Mali USAID -Bamako Grants

The USAID mission in Mali uses funds from the American people to increase Malians’ incomes and well-being, improve health and education standards, and provide tools to govern effectively and transparently.

USAID Mali has five main programs: high impact health services, improved quality of basic education, shared democratic governance through decentralization, accelerated economic growth, and communications for development



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


Through this NFO, USAID/Mali aims to support a suite ofcollaborative activities that support the Mali Country Plan of the GFSS, whichis also referred to as “Feed the Future” or...more
Posted On - 2019-10-18


The United States Government, represented by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission in Mali, is seeking feedback for three planned activities: “Integrated Community...more
Posted On - 2019-03-11


This Amendment 1 provides questions to interested...more
Posted On - 2017-09-12




The purpose of this APS is to solicit innovative concept papers from international and local organizations that can propose the best approach for blind and deaf inclusive education in Mali. This will...more
Posted On - 2016-07-27


This Activity aims to improve public accountability in Mali by increasing and strengthening citizens’ role in the process. This goal will be achieved by 1) strengthening mechanisms of bottom-up...more
Posted On - 2015-11-18


The purpose of the Education Recovery Support Activity (ERSA) is to increase equitable access to learning opportunities for out-of-school children and youth in the affected conflict regions of...more
Posted On - 2015-02-12


The United States Agency for International Development in Mali (USAID/Mali) is issuing this Request for Applications (RFA) for a new Social and Behavior Change Communications (SBCC) and Social...more
Posted On - 2014-04-04




The “Mali High Impact Health Services II" Activity is designed to assist the GOM MOH to improve and expand select high impact health services and ending preventable child and maternal deaths by...more
Posted On - 2014-03-21


This APS solicits applications that support the goal to improve nutritional status of women and children, with a special emphasis on building resilience through the prevention and treatment of...more
Posted On - 2013-04-19





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A Call For More Social Enterprises

The Social Economy Alliance, created by 23 social enterprises, co-operatives and charities, have conducted a poll that shows “clear preference exists for community-owned businesses that reinvest profits, with around half of consumers saying they would switch to one in housing, transport and banking.”




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