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2019 SMALL GRANTS FOR USG ALUMNI IN KYRGYZSTAN
The U.S Embassy in Kyrgyzstan announces the Alumni Small Grants Program for alumni who studied or participated in a U.S. government-sponsored educational or professional exchange program. The Alumni Small Grants Program supports innovative, small-scale projects developed and implemented by Kyrgyz citizens who are alumni of a U.S. government or U.S. Embassy education or exchange program. Alumni can apply here for a small grant to facilitate a project you would like to undertake that would help your community strengthen the relationship between American and Kyrgyz citizens, or increase knowledge of one community about the other. Alumni of educational programs abroad often have the broad perspective and initiative required to make positive contributions upon their return home.Sponsor
The Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy in Kyrgyzstan encourages interaction and facilitates networking among alumni who have returned to the Kyrgyz Republic after participating in State Department exchange programs in the U.S. Public Affairs also awards small grants to alumni who wish to share their international experience or implement programs locally using the ideas and knowledge gained from their experience.
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