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  • Summer EAP/PD Small Grants Competition (SGC)

    The Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy in Rangoon is pleased to announce the launch of the summer 2013 Small Grants Competition offered by the Office of Public Diplomacy in the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs (EAP/PD) at the U.S. Department of State.  

    This competition offers grants of up to $20,000 to local, non-governmental organizations to strengthen Multilateral Engagement, Human Rights/Democracy/Good governance/Rule of Law, Education, Cultural/Sports/American Society, and Economic issues. 

    Proposals are due to the Public Affairs Section in Rangoon by June 28, 2013

    Winners will be selected by the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs and announced by the Public Affairs Section the last week of July 2013.  

    All applications must be marked “EAP/PD Small Grants 2013 Application” and sent via email to

    Guidelines on the program are provided in below link.
    SGC program guidelines
  • U.S. Embassy Grants Announcement

    This announcement is to inform interested organizations about funding opportunities of grants up to $100,000. The U.S. Embassy seeks proposals from qualified organizations for sustainable projects that identify and respond to the needs of their communities, including enhancing opportunities for 1) advancing free and fair elections, 2) increasing capacity for advocacy, 3) building democratic capacity, 4) augmenting networks and 5) empowering women and girls. This initiative will channel through two funding programs: 1) the US Embassy Small Grants program and 2) the US Embassy Small Grants Program for Global Women’s Fund.

    Please follow the links to download:
           1) Application and budget narrative formats to Small Grants Program
           2) Application and budget narrative formats to Global Women Fund

  • American English Online (AEO) for Teachers

    *NEW!* The Office of English Language Programs promotes quality English teaching by providing academic expertise, consultative assistance, and materials resources for English teachers and learners worldwide. Click here to check out the new AEO website!.

  • U.S. Embassy Rangoon on Facebook

    *NEW!* U.S. Embassy Rangoon is now on Facebook! Add the U.S. Embassy Rangoon page to your "likes" to keep up-to-date on articles, photos, and links from the U.S. Mission to Burma.