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USAID: Peru New Partnerships and Private Sector Engagement Initiative

USAID: Peru New Partnerships and Private Sector Engagement Initiative

Deadline: 24-Mar-22

The United States Agency for International Development in Peru (USAID/Peru) seeks applications from non- and for-profit organizations to participate in USAID/Peru’s New Partnerships and Private Sector Engagement Initiative – Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO)/ Annual Program Statement (APS).

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Peru New Partnerships and Private Sector Engagement Initiative seeks to engage the private and civil sectors in priority areas, as defined by the Government of Peru (GOP) and the United States Government (USG).

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This Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO)/Annual Program Statement (APS) is authorized in accordance with the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and is intended to increase the sustainability and impact of USAID/Peru’s development assistance through the private sector and related partnerships in the following areas:
Alternative Development (AD)
Environmental and Sustainable Growth (ESG)
South America Regional/Amazon Regional Environment Program (SAR/AREP)
Democracy, Human Rights and Governance (DRG)
Regional Migration and Health Office (RMHO)
COVID-19 Pandemic (COVID).
Funding Information

The total amount of funding to be awarded will depend on the variety and quality of the concepts USAID/Peru receives but is estimated at approximately $20 million US Dollars with an envisioned about 5-10 individual awards. USAID/Peru reserves the right to fund any, or none, of the concept papers submitted.
Concept Papers should have a request of at least USD $250,000.
The period of performance must be 60 months or less.
Eligibility Criteria

USAID/Peru is targeting both potential Resource Partners and Implementing Partners or a combination of the two for Peru New Partnerships and Private Sector Engagement Initiative.
Resource Partners can be U.S. or non-U.S. private sector businesses, foundations, financial institutions, entrepreneurs, investors, philanthropists, and others who can identify and suggest ways to use their financial or other resources to collaborate with USAID/Peru.
Implementing Partners are non-governmental or private sector entities (forand non-profit) that can engage and work with Resource Partners. Implementing Partners may provide the leverage themselves (which cannot include USG funding from other sources). Still, the preference is that they secure outside funding from a Resource Partner for the projects they propose to implement.
Implementing Partners applying for USAID funding should fall under the definition of USAID’s New Partner Initiative, i.e., they need to be either a “New Partner”: An individual or organization that has not received any funding from USAID as a prime partner over the last five years, or they must be an “Underutilized Partner”: An organization that has received less than $25 million in direct or indirect awards from USAID over the past five years. USAID/Peru will accept Concept Notes from implementers who do not meet this criterion, but the evaluation criteria will give preference to “New” and “Underutilized” partners.
For more information, visit https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=332370

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