Civil Society Sustainability Project (CSSP) in Bosnia and Herzegovina

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), through the Regional Contracting Office in Kosovo is seeking applications from local Bosnian Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) for a Cooperative Agreement to fund a program entitled Civil Society Sustainability Project (CSSP) in Bosnia

and Herzegovina (BiH).

The authority for this Request for Applications (RFA) is found in the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended.In support of USAIDÂ’s efforts to develop local capacity and promote sustainability, eligibility to submit applications under this solicitation is limited to local entities.

Subject to the availability of funds, USAID anticipates awarding one cooperative agreement, not to exceed the approximate amount of $8,850,000 in total funding, to a local Bosnian Non-Governmental Organization to be allocated over a five (5) year period.

USAID reserves the right to fund any or none of the applications submitted, and will determine the resulting level of funding for the award.Eligible local Bosnian Non-Governmental Organizations interested in submitting an application are encouraged to read the attached RFA thoroughly to understand the type of program sought and the application submission and evaluation process.

The chosen Recipient(s) will be responsible for ensuring achievement of the program objectives.

Please refer to the Program Description (RFA Section I) for a complete statement of goals and expected outcomes.

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Agency: Agency for International Development

Office: Hungary USAID-Budapest

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