Annual Program Statement

Department of State U.S. Mission to India
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Research/project funding

Reference Number

H-NOFO-23-101

The U.S. Consulate General in Hyderabad announces an open competition for organizations to submit applications to implement programs that foster stronger bilateral and regional ties through diverse public diplomacy programs on topics related to economic growth, climate change, and supporting and promoting democratic values and rights. Applications should include an American element. The U.S. content should include, for example, the substantial participation of U.S. experts or alumni of U.S. government exchange programs; partnership with U.S. organizations or educational institutions; the involvement of U.S. companies present in India; the application or adaptation of U.S. models and best practices; or learning materials related to American history, society, business, culture, politics, government, or institutions. While proposals may address multiple project objectives, each proposal should focus primarily on one of the following priority project areas: 路 Programs related to promoting capacity building and cooperation in the area of human health issues; 路 Programs that focus on tackling transnational crimes like human trafficking; 路 Creative programs that advance one or more of the priority areas to include but not limited to climate change; clean and renewable energy; space science and technology; and transformative technologies like artificial intelligence and virtual reality. 路 Programs related to promoting study in the United States, the internationalization of Indian universities, and/or building of linkages between American and Indian institutions of higher education 路 Programs related to U.S.-India bilateral trade, investment, economic integration, entrepreneurship, innovation, intellectual property rights. 路 Programs on understanding U.S.-India relations in the Indo-Pacific, including security cooperation and military/defense relations. 路 Programs that seek to promote a better understanding of diversity and inclusion; religious freedom;鈥痝ender rights;鈥疞GBTQ rights;鈥痳ights of persons with disabilities; rights of underrepresented or otherwise disadvantaged communities; and other aspects of human rights. 路 Activities that address the social, political, and economic barriers preventing the full participation of India鈥檚 female population in its growth. Proposed activities must take place in the states of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, or Odisha. Proposals that include target audiences in more than one of these states will be viewed more favorably.
Categories: Health, Labor and Training, Humanities (see "Cultural Affairs" in CFDA), Science and Technology and other Research and Development, Natural Resources, Disaster Prevention and Relief, Community Development, Energy, Education, Employment, Arts (see "Cultural Affairs" in CFDA), Environment, Food and Nutrition.

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Posted on

Application Deadline

Type

Research/project funding

Reference Number

H-NOFO-23-101

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