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April Events: Mark Your Calendars

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Apr 4, 2022

USAID Events

  • April 19, 9 a.m. EDT: USAID’s Industry Liaison team will be hosting a Work with USAID 101 webinar. During the event, the team will share the information you need to know to become a USAID partner. Attend the event. 
  • April 19, 9 a.m. EDT: USAID’s Bureau for Development, Democracy, and Innovation’s Inclusive Development Hub (DDI/ID) is pleased to invite you to attend the second session in a three-part webinar series showcasing USAID projects that are pioneering new approaches and unconventional methodologies to more effectively engage, work with, and empower Indigenous Peoples. Attend the event.
  • April 26, 2 p.m. EDT: USAID will be hosting a Twitter Spaces event with Kimberly Ball, the Director of the OSDBU. Learn more about how your U.S.-based small businesses can find funding opportunities and forge a partnership with the Agency. You do not need a Twitter account in order to tune in to the event. However, if you are on Twitter, you can follow us at @WorkwithUSAID to stay up-to-date. Attend the event.
  • April 26 & 27, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. EDT (in-person, $125/$155): Join USAID and the Society for International Development, Washington Chapter, for “Open Innovation Competitions Bootcamp: Prizes, Challenges, Hackathons, and Grand Challenges” to learn how and when to have open innovation competitions and what USAID looks for in solutions. Attend the event.

Other Events

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.


April 4 | Mozambique 🇲🇿 Responses due for the Request for Information (RFI) for USAID/Mozambique's Justice Strengthening Activity.

April 11 | Sierra Leone/Guinea 🇸🇱🇬🇳 Responses due for the RFI for USAID/Sierra Leone/Guinea Strengthening Integrated Health Services Activity (SIHSA).

April 18 | Tanzania 🇹🇿 Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for a cooperative agreement for USAID/Tanzania's Malaria Surveillance Activity (TMSA). Eligibility is restricted to local Tanzanian NGOs. 

April 21 | Mozambique 🇲🇿 Responses due for Request for Applications (RFA) for USAID Fighting Malaria with Social and Behavioral Change (FMSBC) Program in Mozambique.

April 27 | Egypt 🇪🇬 Responses due for the RFI for USAID/Egypt's anticipated Partnerships for Educational Progress (PEP) Activity.

April 28 | Mali 🇲🇱 Responses due for the amendment with revisions to the Request for Proposals (RFP) for the USAID/Mali Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Platform Activity.

April 29 | Kenya 🇰🇪 Responses due for the solicitation for USAID/Kenya Sustainable, Transformational and Accessible Water Interventions (STAWI) Activity.

April 29 | Ethiopia 🇪🇹 Responses due for the RFI with USAID/Ethiopia for its Supply Chain for Health Improvement Program (SCHIP)


April 8 | Mexico 🇲🇽 Responses due for the Updated RFI Economic Growth, Investment and Trade Project (No. 72052022RFI00002) in USAID/Mexico.

April 11 | Dominican Republic 🇩🇴 Responses due for the RFI for USAID/Dominican Republic's Early Grade Reading and Remediating Education Activity.

April 13 | Gulf of Mexico: Responses due for Amendment with Q&A for the Request for Proposal (RFP) for USAID's Warehousing/Logistics Services for U.S. Gulf of Mexico.

April 15 | Haiti 🇭🇹 Proposals due for USAID/Haiti's Resilient Livestock Market System Activity.

April 29 | Guatemala 🇬🇹 Responses due for the RFI for a potential Rural Electrification in Guatemala Activity

April 29 | Colombia 🇨🇴 Responses due for the Updated RFP for USAID/Colombia's Sustainable Agriculture Activity. 


April 5 | Pakistan 🇵🇰 Request for Quote (RFQ) with USAID/Pakistan for its Entrepreneurship Skill Development Services.

April 5 | Philippines 🇵🇭 Responses due for the presolicitation for USAID/Philippines's Urban Connect. 

April 7 | Cambodia 🇰🇭 Responses due for the RFI with USAID/Cambodia for their Sustainable System Strengthening for Quality Improvement (3S-QI) Activity

April 26 | Nepal 🇳🇵 Responses due for the RFP with USAID/Nepal for their USAID Agricultural Inputs Activity


April 4 | North Macedonia 🇲🇰 Responses due for the RFI for USAID/North Macedonia's Youth Actively Create Opportunities (YACO). 

April 8 | Georgia 🇬🇪 Responses due for the RFA from USAID/Georgia for a Media Program.


April 20 | Jordan 🇯🇴 Responses due for USAID/Jordan's Procurement of Leak Detection and Maintenance Equipment.

April 20 | Jordan 🇯🇴 Responses due for USAID/Jordan's Procurement of Mobile Workshop Vans.


April 18: Applications due for the NOFO for Advancing Food Fortification Opportunities to Reinforce Diets (USAID AFFORD).

April 28: Responses due for RFP No. 7200AA22R00041, Draft Statement of Work Green Cities Mechanism.

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