USAID Indonesia - Maternal & Neonatal Survival Program

The United States Agency for International Development Mission in Indonesia (USAID, Indonesia) is calling for applications from US and non-US NGOs for a program to improve the quality of Indonesia's health system.


The EMAS (Expanding Maternal and Neonatal Survival) project is comprised of two components: the first is improved quality of hospital care for maternal and neonatal emergencies and complications, and the second component is increased efficiency and effectiveness in referral systems at the community health center level.


These two components will be supported through good governance, which supports quality improvements both within the targeted institutions and also within the greater governance environment. These two components will also capitalize on technology advances in computers, telephones and social networks to advance progress towards results. Technology and governance must be considered as an integral part of the project and not ancillary add-ons.


The deadline to submit proposals is 17 February 2011. For more information, visit and search by Funding Opportunity Number for "RFA-497-11-000002."

The NGO Funding Consultants