USAID’s Ambassador’s Fund Grant Program (AFGP) invites grant applications.

Ambassador’s Fund Grant Program (AFGP)

 

The Ambassador’s Fund Grant Program (AFGP) is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and managed by the Trust for Democratic Education and Accountability (TDEA). This five-year program began in October 2017 and will continue until September 2022. Read More…

USAID’s Ambassador’s Fund Grant Program (AFGP) Invites Grant Applications

 

The AFGP, funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and managed by TDEA, is pleased to announce the publication of a Request for Applications (RFA) soliciting grant proposals from eligible organisations and private sector entities in Pakistan. Read more…

AFGP Priority Areas

 

The AFGP will support grant projects that advance the following priorities of the U.S. Ambassador in Pakistan. These priorities may change during the implementation of the AFGP, contingent upon the priorities set forth by each new U.S. Ambassador. As of January 2018, the five AFGP priority areas are:

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the objectives of the AFGP?

Information about the AFGP’s objectives is available here.

Where can I find the required grant application forms?

All the grant application templates are available here.

Who is eligible to apply for an AFGP grant?

The following types of legally-registered entities are eligible to apply for a grant:

  1. Civil society organizations
  2. Non-government academic, research, and training institutions
  3. Professional and business associations
  4. Trade unions
  5. Media entities
  6. Private sector/for-profit companies (but no profit can be paid)

Will the AFGP fund an ongoing project or activity?

No, the AFGP will not fund an existing or ongoing project.

How much time does the grant application approval process take?

Approval of a grant application for funding is likely to take 6-12 months.