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  • narcissus perkapus ingenious
    Hi ada info nih ? monggo dipergunakan di luar peacegen juga boleh. Buat internal peacegen kalo mo nyoba lagi en aku yang jadi editore disanguni brownies ya
    Message 1 of 10 , Mar 14, 2006
      Hi ada info nih ?
      monggo dipergunakan di luar peacegen juga boleh.
      Buat internal peacegen kalo mo nyoba lagi en aku yang jadi editore disanguni brownies ya .Mabok je .
      Tapi fun juga tuh.
      cuma kalo mo ngajuin harap ada tanggapan tentang kira2 imej kita gimana ?
      Takute jadi dianggap tentakelnya USA .
      Buat temen2 lain kalo punya info funding dr The Asia Foundation atau dll britau ya.
      Yang slalu usil .

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      Date:Mon, 13 Mar 2006 11:25:25 +0000 (GMT)
      Subject:[daily_crcs] Democracy Small Grants Program
      US Embassy Jakarta
      Democracy Small Grants Program
      Request for Proposals
      Deadline: Friday, March 24, 2006
      Questions?  Contact: grantsjakarta@...
      The U.S. Embassy in Jakarta is soliciting grant proposals for its Democracy Small Grants Program. The fund provides grants to support programs that strengthen democracy in the region, focusing on human rights, civil society, rule of law, and combating extremism in the region. Through this program, the U.S. State Department empowers future leaders and improves the lives of those at risk for exploitation.
      Past programs in Indonesia funded a workshop with legal scholars to define the legal rights of journalists, and a grant to a university to develop a multicultural education model for the primary school level to build greater awareness of the different cultures and ethnic groups in Indonesia .

      Under this program the maximum grant award is $20,000. All proposals should include a clearly written budget and timeline, detailed plans on the project’s sustainability, an explanation of how U.S. government funding fits into the proposed grantee’s long-term strategy, and information on how the grantee plans to evaluate the project’s success.
      ELIGIBILITY:  Only local (non-international or third-country) organizations/institutions are eligible to submit proposals.
      1. Proposals must   support activities that promote democratic practices, including strengthening civil
       society; freedom of information and independent media; transparency in government; NGO capacity building; rule of law and judicial reform; civic education; conflict resolution; human rights; and ethnic, minority and women’s rights.
      2. Grants may not be used for partisan political activity. Proposals for non-partisan election education and public information activities, however, are eligible for   consideration.
      3. Short-term   salaries and other minor administrative expenses directly linked to implementation
       of the program are eligible for funding.  General operating expenses and infrastructure costs are not eligible.
      4. Grant funds may not be used to fund travel to international conferences nor may they be used primarily for food expenses.
      5. Grant funds may be used to train   trainers, but they may not be used to provide direct social services.
      6. Grant funds may be used for training and workshops as part of a project, but the proposals must describe the expected audience, content, and timeframe and justify the activity in terms of outcome and benefits.
      7. Grant funds may be used for the publication of materials, but the proposals must describe in detail the intended audience, content and means of distribution.
       Priority will be given to new projects or programs. Grants will not normally be made for multi-year projects but may be made to the same organization for a new project.
      9.Seminar proposals will not be considered for funding.
      10. Proposals (excluding the budget) should not be   longer than three (3) pages.
      A. Project title and name of organization
      1. should indicate whether organization is receiving   USAID funds.  
      B. Project summary
      C. Performance Management   Plan or Performance Indicators
      1. should include where possible information on reporting periods for the program
      D. Duration of project
      1. should indicate if funding will continue ongoing effort and reporting period   information
      F. Detailed budget, including details on indirect costs
      1. should clearly separate USG funding from other funding sources in the budget
      G. Plan for sustainability
      1. should clearly state how activities and relationships will be active beyond the grant period.
      H. Level of other donor contributions, including contributions from the Indonesian government
      Proposals should be submitted by Friday, March 24, 2006 to:
      Democracy Small Grants Program
      Embassy of the United States of America
      Public Affairs Section – ACAO/P
      Jl. Medan Merdeka Selatan 5
      Jakarta 10110
      In addition, electronic submissions should be sent to grantsjakarta@....  Please use “Democracy Small Grants Program” in the subject line of your email.
      A U.S. Embassy committee will review the proposals and submit recommended proposals for final funding decisions by the State Department. 

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