USAID Small Grants and Ambassador’s Fund Program

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Ambassador's Fund
This component aims to support community developed self-help projects lasting up to one year.

Small Grants: All programmatic needs for the Small Grants have been met. We are, therefore, no longer accepting applications under this component.









 

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Small Grants and Ambassador’s Fund Program (SGAFP) supports innovative development initiatives falling under USAID’s priority sectors for Pakistan aimed at improving people’s lives. The program has two distinct components: Small Grants and Ambassador’s Fund.

 

All programmatic needs for the Small Grants have been met. We are, therefore, no longer accepting applications under this component. However, with regards to Let Girls Learn initiative, the interested applicants are encouraged to explore funding opportunity under the Let Girls Learn Annual Program Statement at the following link.

 

The Ambassador's Fund component aims to support community developed self-help projects lasting up to one year from across Pakistan with grants normally not exceeding US $75,000 under the themes of Vulnerable Populations, Social Entrepreneurship, Small-scale Energy Solutions, Culture and the Arts and Disaster Preparedness.

Videos

Documentaries showing the success of Small Grants and Ambassador's Fund Program

Print Media

For Policy Making: Meeting Held On Public-Police Coordination

Published in The Express Tribune on July 20, 2016



Minister Says Reform Act To Empower Police

Published in The News on July 28, 2016



"USAID/Pakistan has, in cooperation with the USAID Office of Inspector General, established the Anti-Fraud Hotline to provide an avenue for the reporting of fraud, waste, and abuse which may be associated with USAID funded projects in Pakistan. Complaints are handled with complete confidentiality and individuals are encouraged to report when corruption, fraud, waste or abuse may exist in the USAID/Pakistan projects. Reports can be filed anonymously via the easy-to-use Hotline (Toll free number 0800 84700); e-mail at complaints@anti-fraudhotline.com; fax at 021-35390410; postal address at 5-C, 2nd Floor Khayban-e-Ittehad, Phase VII, DHA, Karachi, Pakistan; and on the website www.anti-fraudhotline.com."

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