IDEAL Small Grants Program
The IDEAL Small Grants Program aims to identify and address knowledge and capacity gaps in food and nutrition security programming
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Emergency and non-emergency implementing partners can utilize these small grants to fund and grow ideas that will benefit the food and nutrition security community.
IDEAL’s small grants can provide funding towards existing projects to leverage opportunities for innovation and learning or they can fund new initiatives. Grants can be used for a number of activities, such as testing new approaches, strengthening knowledge management systems, supporting applied research, organizing events, disseminating new tools and best practices, and more.
Each IDEAL Small Grant Request for Applications (RFA) will be unique in scope. The topic areas for the small grants will align with IDEAL’s content focus areas, the USAID Food Assistance and Food Security Programmatic Learning Agenda, and the identified gaps and needs from Implementing Partners. The IDEAL Small Grants Program will work in a coordinated and complementary way with the other IDEAL pathways: Capacity Strengthening, Peer-to-Peer Collaborative Learning, and Stakeholder Consultations to develop RFAs, vet applications, and support funded activities.
All grants will be made as sub-awards under the Save the Children US IDEAL cooperative agreement with USAID Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance and recipients will be required to follow all relevant USAID rules and regulations. These grants will be made as either Fixed Amount or Cost-Reimbursable sub-awards.