Offer: Funding from the Office to Monitor/Combat Trafficking in Persons
International Programs to Combat Trafficking
Deadline: February 12, 2008
G/TIP invites all organizations to submit anti-trafficking in persons proposals for protection, prevention, and prosecution projects. These projects can be regional or global in nature, or be focused in one specific country. Programs can include, for example: training initiatives on the identification and administration of effective services to trafficking victims; development of service models to meet the short- and long-term needs of trafficking victims; development of collaborative relationships between service providers and law enforcement, to build a sustainable, holistic approach to combating trafficking assisting victims. Applicants can request up to $500,000 to support programming for 12-36 months. Proposals for regional and global projects must be received via www.grants.gov Country-specific (bilateral) proposals must be sent directly to U.S. Embassies in the country where the program is planned to take place.
Information on grant/Funding provider: Please contact Mark Forstrom at 202-312-9893 for additional information or access www.grants.gov