Public-Private Alliances forged to increase access to, and improve the quality, equity, and efficiency of basic health, nutrition and education services.
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PUBLIC-PRIVATE ALLIANCES FORGED TO INCREASE ACCESS TO, AND IMPROVE THE QUALITY, EQUITY, AND EFFICIENCY OF BASIC HEALTH, NUTRITION AND EDUCATION SERVICES.
May 18, 2004 This is a FINAL RFA intended for the receipt of applications from interested organizations. Closing time for receipt of applications is 14:00 hours Guatemala Time. Applications shall be submitted to the following address: Regional Contracting Office USAID/Guatemala-CAP Attn.: Mrs. Sergia Maria Archila 1a. Calle 7-66, Zona 9 Guatemala City, Guatemala 01009
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Jun 17, 2004
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Applicants Eligible for this Grant
Unrestricted (i.e., open to any type of entity above), subject to any clarification in text field entitled "Additional Information on Eligibility"
Additional Information on Eligibility
USAID envisions that alliances will be established with an extensive range of partners. These would include some traditional agency partners such as U.S. Local NGOs and NGO networks, foundations and academic institutions, but also - and this be a priority - alliances would be forged with non-traditional partners in the private sector including corporations, businesses, trade associations, civic groups, faith-based organizations, industry groups, remittance organizations, service clubs and individual and group philanthropies.
The purpose of this Modification No. 1 is to: a) provide explanation to prospective applicants, and b) provide a list of organizations interested in participating in FINAL RFA No. 520-A-04-027.