The U. S. Embassy in Riyadh is pleased to announce an open competition for the Saudi Young Leaders Exchange Program (SYLEP) through this Notice of Funding (NOFO).
Public and private non-profit organizations meeting the provisions described in Internal Revenue Code 26 USC 501 (c) (3) may submit
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proposals to support English-speaking undergraduate students from Saudi Arabia in a three-week U.S.-based exchange program in Summer 2018 that explores the themes of community engagement to promote peace and prosperity, respect for diversity, and tolerance of religious belief.
Agency: Department of StateOffice:
U.S. Mission to Saudi ArabiaEstimated Funding:
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Eligible applicants: Applications may be submitted by public and private non-profit organizations meeting the provisions described in Internal Revenue Code section 26 USC 501 (c)(3).Cost Sharing or Matching There is no minimum or maximum percentage required for this competition; however, PAS encourages cost sharing, contributions in-kind, and other forms of cost participation.When cost sharing is offered, it is understood and agreed that the applicant must provide the amount of cost sharing as stipulated in its proposal and later included in an approved agreement.
Cost sharing may be in the form of allowable direct or indirect costs.
For accountability, you must maintain written records to support all costs which are claimed as your contribution, as well as costs to be paid by the U. S. Government.
Such records are subject to audit.
The basis for determining the value of cash and in-kind contributions must be in accordance with OMB Circular A-110 (Revised), subpart C.23—Cost Sharing and Matching.
In the event you do not provide the minimum amount of cost sharing as stipulated in the approved budget, the contribution from the Public Affairs Section will be reduced in like proportion.Other Special Eligibility CriteriaOrganizations should have significant experience working with international audiences, particularly youth.
Additionally, they should have a history of successful program implementation and a proven capacity for designing effective exchanges in fields such as economics, entrepreneurship, capacity-building and fostering leadership skills. Full Opportunity Web Address:Contact:
Jennifer Hall-GodfreyCounselor of Public AffairsPhone IVG 792-4959 Agency Email Description:
Hall-GodfreyJJ@state.gov Agency Email:
Hall-GodfreyJJ@state.gov Date Posted:
2017-06-21Application Due Date: