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USAID 101: USAID Partnering for New Partners, Co-hosted by The Posner Center for International Development

06/08/2021 @ 7:00 am - 8:00 am

USAID 101: USAID Partnering for New Partners, Co-hosted by The Posner Center for International Development
Jun 8, 2021, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EST, Register Here
USAID Funding 101: How to enter and grow in the USAID market

Learn best practices for starting and growing your work with USAID, which distributes more than $21 billion each year! We will share USAID partnering best practices our firms have learned through supporting our client’s work with USAID and USAID prime implementers. Come learn how to start building your organization’s USAID market strategy. The seminar will cover how to learn about USAID funding opportunities, the USAID procurement process, and will give you tools you can take back to your organization to build and grow your USAID work. This will be targeted to international development and aid organizations based outside of Washington, DC that are interested in USAID funding. Please bring your questions about working with USAID!

Learn more about our co-host and the benefits of becoming a member at the Posner Center for International Development here: https://posnercenter.org/

“The Posner Center catalyzes the global development community, at home and abroad, to collaborate for greater impact. We do this by bringing together organizations and building an engaged, thriving, community – a community where people meet and learn about one another, exchange ideas, access shared resources and support, and ultimately combine their expertise to have a greater impact on reducing poverty and social inequities around the world.

The Posner Center leads high-quality programs that strengthen our community to amplify their impact around the globe. Programming and grant-making emphasize the creation of community, strategic connections, learning and sharing across the community, equity and justice, and adoption of evidence-based best practice.

We give our Community of 200 organizations new ways to engage with one another and international development organizations worldwide, and support their efforts to communicate, advocate, and promote their work, and stand shoulder to shoulder in a never-ending demand to do global development better.”


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