Request for Proposals: Colombia-U.S. Rural Education for Peace Competition


Deadline: 15 April 2018

Partners of the Americas (Partners), the U.S. Department of State (DOS) and NAFSA: Association of International Educators has announced a new grant competition entitled “Colombia-U.S. Rural Education for Peace Competition” as part of 100,000 Strong in the Americas Innovation Fund.

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The purpose of the Colombia-U.S. Rural Education for Peace Competition is to provide incentive grants to higher education institutions (HEIs) in the United States, and higher education institutions and non-accredited institutions in Colombia—these include universities and colleges, community colleges, technical institutes, research centers, and other post-secondary institutions—in order to identify innovations that increase bilateral collaboration between Colombia and the U.S., focused on the following areas:

  • Rural Education for Peace
  • Peace building
  • Technology Development and/or Engineering in one of the following areas: agroindustry, ecotourism, or place marketing
  • Social Innovation and Sustainable Entrepreneurship

Expected Results

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Higher education institutions that are successful in implementing Innovation Fund grants will demonstrate increased capacity to develop and administer study abroad programs that receive and/or send students between the U.S. and Colombia. These HEIs will:

  • Increase the rate of international academic mobility;
  • Demonstrate increased awareness of the barriers to creating or implementing academic mobility programs or policies;
  • Demonstrate an increase in the number of effective partnerships with U.S. and Colombia HEIs above and beyond what would have taken place without the grant.

Award Information

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The intent of this competition is to award up to eleven (11) 100,000 Strong Americas Innovation Grants of up to $25,000 to each selected proposals.

Eligible Applicants

  • Higher education institutions located and legally registered in Colombia and the U.S. are eligible to apply for grants for the Colombia-U.S. Rural Education for Peace Competition. This Innovation Fund competition seeks to receive applications from a diversity of public and private HEIs, including accredited institutions, non-accredited institutions (in Colombia), and rural and urban institutions from both countries.
  • As autonomous, foreign institutions dedicated to the promotion of mutual understanding between the host country and the United States, bi-national centers (BNCs) are eligible to compete; however, if a BNC is applying as prime, it must do so in partnership with at least one in-country HEI, in addition to a U.S. HEI.
  • Proposals may involve new institutional partnerships or build on existing partnerships, but in all cases should demonstrate strong institutional support from the partners involved.
  • Overall, proposals must include a partnership between at least HEI in the U.S. and one HEI in Colombia. However, proposals that constitute a tripartite alliance, between (1) a U.S. HEI with (2) an accredited university in Colombia and (3) a non-accredited institution in Colombia, will be found favorable during the evaluation process.
  • In order to increase the diversity of participating institutions, the Review Committee reserves the right to give preference to institutions that have not previously received Innovation Fund grants, but all are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply

Applications must be submitted online via given website.

Eligible Countries: Colombia and United States

For more information, please visit Colombia-U.S. Rural Education for Peace Competition.

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