US offers cash grants to local Pacific organisations – find out if you are eligible

US Embassy Suva’s Chargé d’Affaires Tony Greubel. Photo: US Embassy Suva.

Five Pacific Island countries are eligible for grants of between US$20,000 and US$40,000 to support economic resilience, the United States Embassy in Suva has announced.

America is inviting grant proposals from Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru, Tonga, and Tuvalu. The program is part of initiatives by the US Embassy and the Department of State in Washington, DC. to promote economic growth and help the region in its fight against COVID-19.

Chargé D’Affaires Tony Greubel said “With these Economic Recovery Grants, we hope to support local organizations in their efforts to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. We look forward to proposals that provide innovative solutions and support communities across Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru, Tonga, and Tuvalu.”

He said the purpose of the grants are to assist local organisations and associations in finding creative solutions to the economic adversities caused by the pandemic, with a focus on projects related to developing tourism, entrepreneurship, and trade with the United States.

Grant proposals are due August 13, 2021.

  1. Niunia Vesau 1 year ago

    Thank you Us Grant

  2. Parmend Prasad 1 year ago

    We need funds to help our people through this pandemic

  3. Niunia Vesau 1 year ago

    I would like to take this opportunity to give a big hand to the US..for supporting the people in the pacific during this pandemic period

  4. Susana 1 year ago


  5. Suman Lata Lal 1 year ago

    Good initiative giving grant to NGO’S who are on the ground giving service to the community.
    Way forward, continue enhancing and financing.

  6. Sabita Gandhi 1 year ago

    It is a great initiative. The receivers should be transparent and use the fund as per application and proper acquittal once utilized.

  7. Nialel N Popau 1 year ago

    I am from Manus Island, PNG. Is there other avenues I can apply for such grants too. I wish to start up small fish market, I as middle person buying from fishers. I would resell as means to support those fishers, especially women off loading them of sitting in markets all day selling and to support in their sustainable livelihood

  8. Lalita 1 year ago

    Great.Very much appreciated.

  9. Betero Nakabuta 2 weeks ago

    I am seeking a grant for my registered community named Te Nano n Reitaki Community here from Kiribati for their solar water system with ta know we are in the a very hot region in the central pacific. We have the equipment here but our Community cannot afford it. We know you can grant us with this cost in order to give our community a healthy people and also can preventing us from the spreading of the disease causing from
    our prime drinking water. The cost of the equipment is round about more than $10k AUD.

    Awaiting to here from you soon
    Thank You.
    Betero Nakabuta
    for Te nano n Reitaki Community Abatao
    Central Pacific

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