Batas waktu: 12 Juli 2013
Syarat: Organisasi yang telah teregistrasi resmi.
Awards: Grants up to up to $9,000,000 (nine million) USD. Sub-awards may range from $300,000 up to $1,500,000USD per organization.
The Advancing Partners and Communities (APC) is a five-year project funded and managed by USAID’s Office of Population and Reproductive Health and implemented by JSI Research and Training Institute, Inc (JSI). APC has announced a new call for proposals to providegrants in developing countries.
Qualified organizations are invited to submit proposals to the JSI in support of wheelchair service developmentin less resourced settings. The goal of the award is for people with disabilities in developing countries to have greater access to affordable and appropriate wheelchairs and services.
JSI is acting at the request of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). All grants awarded under this solicitation will be sub-grants from APC. The Advancing Partners & Communities Project is a USAID Cooperative Agreement awarded to JSI for the purpose of providing grants solicitation, award, technical assistance andmanagement services on behalf of the USAID Bureau of Global Health and USAID Missions. It is anticipated that onegrant of $9 Million USD for a project of up to four years will be awarded. It is expected that the project will be implemented in at least five countries and utilize at least ten sub-awards to qualified wheelchair providers. The Application should encompass activities that 1) expand the provision of wheelchairs; 2) provide training for wheelchair service personnel; and 3)foster an enabling environment toward effective wheelchair service management and development.
The total award for this project, including sub-awards, will be up to $9,000,000 (nine million) USD. Sub-awards may range from $300,000 up to $1,500,000USD per organization.
Organizations may receive only one sub-award; however, the single sub-award may support activities in one or more countries.
Applications must be submitted in English by July 12, 2013, at 1 PM EDT/5 PM GMT. For more information, visit this link.
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