U.S. Embassy in Amman: Seeking Applications for Small Grants Program

Deadline: 15 June 2017

The Public Diplomacy Section of the U.S. Embassy in Amman is seeking applications for its Small Grants Program to assist worthy organizations implement programs that promote the U.S.-Jordanian partnership.

Priority Areas

  • Improving mutual understanding between Jordanians and Americans
  • Supporting English language teaching and usage in Jordan
  • Expanding cultural exchange between Jordanians and Americans
  • Supporting the work of Jordanian Civil Society organizations in areas of mutual U.S.-Jordanian interest, such as youth/women’s empowerment, entrepreneurship, promoting civic education, and disability rights
  • Developing an independent media
  • Facilitating Jordanian participation in relevant conferences held in the U.S. or run by U.S. institutions
  • Promoting volunteerism with the support and participation of exchange program alumni

Funding Information

Grants are generally awarded in amounts up to $10,000 (not including cost sharing and/or contributions from additional partners).

How to Apply

Organizations or individuals wishing to submit proposals to the Small Grants Program should:

  • Submit a full description of their project, including a detailed budget, in a separate MS Word or .pdf document
  • Complete the relevant SF-424 forms (#1, #2, and either #3 or #4, depending on if the applicant is an individual or organization) given on the website (the form can be opened by clicking the appropriate link(s) in the Grants Forms sidebar box),
  • Submit the above documents by e-mail at the address give on the website.

Eligible Country: Jordan

For more information, please visit Small Grants Program.

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