Request for Information | Private Sector Opportunities to a Fully Private Care and Treatment Agency for International Development

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Funding Opportunity Category: Health Request for Information – This is a Request for Information only. It is not a Request for Applications/Proposals (RFA/RFP) or a solicitation
Funding Opportunity Title: Private Sector Opportunities to a Fully Private Care and Treatment
Current Closing Date for Applications: September 10, 2020


Eligible Applicants: Unrestricted (i.e., open to any type of entity above), subject to any clarification in text field entitled “Additional Information on Eligibility”
Additional Information on Eligibility:  

Additional Information

Agency Name: Kenya USAID-Nairobi
Description: USAID Kenya and East Africa has developed an RFI in an attempt to reach out to the market in an effort to determine the scope of industry capabilities and interest in Private Sector engagement to reshape the healthcare supply in Kenya using market-based approaches that will increase access and contribute to a sustainable health system.  USAID/KEA anticipates making one (1) award from the resultant solicitation. The potential period of performance is five years.

Further details are included in Attachment 1 document.

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USAID Kenya and East Africa

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