June 1 | El Salvador 🇸🇻 RFI for USAID's Bilateral Water Activity

June 3: NPI Annual Program Statement for USAID/Bureau of Latin America and the Caribbean LAC Regional Higher Education Scholarships for Youth Workforce Development Activity 

June 3 | Haiti 🇭🇹 RFI for USAID/Haiti's anticipated Resilient Environment South Activity

June 17 | Dominican Republic 🇩🇴 RFP for the New Justice and Security for All Activity 

June 17 | Colombia 🇨🇴 RFP for the Destination Nature Activity

June 30 | Dominican Republic ​🇩🇴​ NOFO for the Building Resilience amongst Families affected with HIV Activity

ASIA

June 3 | Thailand 🇹🇭 Request for Quote for the U--Virtual Critical and Strategic Thinking Skills Training 

June 14 | Philippines 🇵🇭 Updated RFP with amendment for the Urban Connect Activity

June 15 | Nepal 🇳🇵 Solicitation for the USAID Agricultural Inputs Activity

June 20 | Vietnam 🇻🇳 RFP for the  Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative - Mekong Leadership Program 

June 21 | Tajikistan 🇹🇯 NOFO for USAID/Tajikistan's Tuberculosis (TB) Bilateral Activity

EUROPE & EURASIA

June 13 | Bosnia and Herzegovina 🇧🇦 RFA for the Philanthropy in Action Activity 

June 30 | Serbia 🇷🇸 RFP for Strengthening Citizen Engagement Activity in Serbia 

MIDDLE EAST

June 7 | West Bank and Gaza 🇵🇸 RFI for the Communications and Outreach Services Activity

June 14 | Syria 🇸🇾 RFI for USAID's anticipated Humanitarian Monitoring Project in Syria 

OTHER

June 3: Updated sources sought for USAID/M/OAA Support Which Implements Fast Transitions (SWIFT) Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ)

June 3: Applications due for the Digital Development Awards (Digis)! The Digis will be awarded to USAID-funded projects and activities that have (1) directly deployed a digital technology or suite of technologies or (2) provided support to digital ecosystem actors to extend digital technology access and/or uptake.

June 6: RFA for the USAID Youth Excel global grant competition for local, youth-led organizations

June 6: Solicitation for USAID/M/OAA Green Recovery Investment Platform (GRIP) 

June 6: Amendment with Q&A for the RFP for the USAID Bureau for Resilience and Food Security's (USAID/RFS) Green Recovery Investment Platform (GRIP)

June 10: Amendment to an RFP to support the President’s Malaria Initiative as well as USAID Missions and Bureaus with malaria programs and provide technical services for the prevention of malaria through vector control

June 13: Amendment to the RFP for USAID's Integrated Procurement Service Agent (PSA) Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) within the Next Generation Global Health Supply Chain Suite of Programs (NextGen)

Interested in responding but not sure if you're ready to partner with USAID? Take the Pre-Engagement Assessment on WorkwithUSAID.org! This 46-question self-assessment will help you understand your organization's readiness and provide resources to help build your capacity.

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