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Oct 09, 2007 Due to technical issues with grants.gov submissions, PRM is extending the deadline to 6pm EST on Oct 9, 2007. By this deadline, PRM MUST RECEIVE either (1) the completed submission through grants.gov or (2) a hardcopy submission with an original SF424 Form (version 2) signed by the Authorized Organization Representative, the proposal, budget, budget narrative and other associated documents (NICRA, Code of conduct). Late submissions will not be accepted. Please note that PRM offices will be closed on Monday, October 8th (Columbus Day celebrated).
Nov 03, 2007
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Applicants Eligible for this Grant
Others (see text field entitled "Additional Information on Eligibility" for clarification)
Additional Information on Eligibility
(1) Nonprofits having 501(c)(3) status with IRS, other than institutions of higher education and international organizations; and (2) International Organizations.
Activities in Kenya. Activities may include the local host population, however, NGOs should concentrate on care/maintenance activities for refugees in the camps/settlements.Proposals should focus on the following sectors: health, water and sanitation, hygiene, nutrition, education (pre-primary), psychosocial support, and support programs for people with disabilities. Programs for Sudanese refugees should be designed to ensure that they do not undercut repatriation efforts. They should also anticipate program closure at the end of 12 months as refugees repatriate. PRM will accept proposals from any NGO that is able to satisfy these guidelines although, given our budgetary constraints, priority will be given to proposals from organizations that can demonstrate:-a working relationship with UNHCR and 2007/2008 UNHCR funding and/or support for the proposed activities and/or overall program;-a proven track record in providing proposed assistance in the Kenya and in the sector;-evidence of coordination with the host government and other international and non-governmental organizations working in the area of activity;-appropriate targeting of beneficiaries in coordination with UNHCR, the host government, and other relevant organizations.************************************************For more details on this specific opportunity, please click the "Full Announcement" Grants.gov link above. Please refer to the "Submitting Proposals" section in the FY 2008 General PRM NGO guidelines available at http://www.state.gov/g/prm/fund/. These general PRM NGO guidelines are also available on grants.gov in the "How to Apply" section.All applicants for new and follow-on funding may contact PRM Program officer Matthew Austin (firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-663-1031) in Washington before submitting proposals.