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"Support to policy making and planning for social inclusion of disadvantaged groups and communities in South-East Asia"

The United States Agency for International Development, Regional Development Mission in Asia (USAID/RDMA) intends to release a solicitation for an Indefinite Quantity Contract (IQC) through which USAID Missions in the Asia region can easily access services. The IQC will be awarded to a single contractor that may be either an organization or firm from an assistance-eligible country in Asia, or a US organization or firm, with capability to provide capacity development services directly in countries where such services are needed. The contractor will provide local capacity development expertise in any country where a task order to which they respond is initiated.

There is currently no incumbent contractor performing the work.

USAID launched an ambitious reform agenda in 2010, USAID Forward, to ensure that the Agency and its partners efficiently, effectively and inclusively address the global challenges of today and achieve results that outlast its assistance in the future. One of USAID Forward's key objectives is the Local Solutions initiative, an ambitious effort to increase the impact of USAID's foreign assistance by working directly with local NGOs and government. The Local Solutions objective focuses on developing the capacity of local development organizations and host country partners to increase aid effectiveness and sustainability. Local Solutions recognizes that to respond successfully and sustainably to today's development challenges, we must harness each country's unique assets and promote conditions where local actors meet their own development needs.

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Additional Information

Country: Indonesia
Website: https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=e3bdb68f15aa427236d46fbdeba6598a&tab=core&_cview=0
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Source: The United States Agency for International Development, Regional Development Mission in Asia
When: 04/3/2014

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