Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA) Career Opportunities

Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA)

About the organization

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.


BHA has hundreds of staff located in more than 45 countries and in its Washington, D.C. headquarters, including experts in food security, nutrition, water, health, shelter, logistics, agriculture, protection, and more. BHA staff are recruited through a number of hiring vehicles including PSC Contracts, Institutional Contractors, and USDA Forest Service Office of International Programs. Find out more about BHA at our website.


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