US Govt Grants| 2011 Funding Opportunity| NGOs in Kenya and Yemen

Submission Deadline:                November 23rd 2010  

Proposed Program Start date:  January 1 – March 1, 2011

Duration of Action:                        not more than 12 months

Targeted Countries:                        Kenya and Yemen

Funding amounts:    
     
 In the range of $100,000 to $2,000,000; any submissions over this amount will automatically be disqualified.

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Programs will benefit refugees in Kenya and Yemen. While PRM (Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration) encourages activities that include the local host population, NGOs should concentrate on care/maintenance activities for refugees. At least 50% of beneficiaries must be refugees.

Proposals for Kenya may focus on protection, health (including support for disabled persons), water, sanitation, shelter, community services, psychosocial support, prevention of and response to gender-based violence, education, and livelihoods development (including vocational education) in a camp environment. Please note there will be no separate call for GBV programs for FY 2011.
  
For Yemen, only programs that support urban refugees in Sana’a focused on education, livelihoods support, and community services will be considered.

Organizations not registered with Grants.gov should register well in advance of the November 23 deadline as it can take up to two weeks to finalize registration (sometimes longer for non-U.S.-based NGOs to get the required registration numbers). To register with Grants.gov, organizations must first receive a DUNS number and register with the Central Contract Registry (CCR) which can take weeks and sometimes months. See “Applicant FAQs” section on Grants.gov

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