Application Request: Pathogens Pathway Study for Children Under 2 Years Old in Southeastern Madagascar
This request for applications (RFA) is designed to provide innovative, context-specific research on strategies for interrupting fecal-oral transmission and reduce overall environmental contamination for USAID’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA) partners in Southeastern Madagascar. The resulting strategy from this RFA will be critical to supporting implementing partners to be able to validate which transmission pathways are most important in the specific context of Madagascar and to begin the process of piloting potentially promising, multi-sectoral Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) interventions.
Submissions are due by 5 PM ET on August 12, 2020. Applications (to include proposal and detailed budget) must be submitted electronically to [email protected]vechildren.org.
For more details about this request for applications, please refer to the documents below:
Request for Applications (RFA): Pathogens Pathway Study for Children under two years old in Southeastern Madagascar
Attachment 1: Application Template
Attachment 2: Detailed Budget Template
Attachment 3: Budget Narrative
Attachment 4: USAID Standard Provisions for FAAs for NGO
Questions? Email PRO-WASH before the open comment and question period ends on 5 PM ET on July 29, 2020