Youth Leadership Program: Algeria
The ECA estimates that it plans to bring in about 24 secondary school students and three adult students from Algeria.
With this, the ECA aims to achieve the following objectives:
1) Foster mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the residents of Algeria
2) Inspire the youth to harbor a sense of civic responsibility and passion and commitment to community development
3) Develop a group of community leaders who will be willing to share their knowledge and skills to their peers by way of positive action
4) Develop a friendly relationship between students from different ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds.
Interested applicants should manifest the capacity to establish programs and activities that will be beneficial to the exchange students and that would contribute to the success of the program.
The ECA will grant a single award in the amount of $250,000 under the Youth Leadership Program with Algeria.
The institutions and organizations that will be eligible to participate in this program are the following:
1) Public and State Controlled Institutions of Higher Education
2) Public and private nonprofit organizations
3) Private Institutions of Higher Education.
The United States Department of State, the primary agency funding the Youth Leadership Program, is the country's premiere agency that is responsible for creating a more secure, democratic, and prosperous world for the benefit of the people of the United States and the rest of the international community.
Youth Leadership Program: Algeria
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