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USAID announces Funding Rounds under New Partnerships Initiative (NPI) – Global Health

Deadline: 30 September 2025

The United States Agency for International Development has announced the New Partnerships Initiative (NPI) Global Health Annual Program Statement (APS) (known hereafter as NPI GH APS).

Through this APS, USAID announces its desire to engage locally-based new and underutilized partners to expand and amplify the Agency’s work in the health sector. The overall Agency NPI seeks to support partner countries’ progress on the Journey to Self-Reliance, achieve sustainable and resilient results, and catalyze more effective partnering for impact.

Round 1: Community Health Networks (CHN)

In Round 1 of the New Partnerships Initiative (NPI) Global Health (GH) Annual Program Statement (APS), USAID is requesting the submission of concept papers focused on promoting new and underutilized partnerships to address health priorities to prevent child and maternal deaths, control the HIV/AIDS epidemic and combat infectious diseases globally.

The focus of the award(s) will be to decrease maternal and child morbidity and mortality via a variety of interventions that could cross health sectors (hence the mention of the two other health priorities above – HIV/AIDS and infectious diseases).

Expected Results

The overall goal for the Round 1 is to reduce child and maternal morbidity and mortality through the utilization of community-based high quality, high impact health services, while expanding the number of new and underutilized partners implementing such activities.

Round 2: Expanding Health Partnerships (EHP)

In Round 2 entitled Expanding Health Partnerships (EHP) of the New Partnerships Initiative (NPI) Global Health (GH) Annual Program Statement (APS), USAID is requesting the submission of concept papers focused on promoting new and underutilized partnerships to address health priorities to prevent child and maternal deaths, control the HIV/AIDS epidemic and combat infectious diseases globally.

This Round 2: EHP is intended to diversify and broaden USAID’s partner base, as described in the NPI GH APS. Round 2: EHP will be utilizing modality three (3) of the NPI GH APS whereby prime award recipient(s) will issue sub-awards to advance health programs at the country level through the engagement of local new and underutilized partners (NUPs) (including locally established partners), with between 50-75 percent of total funds obligated to the prime recipient used for such sub-awards.

USAID/GH is seeking concept papers that incorporate interventions that will build upon and expand USAID/GH’s efforts to address health priorities to prevent child and maternal deaths, control the HIV/AIDS epidemic and combat infectious diseases globally.

Round 2: EHP Expected Results

Funding Information

Eligibility Criteria

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