Bangladesh USAID-Dhaka Grants

Bangladesh is committed to becoming a middle-income country by 2021, its 50th year of independence. The Agency for International Development supports achievement of this goal by promoting democratic institutions and practices, economic opportunity, effective health and education services, food security, responsiveness to climate change, and preparedness and response to natural disasters.



Department of Health and Human Services
 $17,142,029,311 Department of Labor
 $8,284,224,457 Department of Education
 $7,914,466,933 Department of the Interior
 $6,062,761,789 Department of Justice
 $4,768,180,433 Department of State
 $4,154,196,774 Department of Transportation
 $4,091,120,459 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
 $3,586,952,674 Department of Homeland Security
 $3,304,282,219 Department of Housing and Urban Development
 $3,289,411,527 Department of Defense
 $2,972,029,894 Agency for International Development
 $2,866,679,395 National Science Foundation
 $2,526,923,630 Department of Agriculture
 $1,848,216,556 Department of Commerce
 $1,618,555,565 Department of Energy
 $1,050,783,010 Other Agencies
 $1,944,826,776


Bangladesh’s ecosystems and biodiversity have suffered severe degradation due to rapid economic growth, unplanned urbanization, severe pollution, weak environmental governance, major...more
Posted On - 2019-09-11


Dear Prospective Applicants: The United States Government, represented by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID/Bangladesh) is seeking Concept Papers from qualified...more
Posted On - 2019-05-28


ADDENDUM, USAID/BANGLADESH: CALL FOR PARTNERSHIP CONCEPT PAPERS FOR COX’S BAZAR CONFLICT PREVENTION AND COMMUNITY RESILIENCE PROGRAM (OUTSIDE OF THE REFUGEE CAMPS) UNDER EXISTING NEW...more
Posted On - 2019-05-15




The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in Bangladesh, is publishing the subject Request for Information in order to obtain information and comments from all interested public...more
Posted On - 2019-04-08


The Bangladesh Zero TB Cities Project will provide a comprehensive package of TB prevention, detection, diagnosis, and treatment services in high TB transmission areas and people at high risk of TB...more
Posted On - 2018-06-14


This announcement is a Request for Information (RFI), issued solely for information and planning purposes, and does not constitute a Request for Applications (RFA). the subject Request for...more
Posted On - 2018-03-21


The United States Agency for International Development in Bangladesh (USAID/Bangladesh) seeks to invest in people, networks and institutions to make democracy in Bangladesh more accountable,...more
Posted On - 2017-11-16




Referring to FAR 52.215-3 Request for Information (Oct. 1997), the United States Government, represented by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) at its Mission in...more
Posted On - 2017-06-05


The USAID Bangladesh Mission invites all interested international and local organizations with experience and or interest in carrying out a multi-sectoral nutrition activity to attend a consultative...more
Posted On - 2016-10-24





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