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Ccih2019 usaid-brian-klotz

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Brian Klotz of the Center for Faith and Opportunity Initiatives, USAID shares the agency's Journey to Self-Reliance and plans for working with faith-based organizations to reach people with care and services.

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Ccih2019 usaid-brian-klotz

  1. 1. JOSHESTEYFORUSAID
  2. 2. Center for Faith & Opportunity Initiatives (CFOI) Brian Klotz Deputy Director bklotz@usaid.gov usaid.gov/faith-and-opportunity-initiatives
  3. 3. What is going on at USAID...
  4. 4. "I believe the purpose of foreign assistance should be ending its need to exist. Each of our programs should look forward to the day when we can end it." – Administrator Mark Green JOHNDILLONJR.FORUSAID
  5. 5. JOURNEY TO SELF-RELIANCE usaid.gov/selfreliance
  6. 6. TRANSFORMATION usaid.gov/what-we-do/transformation-at-usaid
  7. 7. NEW PARTNERSHIPS INITIATIVE (NPI) usaid.gov/NPI
  8. 8. ⇨ WELCOME TEAM ⇨ ⇨ LIAISON ⇨ ⇨ ⇨ CONNECTOR
  9. 9. usaid.gov/education/policy USAID Basic Education Policy
  10. 10. usaid.gov/faith-and-opportunity-initiatives Marsha Baxter Sr. Partnership Liaison Center for Faith & Opportunities Initiatives
  11. 11. Legal and Regulatory requirements for working with USAID usaid.gov/faith-and-opportunity-initiatives/usaid-rule-participation
  12. 12. “The Rule” on Participation by Religious Organizations in USAID Programs defines how, within the framework of Constitutional guidelines, USAID may work with FBOs and/or in faith-related contexts. usaid.gov/faith-and-opportunity-initiatives/usaid-rule-participation
  13. 13. Key Principles in “the Rule”
  14. 14. ● Religious organizations are eligible to compete for funding for USAID programs on the same basis as any other organization.
  15. 15. ● In the selection of service providers, neither USAID, nor entities that make and administer sub-awards of USAID funds may discriminate for, or against, an organization on the basis of the organization’s religious character or affiliation.
  16. 16. ● Organizations that participate in programs funded by USAID may not, in providing services, discriminate against a program beneficiary, or potential program beneficiary, on the basis of religion or religious belief.
  17. 17. ● USAID funds may not be used to support or engage in any explicitly religious activities (including activities that involve overt religious content such as worship, religious instruction, or proselytization).
  18. 18. usaid.gov/faith-and-opportunity-initiatives Thank you!

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