The Inter-american Foundation

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: International

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The Foundation is an independent, U.S. foreign assistance agency created by Congress in 1969 that directly invests in community-led grassroots development across Latin America and the Caribbean. The Foundation awards small grants to civil society organizations that promote inclusive economic prosperity, reduce food insecurity, combat corruption, prevent violence and crime, protect the environment and build resilience to natural disasters, and sustainably manage natural resources. Organizations must be inclusive, use community resources, and focus on results. The Foundation only supports community-led projects submitted by local and grassroots organizations that are based in independent countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. The Foundation is currently unable to fund organizations located in Cuba, Venezuela, or the U.S., British, French, or other territories. Additional information including application instructions can be found on the Web site.

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