USAID Mozambique Local Governance Strengthening (LOGOS)
 
USAID LOGOS is an integrated, cross-sectoral, sub-national governance improvement effort designed to support the Government of the Republic of Mozambique (GRM) efforts to decentralized governance to improve delivery of public services at central, provincial, district and/or municipal levels. LOGOS supports activities with all levels of GRM, including support to central ministries responsible for coordination of sub-national units of government, as well as technical assistance to all principal types of sub-national government subject to coordination by central government (provinces, districts, and municipalities). Improvement of sub-national governance will involve simultaneous, multi-faceted efforts to strengthen sub-national societies, to strengthen productive capacities of governments, the private sector, civil society, and therefore disadvantaged groups.

Applications will be accepted until midnight, May 12, 2021.

USAID Local Governance Strengthening (LOGOS)

About DAI

DAI is a global development company with corporate offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, EU, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Palestine and project operations worldwide. We tackle fundamental social and economic development problems caused by inefficient markets, ineffective governance, and instability. DAI works on the frontlines of global development. Transforming ideas into action—action into impact. We are committed to shaping a more livable world.

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