DAI Global, LLC (DAI)

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03/05/2023 - 7:54am

DAI was founded in 1970 by three graduates of Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government intent on providing a more dynamic and effective brand of development assistance. This entrepreneurial approach would look beyond traditional philanthropy to embrace the virtues of the private sector, and build a company that delivers social and economic development on a competitive, cost-effective, best-value basis—a social enterprise that is self-sustaining because it is profitable. Employee-owned DAI is now a global development company with a record of delivering results in 160 countries. But it remains today what it was as a start-up: innovative, alert, self-critical, and forward-looking—and driven by a powerful sense of corporate purposeOur mission remains essentially unchanged from the days of the founders.

 

DAI  is currently implementing two projects in Lebanon under USAID funding:  

 

Lebanon—Trade and Investment Facilitation (TIF) Activity

The Trade and Investment Facilitation (TIF) Activity is a three-year project designed to enhance economic opportunities by facilitating trade and investment in targeted business sectors. TIF works to boost the exports of Lebanese goods and services, facilitate investment in Lebanese enterprises and improve the business and investment enabling environment in Lebanon.

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Lebanon—Water Sanitation and Conservation (WSC) 

The Water Sanitation and Conservation (WSC) Project’s purpose is the enhanced conservation and protection of Lebanon’s water resources through achieving three objectives: 1) Expanding the capacity of wastewater and sanitation management; 2) Increasing the efficiency of public water utilities to manage water resources; and 3) Enhancing citizens’ water stewardship.

 

Acronym: 
DAI
Organisation Type: 
Private Sector
Founding Year: 
1970
Country of Origin: 
N/A
Scope: 
National
Country/ies of Operation: 
Lebanon
Intervention Sector(s): 
Agriculture
Development
Environment
Infrastructure & Services Rehabilitation
Water sanitation and hygiene
Contact person's position: 
Senior Operations Manager
Contact person's email: 
Contact person's phone number: 
N/A
Address: 
Lot 549 - Byblos Bank Building
Fouad Chehab Street
Sin El Fil - Horsh Tabet , Mount Lebanon
Lebanon
Phone: +961 1 485 696/7
Mount Lebanon LB
City: 
Sin El Fil - Horsh Tabet
Street: 
Fouad Chehab Street
Phone: 
+961 1 485 696/7
Contact person's name: 
NA
Partnerships: 
N/A

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DAI, the implementer of the USAID-funded Trade and Investment Facilitation Project (TIF), invites qualified offerors to submit quotations for Cleaning and Kitchen Supplies

Wednesday, 13 March 2024
To event remaining 8 days
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USAID's $73.5 million WSC project (July 2021- July 2026) will promote water conservation and protection by achieving three main objectives:
* Expanding the capacity of wastewater and sanitation management.
* Increasing the efficiency of public water utilities to manage water resources; and
* Enhancing citizen's stewardship of water resources.

Thursday, 7 March 2024
To event remaining 2 days

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The Water Sanitation and Conservation (WSC) Project’s purpose is the enhanced conservation and protection of Lebanon’s water resources through achieving three objectives:
1) Capacity of wastewater (WW) and sanitation management expanded
2) Efficiency of public water utilities to manage water resources increased
3) Citizens’ water stewardship enhanced.
The availability of usable water resources in Lebanon—a strategic priority country to the U.S. Government’s Global Water Strategy—is at risk, jeopardizing the well-being of citizens and the social compact between the Government of Lebanon.

Monday, 8 January 2024
Expired
Job

The Water Sanitation and Conservation (WSC) Project’s purpose is the enhanced conservation and protection of Lebanon’s water resources through achieving three objectives:
1) Capacity of wastewater (WW) and sanitation management expanded
2) Efficiency of public water utilities to manage water resources increased
3) Citizens’ water stewardship enhanced.
The availability of usable water resources in Lebanon—a strategic priority country to the U.S. Government’s Global Water Strategy—is at risk, jeopardizing the well-being of citizens and the social compact between the Government of Lebanon.

Thursday, 30 November 2023
Expired

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