Thursday, 8 March 2012

USAID’s Global Development Alliance inviting NGOs and Private Sector to address development challenges

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has issued the Annual Program Statement (APS) for the FY2012 Global Development Alliance (GDA) which brings together NGOs and the for-profit agencies together under the public-private partnership to address critical development challenges worldwide.

Under this APS, USAID is inviting the private sector for a mutually beneficial partnership where resources from both the parties will be leveraged equally leading to an increase in the sustainable impact of development assistance programs. Apart from the private sector, USAID has also opened the invitation to submit project ideas that reach out to the private sector and explore ways in which collaboration might help all the partners to more effectively solve key problems, advance respective interests and achieve far greater development results and impacts.

The alliances developed under the APS must support one or more of USAID’s core development initiatives and advance the development objectives and priorities that guide USAID’s development assistance programs and investments.

Only concept notes have to be submitted initially. Fully applications will be requested after review of concept notes. These have to be submitted at USAID Missions and B/IOs (i.e. regional bureaus, pillar bureaus, offices) of the USAID.

USAID will consider alliance concept papers as they arrive throughout the issuance period of the APS. However, resources are limited and we expect a significant number of submissions. The earlier a concept paper is received the greater the chance that funding might be available. The APS is issued annually and is open from date of release in 2012 until January 31, 2013.

For more information, visit and search by funding opportunity number for: APS-OAA-12-000003

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