USAID’s Citizens Voice Project: Strengthening Citizens’ Voice and Public Accountability

USAID
Last date: 
Thursday, February 23, 2017
Country: 
Pakistan

Detailed Description

Recognizing the fundamental need to build positive relationships and foster effective engagement between government and citizens, USAID’s Citizens Voice Project has launched its twelfth Grants cycle inviting applications to strengthen citizens’ voice and public accountability.

The aim of this seven year, $45 million project is to improve engagement between citizens of Pakistan and the government on priority project-supported initiatives to advance good governance objectives.

This project is in support of the US Government’s commitment to strengthening democracy in Pakistan.

Thematic Area

Citizens’ Education and Mobilization for Women’s Voter Registration and Participation in Electoral Processes

Funding Information

In the twelfth cycle, the project intends to make up to 50 grants worth $2.5 million approximately.

Eligibility Criteria

  • The Citizens’ Voice Project has invited applications from interested registered Pakistani organizations (e.g. community-based organizations, non-governmental organizations, professional and business associations, research institutes and think-tanks).
  • Individuals, political parties, public international organization, foreign-based organizations, faith-based organizations whose objectives are discriminatory and/or serve religious purposes, and informal alliances without legal status are ineligible.

How to Apply

  • The TDEA grant process is web-enabled, allowing for applications to be submitted on-line.
  • Instructions to submit applications electronically on-line in response to this RFA are found on the online Grant Management Information System (GMIS) accessible via given website.

Eligible Country: Pakistan

For more information, please visit USAID’s Citizens Voice Project.