The USG Alumni Small grants program is designed to engage USG Alumni by funding innovative projects that align with the prioritized themes.

The organization awarded this grant will demonstrate capacity for creative and effective solicitation of project proposals from USG Alumni, collecting applications

biannually in spring and fall cycles.

The chosen organization will also play a critical role in strengthening the USG Alumni network across all regions of the Kyrgyz Republic, organizing professional development seminars, and facilitating reunions to foster alumni community.

PDS anticipates allocating approximately $88,000 to support between 10 to 15 alumni initiatives.

Funding will be awarded based on panel review.

Program Goal:
Enhance engagement of U. S. government exchange alumni throughout the Kyrgyz Republic on key issues affecting their communities through skills-building, networking, and professional development opportunities.

The goal of the program is to support 20-30 USG alumni-led projects that aim to strengthen the alumni community, benefit local communities, advance shared goals between the United States and the Kyrgyz Republic, and contribute to the professional and personal development of at least 500 USG alumni.

This will be achieved through a series of reunions and professional and personal development workshops designed to enhance skills, foster networking, and promote continuous learning and collaboration among alumni.
Agency: Department of State

Office: U.S. Mission to Kyrgyzstan

Estimated Funding: $0

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The following organizations are eligible to apply: • Non-governmental organizations• USG Alumni Associations• Not-for-profit organizations Previous grant experience should be documented in the organization’s application.

Organizations should submit a copy of their certificate of registration from the appropriate government organization such as the Ministry of Justice in the Kyrgyz Republic.

For this announcement, only organizations based in the Kyrgyz Republic are eligible to apply.

Organizations must be headquartered in the Kyrgyz Republic to be eligible.

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