TBD Women in Countering Violent Extremism

The Secretary's Office of Global Women's Issues (S/GWI) announces this Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for a new agreement to advance U. S. national security priorities with work that will support women and girls who are at risk from violent extremism and conflict.

Under this NOFO,

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S/GWI seeks proposals that will address the needs of women and girls adversely impacted by violent extremism and conflict and support women's leadership in countering violent extremism.

This NOFO aims to support women and girls currently in host communities in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

S/GWI seeks to ensure the integration of gender equality and the advancement of women and girls in the formulation and conduct of U. S. foreign policy.

In doing so, S/GWI follows the National Security Strategy (NSS) mandate to champion the American value of empowering women and youth.

Partners selected under this NOFO will be the cornerstone of S/GWI's implementation of the Women, Peace, and Security Act of 2017 (WPS Act) and Strategy to Support Women and Girls at Risk from Violent Extremism and Conflict (SWGRVEC).

Proposals may work in one or more countries in MENA.

S/GWI Goal To enhance and expand women and girls' participation and leadership in preventing, countering, and recovering from violent extremism and conflict.

S/GWI Objectives 1) Individuals:
Support women and girls in building resilience to and recovering from violent extremism.

2) Community:
Foster community resilience to violent extremist influence by increasing women and girls' engagement in their families, communities, and governments.

3) Coalitions:
Empower women and girls to advocate for and safeguard their rights by countering violent extremism.
Related Programs

Office of Global Women"s Issues

U.S. Department of State


Agency: Department of State

Office: Office of Global Womens Issues

Estimated Funding: $6,300,000





Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
Link to Opportunity in SAMS Domestic - Updated

Additional Information of Eligibility:
*Organization Limit: Proposals may only be submitted by the following: - HBCU-UP Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) that are accredited and offer undergraduate educational programs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

Innovation through Institutional Integration Eligibility for Innovations through Institutional Integration (I<sup>3</sup>) is limited to institutions of higher education (including two- and four-year colleges) accredited in, and having a campus located in the US.

If the proposal is exclusively for I<sup>3</sup> STEM educational or related research, then all categories of proposers identified in the NSF Grant Proposal Guide are eligible to submit.

*PI Limit: HBCU-UP <ul><li>The Principal Investigator for Implementation Projects, ACE Implementation Projects, and Planning Grant proposals should be the chief academic officer of the institution or other senior academic official.

Potential co-Principal Investigators include the key personnel that will be involved in the implementation of the project activities.</li><li>The Principal Investigator for Education Research Projects should be one of the individuals who will perform the research project.

Other potential co-Principal Investigators include collaborators on the research project.

At least one of the Principal Investigators must have formal training in education research or significant professional experience doing education research.</li><li>The Principal Investigator for Targeted Infusion Projects should be a STEM department head or equivalent.

Potential co-Principal Investigators include the key personnel that will be involved in the implementation of the project activities.</li></ul>Innovation through Institutional Integration The Principal Investigator for an Innovation through Institutional Integration (I<sup>3</sup>) proposal must be the university provost or equivalent chief academic officer, unless the proposal is exclusively for I<sup>3</sup> STEM educational or related research.

Full Opportunity Web Address:
https://mygrants.service-now.com/grants/record_details.do?sysparm_document_key=u_domestic_funding_opportunity,71016d76dba36f00797230ca7c9619d6

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Date Posted:
2019-02-14

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Archive Date:
2010-06-20



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