Grants Programs

The Ambassador’s Special Self-Help (SSH) program

The Ambassador’s Special Self-Help (SSH) program started in 1964 as a pilot project in Ghana, and it has since expanded to other African countries.  It is a grass-roots assistance program that allows U.S. embassies to respond quickly to the needs of small, community-based development projects.  Every year, a few projects are selected based on the quality of the project and the impact that the project will have in the community. Read more.

Public Diplomacy Small Grants Program

The U.S. Embassy Port Louis Public Diplomacy Section (PDS) of the U.S. Department of State announces an open competition for organizations or individuals to submit a Statement of Interest (SOI) to carry out a program (or programs) to promote bilateral relationships between the U.S. and Mauritius and Seychelles. Please carefully read and follow all instructions.

Funding Opportunity: EducationUSA Student Assistant

The U.S. Embassy to Mauritius and Seychelles is pleased to announce an open competition for an EducationUSA Student Assistant (ESA) opportunity to assist in supporting EducationUSA programs and activities in Mauritius and Seychelles. U.S. University Alumni will submit their applications to be considered for this opportunity. Read more.