Results for New Partners
Tips from a Local Partner: How a Female-Fronted Foundation Approaches USAID Partnership
Tucked amidst rice terraces and forests lining the hills of Tublay, a municipality of Benguet in the Philippines’s Luzon island, stand the training center and offices of Alay sa Kapatid Foundation (AKAP).
Five Ways USAID/West Bank Gaza Supports Local Partners for a More Sustainable Impact
The West Bank and Gaza Mission is providing tools to empower local partners to work with USAID as influential changemakers—while also listening to and learning from them to enhance development practices.
The Path to Prime Partnership: Insights from a Local Partner
USAID's local partner, PASMO, shares information about their path to partnership, challenges they faced along the way, and tips for new local entities interested in pursuing USAID funding.
Five Global Food Security Partners Advancing the Agriculture Sector
This World Food Day, we are highlighting five champions for food security and the agriculture sector from the WorkwithUSAID.org Partner Directory. Explore what these USAID partners are bringing to the table for their communities.
Answering Your USAID Funding Questions
Get answers to some of your most pressing USAID funding questions and point you to valuable funding resources on WorkwithUSAID.org.
Navigating the SAM.gov Unique Entity Identifier Process
Registration in federal systems is one of the first steps a potential partner must take when preparing to compete for USAID funding opportunities. Registration has always been a multi-step process, but this year the system has undergone some major changes. Read this blog to learn more about the new System for Award Management (SAM) Unique Entity Identifier (UEI) process.
Six Tips for Growing Your USAID Partnership
Tessie Catsambas smiles as she remembers the days when her company, EnCompass, was small and had just started its USAID partnership journey. “When we started EnCompass,” recalled Catsambas, the company’s Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer, “we were just two [staff] and a year later, we were three. Our first USAID subcontract came a couple of years later, and was not huge, but for a tiny company like us, it felt big.”