If you are interested in grants, you will find more information below.
Stronger Together: Health, Prosperity, and Security
We are pleased to announce the Stronger Together: Health, Prosperity, and Security program to support innovative projects that address one of three U.S. foreign policy objectives. U.S. Alumni and the public are encouraged to submit proposals and request up to $25,000 for implementation. All proposals must be submitted by 17:00 on the last Friday of March, June, September, or December of each year and according to the timetable stipulated in this notice.
New Directions in Global Health
We are accepting proposals for projects that support and further U.S. Embassy global health priorities in Botswana. Specifically, the grantee will be implementing strategic priorities in the New Directions in Global Health program to support innovative projects that encourage youth and men living with HIV/AIDS to receive antiretroviral treatment and to reduce stigma associated with the disease and treatment.
Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation
We are pleased to announce a call for proposals for the Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP). This fund supports projects in countries around the world – including Botswana – to preserve cultural heritage in three areas:
- Cultural Sites – includes (but is not limited to) building restoration, archaeological surveys, preservation and documentation of historical buildings and sites, sacred places, monuments, and archaeological sites;
- Cultural Objects and Collections – such as archaeological and ethnographic objects, paintings, sculpture, manuscripts, photographic and film collections and general museum conservation activities. Proposals in this category may involve: Conservation treatment for an object or collection of objects; Needs assessment of a collection; the creation of safe environments for storage or display of collections and specialized training in the care and preservation of collections.; and,
- Forms of Traditional Cultural Expression – such as documentation and support for training in the preservation of traditional music, rituals, knowledge, languages, dance, drama and crafts.