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Madagascar USAID-Antananarivo Grants
The US and Madagascar have been partners in development for over 30 years. U.S. assistance to Madagascar dates back to the early 1960s, consisting mostly of emergency food aid, loans and grants.
The USAID Madagascar field office was officially opened in September 1984 to support policy reform, economic stabilization, and rehabilitation efforts underway at the time.
The United States Agency for International Development Mission to Madagascar (USAID/Madagascar) is seeking applications for a Cooperative Agreement from qualified U.S. and Non-U.S....more
Posted On - 2018-02-27
The purpose of ACCESS activity is to build the capacity of Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) actors at the district level and below in all districts in the implementation regions, to design, develop,...more
Posted On - 2017-09-18
USAID Madagascar is soliciting feedback on the draft Program Description for the implementation of the Community Capacity for Health program in Madagascar. Please provide your comments to Ms. Sandy...more
Posted On - 2015-05-18
USAID/Madagascar is seeking comments on the Concept Paper for a new Environment and Biodiversity project in Madagascar. The Mission would like to acquire additional technical insight of our...more
Posted On - 2014-11-17
This solicitation is to seek applications from eligible Applicants, for a program that is to improve health among key target groups by creating demand for and ensuring widespread access to...more
Posted On - 2012-04-27
Pursuant to the authority contained in the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, the United States Agency for International Development Mission in Madagascar (USAID/Madagascar), through the...more
Posted On - 2010-05-03
John Brothers, Principal of Quidoo Consulting, writes about the Montreal-based company Bixi who are mostly known for its Bixi Bikes. Just recently, Bixi filed for bankruptcy protection. The reason? Bixi is in major financial distress and its bikes have proven to be too “expensive to build, operate and maintain”.