Bicommunal Support Program Cyprus

The Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs (EUR) at the Department of State announces a Request for Applications for management of the Bicommunal Support Program (BSP) in Cyprus.

This program aims to promote peace and cooperation between Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots.

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will work collaboratively with U. S. Embassy Cyprus to award sub-grants for programs that create networks and affiliations between the two groups that increase tolerance and reconciliation, and mitigate conflict.

Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) with expertise in international affairs with particular knowledge about the current political, economic, and social environment in Cyprus are eligible to apply.
Agency: Department of State

Office: OFFICE OF ACQUISITIONS MANAGEMENT

Estimated Funding: $430,000


Who's Eligible



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Contact:
Bicommunal CoordinatorU.S. Embassy CyprusNicosia, CyprusTel: +357-393-909Fax: +357-22-393-931

Agency Email Description:
Click here to email Program Coordinator

Agency Email:
DicksteinJA@state.gov

Date Posted:
2009-02-23

Application Due Date:
2009-04-10

Archive Date:
2009-05-07


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