Grant Opportunity: Department of State’s TIP Office Invites Organizations to Submit Statements of Interest to Combat Human Trafficking Outside of the United States

U.S. Department of State

The Department of State’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (TIP Office) is pleased to invite organizations to submit Statements of Interest (SOIs) to combat human trafficking outside of the United States. The TIP Office will allocate funding for anti-trafficking projects through an open, two-stage competitive process.

In stage one of competition, also known as the SOI stage, applicants are invited to submit four-page SOIs for projects designed to address the TIP Office’s 2024 programming priorities in Africa (AF), East Asia and the Pacific (EAP), the Near East and North Africa (NEA), South and Central Asia (SCA), and the Western Hemisphere (WHA). All SOIs selected following a technical and programmatic review will be invited to participate in stage two of the competitive process and submit full proposals.

Following a technical and programmatic interagency review, stage two proposals are recommended for funding to the TIP Office’s Ambassador-at-Large for final approval. All funding for approved proposals is pending the availability of FY 2024 appropriated funds.

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