Administration of Bicentennial U.S.-Argentina Relations Small Grants Program

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Administration of Bicentennial U.S.-Argentina Relations Small Grants Program: A. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The U.S. Embassy in Argentina Public Affairs Section (PAS) announces an open competition for Argentine non-government, not-for profit institutions or organizations to submit applications to administer the special Bicentennial of U.S.-Argentine Relations Small Grants Program. The Recipient will administer and manage a small grants program that will award sub-grants to projects that celebrate 200 years of bilateral relations and friendship between the United States and Argentina. The Recipient will manage all program administration that includes coordinating and publicizing the open call for proposals for sub-awards, the review and selection of sub-awards with PAS, correspondence with sub-award organizations, managing payments and financial records, overseeing the implementation of the sub-award programs, and management of the monitoring, evaluation, reporting and closeout of the sub-awards. Based on the guidance and instructions from the Public Affairs Section, the Recipient shall enter into sub-awards with other entities to accomplish projects celebrating 200 years of bilateral relations and friendship. The Recipient is responsible for monitoring and providing oversight of the sub-awardees' performance, expenditures and reporting. Adequate documentation of the sub-awardees' compliance with award terms and conditions must be maintained by the Recipient and made available to the Grants Officer (GO) immediately upon request. This includes the sub-award selection methodology and any relevant policies the Recipient has regarding sub-awards and sub-award monitoring. The United States Department of State strives to ensure that its efforts reflect the diversity of U.S. society and societies abroad. The U.S. Embassy seeks and encourages the involvement of individuals and organizations from traditionally underrepresented audiences in all its grants, programs, and other activities and in its workforce and workplace. The U.S. Embassy is committed to fairness, equity and inclusion. Proposals should demonstrate substantive support of diversity and describe how diversity will be integrated into all aspects of the program. Applicants should demonstrate readiness to accommodate participants with physical disabilities. Purpose of the Bicentennial of U.S.-Argentine Relations Small Grants Program: The U.S. Department of State will provide funding for the administration of a well-conceived small grant program that celebrates 200 years of bilateral relations between the United States and Argentina and supports U.S. Embassy Buenos Aires strategic priorities in Argentina. The open call for proposals managed by the Recipient should solicit sub-award projects that celebrate 200 years of bilateral relations and friendship between the United States and Argentina. Sub-award projects should strengthen bilateral ties between the United States and Argentina and include a clear U.S. connection that will promote increased understanding of the United States among the Argentine public. All sub-awards must include a U.S. element or a clear, explicit connection with experts, organizations, or institutions from the United States in a specific field that will promote increased understanding of U.S. policy, values, and perspectives. Priority Region: Project activities must take place or be initiated in Argentina and be directed towards Argentinian audiences/participants. Priority will be given to projects taking place in underserved, marginalized areas. Priority Audiences: · Emerging voices, students, youth; · Civil society leaders; · Entrepreneurs; · Established opinion leaders, including cultural and/or academic institution leadership; · Residents of Argentine provinces outside of the City of Buenos Aires. Please refer to Package for complete text of this call and to obtain additional information.
Federal Grant Title: Administration of Bicentennial U.S.-Argentina Relations Small Grants Program
Federal Agency Name: US Mission to Argentina (DOS-ARG)
Grant Categories: Other (see text field entitled "Explanation of Other Category of Funding Activity" for clarification)
Type of Opportunity: Discretionary
Funding Opportunity Number: PAS-AR200-FY23-02
Type of Funding: Cooperative Agreement
CFDA Numbers: 19.040
CFDA Descriptions: Information not provided
Current Application Deadline: March 15th, 2023
Original Application Deadline: March 15th, 2023
Posted Date: December 19th, 2022
Creation Date: December 19th, 2022
Archive Date: April 14th, 2023
Total Program Funding: $80,000
Maximum Federal Grant Award: $80,000
Minimum Federal Grant Award: $1,000
Expected Number of Awards:
Cost Sharing or Matching: No
Last Updated: December 19th, 2022
Category Explanation
• Programs that celebrate 200 years of bilateral relations between U.S. and Argentina. Within that framework, the proposed activities shall be related to: • Programs that promote U.S. and Argentina shared values, by the teaching or learning of American English. • Activities, workshops, and speaker programs that strengthen our ties and increase mutual understanding between people in the United States and Argentina. • Projects that support educational exchange and partnership particularly those related to Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematic (STEM) among Argentine youth. • Projects that foster entrepreneurship, innovation, U.S. businesses, and the protection of intellectual property rights. • Projects that encourage social development, help reduce inequality, especially among marginalized populations outside the City of Buenos Aires. • Projects that foster environmental sustainability, sustainable economic models, and climate action. • Programs that promote good governance, and more transparent, independent, and democratic institutions in Argentina. • Projects that support human rights, racial/ethnic and gender equity, women’s empowerment, and principles of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility (DEIA) as part of a strong civil society. • Programs related to freedom of the press that improve quality of investigative journalism, transparency, and reinforce journalistic standards to counter disinformation.
Applicants Eligible for this Grant
Others (see text field entitled "Additional Information on Eligibility" for clarification.)
Additional Information on Eligibility
Non-government, not-for profit institutions or organizations based in Argentina.
Grant Announcement Contact
Public Affairs Section
4300 Colombia Ave.
(1425) - Buenos Aires, Argentina
Applications have to be submitted via email only
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