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October 2, 2017

As per the Foreign Assistance Act (FAA) of 1961, as amended, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission in Nepal invites submission of concept papers and, if later requested, oral presentations in response to this NOFO. USAID issues this NOFO per the Automated Directive System (ADS) 303.3.5.2.a for a cooperative agreement to support the “Reading for All: Disability Inclusive Education for Nepali Children” project.

September 22, 2017

USAID/Nepal requests the services of a USPSC to support the unique and complex work of the Disaster Risk Reduction, Reconstruction, and Resilience (DR4) Office for two years with the possibility of three one-year extensions. The U.S. Mission in Nepal holds disaster risk reduction (DRR), earthquake reconstruction, and resilience as top priorities. USAID is supporting critical activities to 1) assist Nepal in managing risks before, during, and after natural disasters, and 2) rebuild and rehabilitate critical earthquake-damaged infrastructure.

August 15, 2017

Vacancy announcement Number: 17-02 for Resident Hire USPSC Reconstruction Engineer – GS-12 has been cancelled.

August 9, 2017

Since January 2016, a team of medical doctors known as WEDS Officers have provided technical assistance to District Health Authorities of the 14 districts most affected by the 2015 Nepal earthquake. USAID’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (USAID/OFDA) has supported this intervention since February 2016. Project objectives include strengthening disease surveillance and response, and supporting re-strengthening of health services in affected health facilities

August 9, 2017

The project “Identification and Management of Open Spaces for Disaster Preparedness (IMOS)” supported by USAID/OFDA aims to assist the GoN to continue enhancing their preparedness efforts and establish coherent approaches in responding and managing the needs of the displaced populations after a large-scale earthquake in the remote areas and cities in the hilly districts west of Kathmandu.



America has stood with Nepal for 65 years and we continue to stand with Nepal as it regains its strength—with stronger homes, healthier families, abundant agricultural yields, and a more inclusive government. As we put the past year behind us, please take a moment to reflect on how far we have come, be mindful of the times when light shone through the dark, and know that in the coming years, the United States will journey onward with Nepal toward our shared vision – a more democratic, prosperous, and resilient Nepal.