Local Governance and Reconciliation Activity (LGRA)

Request for Information (RFI) --- Local Governance and Reconciliation Activity (LGRA) This RFI is issued for the purpose of providing industry an opportunity to review, comment, and propose edits to improve the draft design document for a new USAID/Somalia activity.

As part of the design process

for this proposed activity, USAID/Somalia conducted a robust literature review and donor mapping, and undertook consultations with key Somali stakeholders.

The proposed activity, tentatively titled the Local Governance and Reconciliation Activity (LGRA), will be a five-year cooperative agreement.

Subject to the availability of funds, the anticipated total estimated amount will be approximately $40 million, comprising a core program of $25 million and opportunity module(s) of up to a total of $15 million that would allow LGRA to scale-up in response to windows of opportunity that emerge over the course of implementation.

Please submit your comments to this RFI (no more than five pages) via email to Petrina Williams at pwilliams@usaid.gov with a copy to Aziz Alibhai at aalibhai@usaid.gov with the subject entitled:
“Request for Information (RFI):
Local Governance and Reconciliation Activity (LGRA)”, no later than the date and time stated above.

This Notice can be viewed and downloaded from the Internet at http://grants.gov.

Thank you for your interest in the subject request for information.
Related Programs

USAID Foreign Assistance for Programs Overseas

Agency for International Development

Agency: Agency for International Development

Office: Somalia USAID-Mogadishu

Estimated Funding: $25,000,000

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Eligible applicants must be 1) psychology schools and programs with doctoral programs in clinical and/or counseling psychology or 2) state and local governments, or other appropriate public or private nonprofit entities serving vulnerable and underserved

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