Bureau of African Affairs Grants

The Bureau of African Affairs is the division in the U.S. State Department focused on the development and management of U.S. policy concerning the African continent.

There are four pillars that serve as the foundation of U.S. policy toward Africa:

  1. Strengthening Democratic Institutions;
  2. Supporting African economic growth and development;
  3. Advancing Peace and Security;
  4. Promoting Opportunity and Development.

Department of Health and Human Services
 $14,459,302,963 Department of Education
 $7,716,466,933 Department of Labor
 $6,171,899,457 Department of the Interior
 $5,787,559,358 Department of Justice
 $4,409,228,977 Department of Transportation
 $4,027,930,459 Department of State
 $3,685,788,885 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
 $3,577,224,558 Department of Homeland Security
 $3,263,956,125 Department of Housing and Urban Development
 $3,115,200,000 Department of Defense
 $2,912,666,125 Agency for International Development
 $2,450,641,436 National Science Foundation
 $2,017,942,440 Department of Agriculture
 $1,640,315,056 Department of Commerce
 $1,385,882,565 Department of Energy
 $698,051,009 Other Agencies

To support the South Sudan Peace Process by providing evidence-based research on weapons flows & arms trafficking in South...more
Posted On - 2018-06-12

To assist in supporting the AUHIP led Peace Process by facilitating peaceful dialogue, capacity building and negotiation support to the Sudan Call and other opposition...more
Posted On - 2018-06-11

Strategize to promote cohesion between Ngok Dinka and Misseriya in the Abyei Administrative Area for the socio-economic wellbeing of the people who live in and travel through the Abyei Administrative...more
Posted On - 2018-06-11

The United States Department of State's Bureau of African Affairs announces a Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for organizations interested in submitting proposals for a project consisting...more
Posted On - 2018-05-15

The purpose of the project is to provide mentorship and training to AMISOM and SNA personnel, with the objective of better enabling them to conduct their mandated security tasks and participate in...more
Posted On - 2016-09-08

The U.S. Embassy in Guinea is pleased to issue a notice of funding opportunity for the Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP). Please carefully follow all instructions contained in the...more
Posted On - 2015-12-21

FY 2016 Notice of Funding Opportunity for Projects Benefiting Senegalese Youth Funding Opportunity Announcement U.S. Embassy Dakar. November 4, 2015 Announcement issuance date: November...more
Posted On - 2015-11-04

Embassy N’Djamena is seeking proposals from non-governmental organizations to help the Government of Chad to develop and disseminate a citizen’s budget. This grant will provide support to...more
Posted On - 2015-07-15

The Abyei Leadership Development for Ngok Dinka and Misseriya Women project is designed to build on the current and ongoing community dialogue efforts between Misseriya and Dinka Ngok communities in...more
Posted On - 2015-07-06

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