U.S. Embassy in Cyprus announces Call for Grant Proposals
The U.S. Embassy in Cyprus announces a call for proposals for projects that encourage and promote mutual understanding and collaboration between the United States and Cyprus.
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Proposed projects should aim at benefiting the community, sharing common values, and where possible, feature collaboration with U.S experts. Examples of such projects include but are not limited to cultural events, women’s empowerment programs, community infrastructure improvements, English teaching or media literacy education, environmental or human rights campaigns, etc. Where possible, projects on cultural cooperation should feature collaboration between the United States and Cyprus and include or highlight U.S. artists.
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Civil society sector projects should address issues on the following topics:
Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms
Promoting Diversity and Inclusion
Combating Trafficking in Persons
Environmental Preservation and Sustainability
Media and Investigative Journalism
Digital Literacy and Countering Disinformation
American Culture and English Language
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Funding requests between USD $1,000 and USD $5,000.
The U.S. Embassy is accepting proposals from individuals and non-profit organizations such as youth or human rights organizations, educators, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), municipalities, and educational institutions.
Priority will be given to organizations which have not received funding from the U.S. Embassy in the past, and to those that are working in areas outside of the capital region.
For more information, visit https://cy.usembassy.gov/notice-of-funding-opportunities-call-for-grant-proposals/