Ambassador’s Special Self -Help Programme

Department of State U.S. Mission to Eswatini
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Type

Fellowships

Reference Number

SSH-MBA-FY20-01

The Ambassador’s Special-Self Help (SSH) Program is a grass-roots grant assistance program that allows the U.S Ambassadors to support local requests for small community-based development projects. The purpose of the Special Self-Help Program is to support communities through modest grants that will positively impact local communities. The SSH philosophy is to help communities to help themselves. All citizens of Eswatini representing a civilian, religious, social, community development, special interest, disability, or advocacy group or organization may request funding for a community activity. Groups must be registered with the proper authorities. The project must be submitted by an organized group who are motivated, have a real need, and have already successfully implemented projects in the community. The project should be feasible and based on the socio-economic context of the local community.
Categories: Other (see text field entitled "Explanation of Other Category of Funding Activity" for clarification).

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Posted on:

Application Deadline:

Expired

Type

Fellowships

Reference Number

SSH-MBA-FY20-01

United States