The Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (TIP Office) announces an open competition for grant funding to combat child trafficking in Mongolia under a new Child Protection Compact (CPC) Partnership. CPC Partnerships are multi-year plans, developed jointly by the United States and another country, to achieve shared objectives aimed at strengthening that country’s efforts to effectively prosecute and convict child traffickers, provide comprehensive trauma-informed care for child victims of these crimes, and prevent child trafficking in all its forms. Partnership efforts include providing targeted anti-trafficking assistance to organizations to implement elements of the plan. Applicants should propose implementing activities that clearly support accomplishment of the CPC Partnership objectives for Mongolia and related activities in the implementation plan.

Organizations eligible to apply include U.S.-based and foreign nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), non-profits, public international organizations (PIOs), for-profit organizations, and institutions of higher education. For-profit organizations are not permitted to generate profits from grant-funded activities. U.S. government agencies and foreign governments are not eligible to apply. Proposals must be submitted via SAMS Domestic (https://mygrants.service-now.com/grants) by 5:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) on June 6, 2020, to be eligible for consideration. To be competitive under this funding opportunity, applicants must be fully responsive to all directions in this document. All questions regarding this Notice of Funding Opportunity must be sent to JTIPGrants@state.gov.

Full application details can be found here.

Additional Resources:

How to Apply (English version)

How to Apply (Mongolian version)

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