Updated Dec 17, 2020CLOSED
Offered by U.S. Department of State
PAS Cape Town is soliciting proposals for small grants from South African non- profit institutions, non-governmental organizations, or non-profit private or public academic in- stitutions. These proposals must focus on one or more of the priority areas specified below and be located in our Consular District of the Eastern, Northern, or Western Cape provinces.
The purpose of this small grants program is to strengthen ties and build relationships between the U.S. and South Africa through activities that highlight shared values, goals and cooperation. All proposed projects must have a strong, central, American element, or connection withAmerican expert/s, organization/s, or institution/s (separate and beyond any involvement with the U.S. Consulate or its American Corners), and have as a primary goal the promotion of in- creased understanding of U.S. values, perspectives, and policies and relationship building between Americans and South Africans.
|Focus Areas||Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance|
|Target Beneficiaries||Intended participants and target audiences are youth (above age 14) and adults, located in either the Eastern Cape, Northern Cape, or Western Cape. PAS Cape Town is particularly interested in projects that are based in smaller regional cities within these provinces. For proposals focusing on other provinces, please look for other Public Diplomacy Small Grants funding opportunity announcements on the Embassy website: https://za.usembassy.gov.|
|Reporting Requirements||Recipients will be required to submit regular narrative program re- ports and financial reports. The award document will specify how often and in what format these reports must be submitted.||REQUIRED|