This Self-help fund provides small, short-term grants (one year) to community groups that are working to improve the basic economic and social conditions of their villages or communities. The fund provides grants for activities such as construction of classrooms, construction of community centers and health clinics, boreholes for access to clean water, income-generation activities, school equipment and supplies, medical equipment, solar heating and agricultural kits among others listed in our guidelines.
The Public Affairs Section at the US Embassy in Eswatini prioritizes projects in entrepreneurship, economic growth, education, good governance, citizen participation in democracy, and human rights.
The U.S. Embassy Mbabane Public Affairs Section (PAS) announces an open competition for non-governmental and non-profit organizations to submit applications to manage the strategic events and programs of the American Spaces in Eswatini. Working closely with PAS, the award recipient will be responsible for the administration of the programs and events, management of existing and new local team members, outreach and program promotion, providing monitoring and support services, conducting evaluation and reporting of the three American Spaces.
The PEPFAR Small Grants Program to support People Living with Disabilities is an initiative that will assist local organizations to implement small scale projects that address issues related to access to the HIV prevention, testing and treatment services.