The U. S. Embassy Tbilisi announces an open competition for Georgian USG alumni for activities that support Georgia’s democratic development and Western integration.
The Program allows post to provide individual grants to Georgians who are alumni of U. S. government
These small grants support activities that advance Georgia’s democratic development and Western integration by promoting gender equality, inclusion of ethnic and religious minorities, independent media development, cybersecurity and cyber education, basic education, economic growth, entrepreneurship, and environmental protection.
Grant proposals must support projects that address a tangible need in a community and have measurable outcomes.
Applicants may develop partnerships with relevant stakeholders, including the public and/or private sector as well as local organizations, where applicable.
If a group of alumni cooperate to submit a joint project, the requested amount cannot exceed $15,00 0. The submitting applicant should be an individual alumnus/alumna or the group of alumni, but the grant can be awarded to the organization partnering in the project.
If the organization will be the awardee, they need to present active SAM.gov registration prior to awarding process.