DFID contracts essentials - in Washington DC

We've partnered with Humentum to run our popular DFID contracts essentials in Washington DC. It gives you the tools needed to confidently apply for funds through competitive tenders.

Who for?

People who are new to contracts or considering applying for contracts funding with DFID, or those who have some experience with USAID or as a sub-contractor or an unsuccessful prime and are looking to take a more significant role or lead a project in the future.

Course structure

Two-day face-to-face course in Washington DC, USA.

Course dates

We've partnered with Humentum to run our popular DFID contracts course in Washington DC. Delivered by commercial contracting specialist Haniya Dar-Tobin, it gives you the tools needed to confidently apply for DFID contracts.

The funding landscape is changing as grant funding declines and donors channel more and more funds through competitive tenders. The UK Department for International Development (DFID) is looking to expand their supplier base and DFID contracts are an attractive option for both US private sector contractors and INGOs. Take this course and get the tools needed to make the most of this opportunity and maximise your chances of success.

Haniya sits on review boards evaluating commercial contract applications for INGOs so you will benefit from her insight to increase the chances of success from your first application.

Who it is for

People who are new to contracts or considering applying for contracts funding with DFID, or those who have some experience with USAID or as a sub-contractor or an unsuccessful prime and are looking to take a more significant role or lead a project in the future.

Course information and booking

Go to the Humentum website for the programme, pricing and to book a place.

Event dates

Tuesday, November 19, 2019 to Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Registration

Trainers

Haniya Dar-Tobin headshot
Hamilton Verney Consulting

Haniya Dar supports NGOs with the paradigm shift from grants to commercial contracts.