Grant funds are being used to provide technical assistance, applied research, technical training, and cooperative education activities in more than 20 countries of Africa, Asia and the Near East, Europe and Eurasia, Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Agency for International Development is an independent Federal government agency that provides economic and humanitarian assistance in more than 100 countries to ensure a better future for us all.
|Recipient||Amount||Start Date||End Date|
|Ankawa Humanitarian Committee Of Erbil||$ 2,500,000||   ||2020-10-01||2022-09-30|
|International Budget Partnership||$ 240,000||   ||2018-01-01||2022-05-31|
|International Bank For Reconstruction And Development||$ 4,157,000||   ||2017-01-03||2019-12-31|
|Center For Strategic And International Studies (inc)||$ 50,000||   ||2018-09-28||2019-06-28|
|Jeeon Llc||$ 95,500||   ||2015-06-15||2018-06-14|
|Organis Cooperation Developp Economique||$ 280,000||   ||2007-09-28||2008-12-31|
|$ 0||   |
|$ 0||   |
|$ 0||   |
|$ 0||   |
In fiscal year 2002, 8 grants were extended through FY 2004.
Uses and Use Restrictions
Grant funds may be used, among other things, for basic feasibility studies and providing technical assistance or advisory services to cooperatives, private voluntary and other non-governmental organizations, governments and groups of individuals that wish to develop new cooperatives or improve existing cooperatives.
Emphasis is given to developing, testing and implementing solutions to major issues facing international cooperative development including, but not limited to, governance, modern management, cooperative legislation and regulation, achieving scale and salience.
Applicants eligible are U.S.
cooperatives and recognized cooperative development organizations (CDOs) that are organically-linked to cooperatives and groups of cooperatives and whose demonstrated capabilities are broadly consistent with USAID's strategic objectives.
Cooperatives and their members in USAID eligible countries.
Evidence of legal capacity, economic feasibility, and financial responsibility relative to the activity for which assistance is requested.
Aplication and Award Process
As may be specified in a published Request for Applications (RFA).
This program is excluded from coverage under E.O.
As may be specified in a published Request for Applications. This would normally include, but would not necessarily be limited to Forms SF-424 and 424A, as well as the applicant organization's name, address, contact person and information; project objectives; funding and budget; proposed partners; executive summary, organizational overview, program description, program management and structure; monitoring and impact assessment; cost proposal with budget narrative; planning matrix; staffing plans with resumes of key personnel; letters from proposed partners evidencing knowledge of the program and agreement to participate; evidence of concurrence from USAID missions in countries of proposed implementation; and a summary of USAID-financed activities conducted over the three years preceding the application.
Applications are submitted to the Cooperatives Coordinator, Office of Private and Voluntary Cooperation, Democracy, Conflict and Humanitarian Assistance Bureau. All applications are reviewed by committees that include a technical reviewer with knowledge of the specific area of cooperation concerned as well as knowledgeable USAID officials drawn from different Bureaus. Each application is scored by all participating USAID officials using criteria incorporated in the Request for Applications. Awards are given based on relative scores.
Specified in the published Request for Applications which appear on the DCHA/PVC web site and in the Federal Register.
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