Updated Apr 23, 2020
Offered by U.S. Agency for International Development
The purpose of this Annual Program Statement (APS) is to identify and support activities which focus on innovative and targeted activities against corruption, especially corruption that affects public services. The AMANAT project seeks proposals from a wide range of international and Afghan national, regional, and local civil society organizations (CSOs), media organizations, and business associations to implement specific activities that fit within this scope. Proposed projects must target particular corruption problems in creative ways that are likely to produce positive results. Just simply conducting public awareness campaigns or advocacy or oversight efforts are not likely to produce the effective and lasting impacts that AMANAT is seeking. A sample of potential ideas for projects are listed below in this APS on page 14, but organizations are encouraged to propose other activities based on their experience.
|Focus Areas||Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance|
Any non-partisan legally registered international and Afghan CSO and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs); consortia of local CSOs, research organizations, universities, business organizations or the mass media is eligible to submit applications under this APS. For-profit companies are eligible to be prime recipients of a grant but may NOT receive any profit or fee under a grant award. Organizations may submit applications representing their firm or in partnership with other local organizations. If applications are made through a partnership or consortium, there must be one lead organization identified that would be responsible for managing the overall activity.
Interested applicants should submit the completed application in English to AMANAT.Grants@msiworldwide.com with cc to firstname.lastname@example.org