U.S. Embassy in Central African Republic: PEACE is PROFITABLE Grants Competition

Deadline: 8 August 2018

The United States Embassy in Bangui has announced a call for proposals to support Central Africans sustainably managing natural resources.

The project should reach a broad Central African audience in a way that resonates. This proposal seeks to inform and engage Central Africans in managing CAR’s natural resources to benefit citizens rather than armed groups.

The Projects

  • The project may be creative, using art (e.g., graphic novel, film, painting, radio/theater) to engage and inform audiences.
  • The project must be clearly focused on sustainable natural resource management in the CAR context.
  • The project should reach a large C.A.R. audience, particularly those that are illiterate or have limited education
  • The project should engage Central Africans in its production in order to ensure that the project resonates with Central Africans caught in the conflict
  • Projects that have a clear alignment between budget and project will have higher merit

Funding Information

Expected size of individual awards:  $2,000 to $10,000

Eligible Applicants

  • PAS encourages applications from organizations located in the Central African Republic, the United States, or abroad including:
    • Registered not-for-profit and civil society/non-governmental organizations with at least one year of experience;
    • Individuals with two years of not-for-profit, project management, or education; experience; and
    • Educational institutions.
  • Proposed projects must include direct involvement of the Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy in Bangui. Participants in this project must be 18 years old to qualify for receipt of grant money.

How to Apply

Email a concise project description and a detailed budget at the address given on the website.

For more information, please visit Call for Proposals.

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