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U.S. Consulate Shares $453,568 Grants To 45 Nigeria Civic Organizations

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Lagos – A total of 45 individuals, non-government organizations (NGOs), and academic institutions have so far benefited from the United States Consulate General $453, 568 grant programmes from January 2018 to date.
The grants support a variety of worthwhile projects in the areas of human rights, transparency in government, freedom of the media, empowerment of women and youth, health, education, entrepreneurship, and the promotion of mutual understanding.
Speaking at the grant award ceremony in Lagos on Monday, U.S. Consul General, F. John Bray, recognized the commitment of the grantee organizations working to improve the lives of community members through sustainable projects that bolster good governance, education and health.
According to him, the Consulate’s grant award programme is part of the U.S. government’s efforts to support Nigeria’s economic development, improve livelihoods and strengthen communities.
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“The U.S. Mission has several objectives here in Nigeria; one of the foremost is to support a healthier, more educated population in Nigeria. One way in which we work to accomplish these goals is through grants.
“We are so proud to work with such an immensely energetic and creative community of organizations and individuals committed to strengthening communities and empowering fellow Nigerians,” Bray added.
Every year, the Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Consulate General in Lagos invites non-governmental organizations, academic institutions, and individuals working in 17 states in southern Nigeria to submit proposals that seek innovative solutions to challenges facing local communities.
In response to the 2018 call for proposals, the U.S. Consulate received approximately 2,000 strong and diverse project submissions, and as a result made awards ranging from $ 3,922 up to $80,000, depending on the proposed scope of activities.

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