U.S. Mission to the United Nations - Geneva Small Grants Program

Status
Forecasted
Total Funding
$200,000.00
Award Ceiling
$50,000.00
Award Floor
$1,000.00
Opportunity No.
GVA-SGP-2024-001

Agency

U.S. Mission to the United Nations (DOS-USUN)

Eligible Applicants

Others

Funding Category

Other

Funding Instrument

Grant

Opportunity Category

Discretionary

Cost Sharing or Matching Requirement

Yes

Summary

The U.S. Mission to the United Nations is offering a Small Grants Program in Geneva. This program aims to fund projects that promote U.S. policy priorities in the multilateral sphere. The projects should target international audiences and have an impact in Geneva's multilateral environment. The grants are available for both individuals and organizations based in Geneva or abroad, including not-for-profit organizations, think-tanks, civil society, non-governmental organizations, not-for-profit educational institutions, and foreign public entities. For-profit organizations or commercial entities are not eligible to apply. The funding will be awarded based on the evaluation of how the proposal meets the solicitation review criteria, U.S. foreign policy objectives, and Mission priorities. The grant amount ranges from $1,000 to $50,000, with an estimated total program funding of $200,000. The projects should focus on promoting human rights, monitoring and managing the response to humanitarian crises, strengthening global public health and global health security systems, advancing disarmament and non-proliferation, facilitating international trade, mobilizing action on climate change, and advancing gender across the range of Mission Geneva's priority areas. The deadline and application process can be found in the full notice available at the following link: Additional Information. For further inquiries, please contact the Mission Geneva Public Affairs Grants Management Team at GenevaGrants@state.gov.

Description

This Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) outlines funding priorities, strategic areas of focus, and instructions for submitting requests for funding. Please follow all instructions carefully. Through its Small Grants Program, the United States Mission in Geneva is accepting project proposals that promote U.S. policy priorities in the multilateral sphere. Projects should be aimed at international (not U.S.) audiences, and impact should resonate in Geneva`s multilateral environment. Projects should be implemented by an organization or individual with a presence in Geneva and/or be carried out in Geneva itself. Based on the funding authority, information disseminated through the grant must include a component related to the U.S., it people, policies, and/or perspectives. U.S. Mission Geneva’s Small Grants Program supports projects that include, but are not limited to, the following priority areas: · Promoting human rights, including the protection of human rights defenders · Monitoring and managing the response to humanitarian crises · Strengthening global public health and global health security systems · Advancing disarmament and non-proliferation · Facilitating international trade · Mobilizing action on climate change · Advancing gender across the range of Mission Geneva’s priority areas Awards will be made to successful applicants subject to the availability of appropriated funds. For further details about the program and how to apply, please see the full notice at the link below.

Contact Information

PrimaryMission Geneva Public Affairs Grants Management Team
GenevaGrants@state.gov
GenevaGrants@state.gov

Opportunity Lifecycle

Title
Type
Grant

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