Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA)

The new USAID Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance - or BHA - leads and coordinates the U.S. Government’s disaster assistance efforts overseas, reaching millions of people around the world with life-saving aid. BHA delivers humanitarian assistance to save lives and alleviate the suffering of people affected by disasters around the world. We also help the world’s most vulnerable people prepare, recover, and transition from crisis toward prosperity and self-reliance.

Current projects

Evidence-Based Programming for Humanitarian Actors in Yemen

Cash Assistance and Restoration of Livelihoods in Sindh Province, Pakistan

Complementary Action for Resilience Building in South Sudan (CARB)

Comprehensive emergency response to communities affected by displacement, food insecurity and environmental shocks in Somalia

Emergency multi-sectoral response in food assistance, WASH, shelter and CCCM to people affected by displacements, in South-Kivu and Maniema provinces, and provision of humanitarian information services in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Multi-sectoral response in food assistance, agricultural support, economic recovery and WASH to Central African refugees and host populations, in North Ubangui, South Ubangui and Bas Uélé provinces in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Comprehensive emergency response to support vulnerable communities prepare for recovery in Yemen

Providing WASH & CCCM and Shelter/NFI support to conflict-affected populations in camps in Syria

Integrated Capacity for Recovery and Early Action in Emergencies for Drought Affected Communities in ASAL Counties (I-CREATE) 24 EES 93A