Small Grants Program

Funding Opportunity Number: TASHKENT-PAS-FY20-01
Current Closing Date for Applications: June 01, 2020

The U.S. Embassy Public Affairs Section (PAS) in Tashkent is soliciting proposals for grants from Uzbekistan-based not-for-profit, non-governmental organizations that focus on one of the priority areas specified below. Applicants should pay close attention to these priorities, the Public Affairs Section’s goals, and target audiences when developing their proposals. Due to the volume of applicants and inquiries, PAS does not accept letters of intent, concept papers, or requests for meetings prior to application. Limited phone consultations are possible.

Grant Priority Areas: Funding is available for projects that address the priority areas below and focus on Public Affairs’ key audiences, including: civil society organizations, entrepreneurs/innovators, US exchange alumni journalists, women, and youth (14-25 years old).

Theme: Uzbekistan is going through a period of profound change and civil society organizations will be key to helping the government achieve its reform program. Embassy Tashkent supports effective programs that empower civil society, reform governance, and advance human rights.

Grant proposals should address one or more of these Public Affairs priority areas:

1. Strengthening Civic Education and Civil Society, 2. Supporting Entrepreneurship and Economic Empowerment, and 3. Promoting Human Rights and the Rule of Law

For complete application instructions and all necessary forms, please visit:

How to Contact Us

In case of any questions about the Small Grants Program, please contact:

Small Grants Coordinator
Embassy of the United States of America
3 Moyqorghon Street, 5th Block Yunusobod District
Tashkent, 100093 Uzbekistan
Phone: +998 781402441
Fax: +998 781206302

Due to the current COVID-19 crisis, we are not available to answer calls at the number above. Please use the email address until further notice.