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Apply Now: $300,000 USAID Contracts for Digital Agriculture Solutions

By Wayan Vota on March 11, 2019

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Feed the Future is the U.S. Government’s global hunger & food security initiative. The USAID Bureau for Food Security wants to integrate digital tools and technologies into Feed the Future activities implemented by USAID Missions as part of its Digital for Resilience and Food Security initiative.

The Bureau for Food Security is focused on supporting USAID Missions around three categories of digital tools:

Digital Frontiers is a 5-year, $75 million USAID project funded by the Bureau for Food Security and implemented by DAI to offer support and services to USAID Missions, including providing technical assistance to USAID programs, capacity building for Feed the Future teams, and strengthening best practices in digital agriculture and food security.

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Apply Now for USAID ICTforAg Contracts

Digital Frontiers will be issuing contracts from $30,000 to over $300,000, to support the Bureau for Food Security and USAID Missions. Please respond to the Request for Proposals (RFP) if your organization wants to win one of these contracts and has:

Digital Frontiers will review all proposals, and make an award based on the technical and cost evaluation criteria, and select the offeror whose proposal provides the best value. Evaluation points will not be awarded for cost. Cost will primarily be evaluated for realism and reasonableness.

Apply Now! Deadline is March 26, 2019

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Potential Digital Agriculture Solutions

Applicants initial Time and Materials offer must contain their best price and technical terms to complete at least one of the following tasks:

  • Conduct assessments of and provide technical advisory services to agriculture programs at USAID Missions and advise those missions on what digital tools and approaches may help their programs achieve greater results and impact
  • Conduct DFS assessments of agriculture programs at USAID missions and develop recommendations for Mission actions
  • Design and implement digital agriculture programs
  • Conduct research on digital agriculture approaches, programs, and impact

Applicants should expect that Digital Frontiers will ask for deliverables like these in their Time and Material contracts:

  • Digital assessments of and recommendations for agriculture programs
  • Program scopes of work
  • Farmer profiles, digital tool use cases and other county and/or sector-specific research and strategy
  • Research papers and reports
  • Digital agriculture events/workshops
  • Case Studies
  • One-pagers, PowerPoint presentations, talking points, videos, blogs, social media plans

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Wayan Vota co-founded ICTworks. He also co-founded Technology Salon, MERL Tech, ICTforAg, ICT4Djobs, ICT4Drinks, JadedAid, Kurante, OLPC News and a few other things. Opinions expressed here are his own and do not reflect the position of his employer, any of its entities, or any ICTWorks sponsor.
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17 Comments to “Apply Now: $300,000 USAID Contracts for Digital Agriculture Solutions”

  1. Tahir says:

    We in Namibia have the best fertile ground soil . Hard workers and factories and space to make this a successful

  2. Is Mauritius eligible for the funding assistance? Please let us know.

  3. Wayan Vota says:

    Feed the Future target countries include: Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guatemala, Honduras, Kenya, Mali, Nepal, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Uganda

    • Imadojemu Pedro says:

      OK I am interested and my faculty and department can handle/ partner on these goals . I am a soil scientist with flare for GIS aided characterization and classification of soils for food security and sustainable development. I work and resides in Wukari Taraba state Nigeria North East. How do we collaborate please

  4. HDPO is the work humanitarian work in Africa’s, Sudan, south Sudan, Uganda

  5. Mo Hissan says:

    I would like to obtain a loan to start up a business in Malawi and Zambia and Tanzania to construct homes for farmers and build schools. I studied in Australia and have returned to utilise my knowledge and expertise in the construction industry.
    I have built a machine to manufacture wall panels. These are basic homes or structures for any purposes. I look forward to your response.

  6. Mauritius agricultural marketing Agiciltural Marketing Cooperative Federation Ltd says:

    Dear Sir, is Mauritius eligible for the grant?

  7. David Kenu says:

    Looking forward to more fundings on commercial farming for industrial purpose.

  8. Ahmed nuhu says:

    Great opportunity and I will be grateful if I may be given the chance to participate in it.
    Am interested in farming, its my passion hence I will be interested in a loan or grant to venture into agriculture.
    Am optimistic it will create an opportunity for youth unemployment and food security .

  9. I have a project on integrating crops with piggery farming which require good funding. Your financial assistance will be highly appreciated.

  10. Deborah Uba says:

    Am a nurse but am interested in farming am i eligible for the loan?

  11. Benjamin Ahamefula says:

    Interested. An Agric Engr by profession. Just learning of it for the first time. Sounds like a life time opportunity.

  12. Ajayi Jospeh says:

    Lots of arable land in both kaduna and kogi state.. A place where nations and African can be feed… We will love to be part

  13. Titus kwemboi mamboleo says:

    What are the requirements for funding?

  14. I sincerely appreciate USAID for their different developmental stride towards empowering the people directly, its a welcome development. No going back to the era when grants were domesticated at the Agencies of governments which usually end up in the civil servants and politicians pockets. I will recommend strict monitoring and evaluation to ensure contractors, NGOs and institutions (grant beneficiaries) do not divert grant for other use. God bless United State

  15. Umar Nakaka says:


    • Ahmed Nuhu says:

      yes the is a huge potential in farming in my country Ghana, i will be happy if i can get a loan, grant or a partner for us to farm in Ghana.
      its very lucrative.