USAID International Health
US Government aims to engage new grant partners
A new federal grants engagement program, which Freedom2Care had advocated for with USAID officials, aims to help you more readily engage with the U.S. Government in federal aid programs.
The New Partnerships Initiative aims to "equip and empower new and underutilized development partners to maximize the impact of American tax dollars. The heart of the NPI is to reach organizations that have limited or no recent experience in working with, and receiving funds from, USAID, which can include U.S. and local communitybased and faith-based partners."
To learn more, click on these links:
USAID New Partnerships
Application Deadline: Sep. 30, 2019
Round 1: Community Health Networks
promoting new and underutilized partnerships to address health priorities to:
prevent child and maternal deaths,
control the HIV/AIDS epidemic and
combat infectious diseases globally
Round 2: Expanding Health Partnerships
diversify and broaden USAID’s partner base
prime award recipient(s) will issue sub-awards to advance health programs at the country level through the engagement of local new and underutilized partners
prime recipient(s) will serve in a mentorship role
Family Planning Program
Review Title X grants from your home
...while gaining experience in federal grants
Peer reviewers are vital to this process because they assist the federal government in awarding funds to only the most qualified applicants.
You may submit your credentials for consideration as a peer reviewer...