Alumni Support for Local Communities Fund (2024-2025)

The Embassy of the United States in Azerbaijan is pleased to announce an open competition for alumni of U. S. government-sponsored exchange programs to submit applications for the Alumni Support for the Local Communities Fund (2024-2025).

The program aims to empower alumni teams in creating and

implementing their public service-oriented projects to make a positive difference in their communities.

Alumni should submit proposals to by July 15, 2024, 23:59 (Baku time).

This year, the Alumni Support for the Local Communities fund will support the United States Government commitment to Adaptive Solutions:
Developing Infrastructure for Climate Resilience in honor of Baku's hosting of COP2 9. The U. S. Embassy in Azerbaijan will accept public service projects that support themes such as:
Projects that revive the economy, improve the business climate, entrepreneurship, innovation, and corporate social responsibility.

Civil Society:
Projects that promote civil society and inclusion by supporting gender equality, women empowerment, diversity, and social inclusion and that can improve the lives of at-risk youth, women, or marginalized communities.

Projects that actively promote inclusive education for underserved communities, which may include helping teachers or students to reinvent themselves using technology, accessible methodology, and other tools.

Projects that raise awareness about the importance of clean air and water, protection of the environment, natural preservation, etc.

Agency: Department of State

Office: U.S. Mission to Azerbaijan

Estimated Funding: $30,000

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Additional Information of Eligibility:
Please see BAA N0001424SB001 for eligibility

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