Grants

Advancing Partners & Communities (APC) is positioned to address local capacity across family planning, HIV, maternal and child health, nutrition, and control of infectious disease. APC has a specific focus on conducting strategic solicitations for family planning programs to test innovations, conducting pilots, and expanding community-based services.

Request for Applications (RFA) Process

Photo of a general practitioner examining a babyGeneral practitioner at the Rural Care Centers examining a baby. Photo: Matluba Mukhamedova/World Bank

APC's approach for the sub-grant process is flexible and adaptable in order to meet the needs of USAID missions as well as technical teams and grantees. The grants solicitation & management (GSM) team will serve as a "one-stop shop" for USAID and grantees, as appropriate, from solicitation design to grant close-out.

Funding for APC projects can come from multiple sources. Core funding will be used to conduct two to three solicitations per year. To meet additional needs, APC will be available to USAID to support the design of a grant program and strategy and to work with USAID technical staff to develop the technical, managerial, and administrative sections of grant solicitations.

Please note, APC does not accept unsolicited applications from organizations looking for funding. Organizations interested in applying for funding through APC should monitor the Current Solicitation section of the website.

Current RFAs

  1. Questions Due Date: October 16, 2014 - 5:00am
    Final Proposal Due Date: November 7, 2014 - 5:00am