Afghanistan USAID-Kabul Grants

The U.S. has spent 17 billion dollars on development programs in Afghanistan since 2002. The Agency for International Development provides the largest bilateral civilian assistance program to Afghanistan.

USAID offers vital support to Afghanistan in its efforts to ensure economic growth led by the private sector, establish a democratic and capable state governed by the rule of law, and provide basic services for its people.



Department of Health and Human Services
 $14,459,302,963 Department of Education
 $7,716,466,933 Department of Labor
 $6,171,899,457 Department of the Interior
 $5,787,559,358 Department of Justice
 $4,409,228,977 Department of Transportation
 $4,027,930,459 Department of State
 $3,685,788,885 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
 $3,577,224,558 Department of Homeland Security
 $3,263,956,125 Department of Housing and Urban Development
 $3,115,200,000 Department of Defense
 $2,912,666,125 Agency for International Development
 $2,450,641,436 National Science Foundation
 $2,017,942,440 Department of Agriculture
 $1,640,315,056 Department of Commerce
 $1,385,882,565 Department of Energy
 $698,051,009 Other Agencies
 $1,308,400,148


As part of its learning agenda and market research, USAID/Afghanistan wants to know what ways we can build upon existing programs to stimulate and improve the access to, quality, and management of...more
Posted On - 2018-05-15


The intent of the BAA is to create high-quality, effective partnerships to pilot new and innovative ways of addressing Afghan enterprises’ and individuals’ obstacles and challenges in...more
Posted On - 2018-05-12


The Promote Scholarship Endowment (PSE) provides a USD 50 million endowment to fund higher education scholarships for qualified Afghan women. The endowment enhances women’s empowerment and...more
Posted On - 2018-04-25




COMAC builds upon previous USAID/Afghanistan programming, including the current Afghan Civilian Assistance Program (ACAP III) activity, which ends in February 2018. The original ACAP program...more
Posted On - 2017-09-21


The main objectives of Afghanistan Job Creation Program (AJCP) are 1) to generate revenue and sustainable jobs by supporting value chain development and 2) to support trade promotion and facilitate...more
Posted On - 2017-06-15


The purpose of the five-year MEGR program, in line with USAID’s Education Strategy’s goal ofimproving reading skills, is to increase the proportion of Afghan children in grades one and two who...more
Posted On - 2015-07-01


This Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) seeks opportunities to co-create, co-design, and collaborate in basic and applied research to incorporate Science, Technology, Innovation and Partnerships (STIP)...more
Posted On - 2015-03-12




REQUEST FOR INFORMATION (RFI) Posting Date: September 25, 2014 Questions and Comments Due Date: Sunday October 5, 2014 23h59pm, Washington, DC Time Opportunity Number: ...more
Posted On - 2014-09-25


Amendment 1 to the RFA - Family Planning, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (FP/MNCH)...more
Posted On - 2014-06-05





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