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American Council Of Young Political Leaders (19.403)

Project Grants.

To enable emerging political leaders in the U.S. to experience firsthand the political and cultural dynamics of other countries; to offer politically active young people in other countries a similar experience in the United States.

 

Arts Exchanges On International Issues (19.409)

Project Grants.

The Arts Exchanges on International Issues Program is only open to non-profit arts, cultural and educational organizations. The program works with nonprofit organizations to develop cooperative international group projects that introduce American...

 

Benjamin Gilman International Scholarship (19.425)

Direct Payments for Specified Use.

To provide financial assistance to U.S. citizen undergraduates to pursue study abroad.

 

Educational Exchange, American Studies Institute (19.418)

Project Grants.

To provide faculty and other professional participants with a deeper understanding of American society, culture and institutions, past and present, in order to improve courses and teaching about the United States abroad. To provide student...

 

Educational Exchange-Congressbundestag Youth Exchange (19.410)

Project Grants.

Established in 1983 to honor 300 years of German settlements in America. Goals are: To foster interaction between young people from the U.S. and Germany to promote mutual understanding; to foster close ties between Germany and the US.

 

Educational Exchange-Graduate Students (19.400)

Project Grants.

To improve and strengthen international relations of the United States by promoting better mutual understanding among the peoples of the world through educational exchanges.

 

Educational Exchange-Scholar-INRESIDENCE (U.s. Institutions Of Higher Education Host Lecturing Faculty From Abroad) (19.431)

Project Grants.

To improve and strengthen the international relations of the United States by promoting mutual understanding among the people of the world through educational exchanges.

 

Educational Exchange-TEACHERS From Secondary And Postsecondary Levels And School Administrators (19.408)

Project Grants.

To improve and strengthen international relations of the United States by promoting mutual understanding among the peoples of the world through educational exchanges.

 

Educational Exchange-University Lecturers (Professors) And Research Scholars (19.401)

Project Grants.

To improve and strengthen the international relations of the United States by promoting mutual understanding among the peoples of the world through educational exchanges.

 

Exchange-English Language Fellow Program (19.421)

Project Grants.

The English Language Fellow Program places American citizens holding advanced degrees in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) or Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) or Applied Linguistics who have teacher training and/or materials...

 

Exchange-English Language Specialist/Speaker Program (19.423)

Project Grants.

To improve the teaching and learning of English around the globe through short-term (up to 6 weeks) projects. Projects include curriculum evaluation and development, teacher training seminars, textbook development, program evaluation, and English...

 

Fishermen's Guaranty Fund (19.204)

Insurance.

To provide for reimbursement of losses incurred as a result of the seizure of a U.S. commercial fishing vessel by a foreign country on the basis of rights or claims in territorial waters or on the high seas, which are not recognized by the United...

 

International Education Training And Research (19.430)

Project Grants.

To foster mutual understanding between the United States and other countries by supporting professional development for international education professionals at U.S. institutions of higher education and by supporting research on international...

 

International Visitors Program (19.402)

Project Grants.

To improve and strengthen the international relations of the United States by promoting mutual understanding among the peoples of the world through professional and educational exchanges.

 

Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) (19.500)

Project Grants (Cooperative Agreements).

To support democracy in the Middle East and North Africa by encouraging political, economic & educational reform and the empowerment of women..

 

Overseas Educational Advising (19.432)

Project Grants.

To foster mutual understanding between the United States and other countries by promoting U.S. higher education through a global network of Education USA educational advising/information centers.

 

Overseas Refugee Assistance Program For Near East And South Asia (19.519)

Project Grants (Cooperative Agreements).

In the Near East: Return and reintegration assistance of up to two million Iraqi refugees, recent returnees, and internally displaced persons (IDPs) is a high priority to the Bureau. Programs will support return and reintegration activities for...

 

Overseas Refugee Assistance Programs For Africa (19.517)

Project Grants (Cooperative Agreements).

Assistance will contribute to the basic needs of some 3 million refugees and millions more conflict victims spread across the African continent (both Sub-Saharan and North Africa). NGOs are key partners of international organizations in Africa,...

 

Overseas Refugee Assistance Programs For East Asia (19.511)

Project Grants (Cooperative Agreements).

There are more than 140,000 Burmese refugees in Thailand through UNHCR (protection) and NGOs. NGOs address assistance needs not covered by UNHCR or other international organizations, including public health programs (including gender-based violence...

 

Overseas Refugee Assistance Programs For Europe (19.520)

Project Grants (Cooperative Agreements).

Funding of organizations that assist refugees and IDPs in Europe and Central Asia will be at a reduced level this year compared to FY05. In the North and South Caucasus the Bureau - in conjunction with International Organizations, NGOs, and the...

 

Overseas Refugee Assistance Programs For Strategic Global Priorities (19.522)

Project Grants (Cooperative Agreements).

Bureau support under this program includes mostly contributions to the headquarters and global program costs of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the headquarters budget of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)...

 

Overseas Refugee Assistance Programs For Western Hemisphere (19.518)

Project Grants (Cooperative Agreements).

The civil conflict in Colombia continues to be a primary cause of displacement and humanitarian suffering in the Western Hemisphere. For the past several years, the Bureau in conjunction with the Government of Colombia, International Organizations,...

 

Professional Exchanges-Annual Open Grant (19.415)

Project Grants.

To foster, improve, and strengthen international relations of the United States by promoting mutual understanding among the peoples of the world through educational and professional exchanges.

 

Program For Study Of Eastern Europe And The Independent States Of The Former Soviet Union (19.300)

Project Grants.

To sustain and strengthen American expertise on the independent states of the former Soviet Union and countries of Southeast Europe, by supporting graduate training; advanced research; public dissemination of research data, methods, and findings;...

 

U.S. Refugee Admissions Program (19.510)

Cooperative Agreements.

Initial reception and placement program for refugees approved for admission in the United States. Program objectives include: (1) arranging for the refugees, resettlement by ensuring that approved refugees are offered appropriate assistance during...

 




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