News & Updates

Panagora Stretches for TASC4 IDIQs

Panagora views the timing of the TASC4 IDIQ proposals as very opportune and a great way for us to impact global health care delivery. If you are interested in joining forces with Panagora on TASC4, please send your resume and cover letter to

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The Panagora Group is Accepted as a Member of the SBAIC

The Small Business Association for International Contractors (SBAIC) has accepted the Panagora Group as a member of the association. This confers in effect a “good house-keeping seal of approval” on Panagora, which is delighted to be a part of this dynamic group.

SBAIC is a membership forum for sharing best practices and promoting equity and meaningful use of small business within USAID contracting. Its members are companies with track records in USAID contract implementation. SBAIC is making itself an ever more important part of the international development community though its new leadership: Indira Ahluwalia, President of Development and Training Services (dTS), is serving as President; and Bob Otto, President and CEO of INTEGRA Government Services International, serves as Vice President. Learn more about SBAIC here.

SBAIC is updating their website, Panagora will appear soon.

USAID Approves Panagora’s Mentor Protégé Agreement with Chemonics

USAID has accepted Panagora’s and Chemonics’ application to the Mentor Protégé Program!

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Panagora’s First Hire

Associate Stacyann Forrester joined Panagora 3 days after its launch!

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USAID Health Sector Resiliency (HSR) Project in Afghanistan

For the USAID Health Sector Resiliency (HSR) Project in Afghanistan, Panagora identified areas for growth and for continued strengthening and engagement of key private health associations; conducted a landscape analysis to identify new private sector initiatives; leveraged the implementation of new Minimum Required Standards to support certification of private providers; explored and pursued franchising initiatives; and identified and implemented new small-scale PPPs. (Palladium Group, prime contractor)

USAID Integrated Health Project in Burundi

Panagora led private sector initiatives on the USAID Integrated Health Project in Burundi, starting by developing a PPP and Private Sector Strategy. In the first year, we designed, negotiated, and initiated two PPPs with a leading Burundian mobile phone company to support malaria prevention. Panagora also developed PPPs to address family planning/reproductive health, maternal and child health, HIV/AIDS, and TB, with special outreach to youth. (FHI360 prime contractor)

USAID Bangladesh Smiling Sun Franchise Program

For the USAID Bangladesh Smiling Sun Franchise Program, Panagora strengthened PPPs that support the large franchise network. We helped design and negotiate support from 29 PPP partners; re-set the relationship with 10 pharmaceutical companies providing pre-negotiated discount pricing for the network; organized PPP relationships using best practices in PPP work planning, project management, troubleshooting, and reporting; and designed a PPP review and knowledge sharing event. (Chemonics International, prime contractor)