(h) Many USAID scholarship programs require an organization to be a “non-profit organization” to be eligible. Individual applications prescribe the status of a non-profit organization as part of a particular appeal. Scholars should be in contact with the relevant USAID program office to determine the extent of the applicable requirements. In USAID programs where a candidate must prove that it is a non-profit organization that is not limited to registered private and voluntary organizations, the applicant can do so on one of the following means: If USAID wishes to negotiate with your organization before it decides whether it wants to award you a prize, your organization must know our policies. which will be part of the market or assistance. 4. Yes – USAID`s proposed participation is considered SUBSTANTIAL INVOLVEMENT and, therefore, the appropriate implementation instrument is a cooperation agreement. Support is the U.S. government`s financial assistance to an organization – through a grant or cooperation agreement – to help with a project that benefits the Community and promotes the goals of the U.S. Foreign Assistance Act. (a) Religious organizations have the right to participate, on the same basis as any other organization. , any USAID program to which they are otherwise eligible.
In selecting service providers, neither USAID nor the agencies that conduct and manage USAID subfunds can discriminate or misrepresent an organization because of the religious character or membership of the organization. As stated in this section, the term “program” refers to federally funded USAID grants and cooperation agreements, including partial grants and partial agreements. The duration also includes grants awarded under contracts awarded by USAID to manage support programs. As is used in this section, the term “beneficiary” refers to a grant recipient or a signatory to a cooperation agreement, as well as a sub-recipient of U.S. aid through grants, cooperation agreements and contracts. (f) No grant document, contract, contract, contract, memorandum of understanding, policy or regulation used by USAID requires religious organizations to ensure that they do not use funds or property for explicitly religious activities (including activities involving basic religious content such as worship, religious education or proselytization).