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YouthPower 2 (YP2) Annual Program Statement (APS)

USAID

Status:

Active

March 30, 2020

Posted:

Deadline: 

March 29, 2025

Funding

120000000

Program:

1000000

Award Floor:

Ceiling:

50000000

Match Required?

No

Eligibility

All

States:

Entity Types:

Nonprofits (with 501(c)(3) status)

Contact

Email:

Phone:

Source Type:

Federal

The YouthPower 2 Annual Program Statement (APS) provides a vehicle for engaging with youth-led and youth-serving organizations, among others, and systems to generate cross-sectoral, positive youth development outcomes. The APS disseminates information to prospective Applicants so they may develop and submit Concept Notes in response to the addenda and ultimately to be considered for USAID funding. This APS describes and provides: The types of activities for which Concept Notes and Applications will be considered; Available funding, process, and requirements for submitting Concept Notes and Application; The criteria for evaluating Concept Notes and Application; and Relevant documentation and resources. More specifically, the YouthPower 2 (YP2) APS is designed to provide a vehicle to engage with, among others, youth-led and youth-serving organizations and systems broadly and creatively, to support cross-sectoral, positive youth development outcomes. The YP2 APS is not a Request for Applications (RFA). Rather, the YP2 APS requests Concept Notes in response to addenda published under this APS. Based on the submitted Concept Note(s) in response to active addenda under this APS, USAID will determine whether to request a Full Application from an eligible organization. Concept Note(s) and/or Full Application to the APS will not be accepted. USAIDs DDI Bureau Center for Education and supporting Bureaus anticipate awarding multiple grants and/or cooperative agreements as there is no predefined minimum or maximum number of awards. Please search grants.gov for a current YP2 Addendum Opportunity for Mali Shifin ni Tagne Activity (72068823APS00001) closing September 1, 2023.

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