Russia USAID-Moscow Grants





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
 $1,308,400,148


Russia USAID-Moscow
The purpose of the Resilient Civil Society Project (RCSP) in Russia is to increase citizen engagement on issues of public interest at the national and regional levels....more
Posted On - 2011-11-14


Russia USAID-Moscow
This is a four-year program designed to promote systems and procedures which enable local governments in target areas of the North Caucasus to more effectively respond to the needs of their...more
Posted On - 2011-03-30


Russia USAID-Moscow
USAID’s new media program “Promoting New Media and Media Convergence in Russia” will capitalize on new opportunities associated with development and expansion of new Information Communications...more
Posted On - 2011-03-14




Russia USAID-Moscow
The Microfinance Support Project’s objective is to build capacity to deliver microfinance services in targeted geographical regions of the North Caucasus (NC) and thus increase employment and...more
Posted On - 2010-10-06


Russia USAID-Moscow
The overall goal of this project is to contribute to the Russian Federation’s (RF) efforts to reduce tuberculosis (TB)-related mortality, morbidity and transmission of infection and prevent the...more
Posted On - 2010-08-11


Russia USAID-Moscow
The specific purpose of the North Caucasus NGO Public Advocacy Project is to empower selected NC communities to more effectively advocate for - and participate in - public interest projects. ...more
Posted On - 2010-07-26


Russia USAID-Moscow
The North Caucasus Agricultural Development Project’s objective is to strengthen agricultural value chains in the selected regions of the NC and will be achieved through improving production skills...more
Posted On - 2010-07-19




Russia USAID-Moscow
The central intent of this program is to help to improve the lives of Russia’s vulnerable children by strengthening the child welfare system. In addition, it will focus on consolidating best...more
Posted On - 2009-07-23


Russia USAID-Moscow
The goal of this project is to “mainstream” the concept of human rights, and correspondingly, thefeasibility of the protection of human rights by ordinary citizens in Russia. This will be...more
Posted On - 2009-02-09





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