Banyan Global wins the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Integrated Health Systems (IHS) indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract. The IHS IDIQ is a five-year contract that supports USAID’s Global Health Bureau, as well as other USAID Missions and Bureaus, in planning and implementing health system strengthening programs to improve health and transition capacity to local partners. Through a series of task orders to achieve improved health system performance, the IDIQ will enhance USAID’s ability to implement health programs globally.
The IHS IDIQ will build on evidence from previous USAID efforts in health system strengthening. The contract’s main objectives are to increase financial protection, increase coverage to all populations, increase quality of essential health services, and improve responsiveness. To achieve these results, Banyan Global will collaborate with host country governments and public sector actors, as well as civil society and private sector partners. Banyan Global is delighted to partner with USAID on this important initiative.