Usaid Bilateral Agreements
To learn more about USAID`s work in Egypt, please read www.usaid.gov/egypt and follow facebook and Twitter at @USAIDEgypt. Cairo – On August 4, Egypt and the United States signed four amendments to the $59 million bilateral aid agreement through the U.S. Agency for International Development. This aid will support Egypt`s development priorities in the areas of health, higher education, trade, investment, science and technology. In line with Egypt`s EU-wide EU-wide sustainable development strategy at EU level, the agreements promote open and business-oriented development. “These health agreements; Education Trade and investment Science and technology reflect our strong and lasting partnership with the Ministry of Investment and International Cooperation and our ongoing commitment to the economic and social integration of the Egyptian people,” said Sherry F. Carlin, Missionary Director of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in Egypt. Once these steps are complete, USAID will award the award to the selected organization. In most cases, the organization is invited to a post-price conference to discuss the project and verify the terms of the price.
In addition, throughout the implementation period, the organization may contact the delegated representative for the contract contract or the contract agent (COR/AOR), who is named in the price of the technical guidelines. All questions relating to the award are addressed to the contractual or contractual representative. USAID`s technical assistance activities under this agreement will enhance the capabilities of Vietnamese small and growth enterprises, including those led by vulnerable groups, by facilitating access to technology, business management capabilities and capital to improve competitiveness. The agreement will also foster entrepreneurship; Enable Vietnamese start-ups to establish closer links with companies, private equity and other support organizations in international innovation and start-up ecosystems; and the strengthening of the quality human capital needed for a strong knowledge economy. USAID defines the expected outcomes for various activities that can be funded by an A-A Award. Organizations interested in cooperating with us submit a proposal in response to a call outlining the program and explaining how USAID will make its decision.