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Grantee Database

This database contains a representative list of grants approved since 2004. Grants appear alphabetically by organization name, with most recent grants first. Unless otherwise specified, grants are for general operating support.
1381 results found

Twin Cities RISE!

Minneapolis MN

to advance innovative, anti-poverty employment training programming and strategic partnerships

Program Area: Region & Communities
Year Approved: 2017
Grant Amount: $150,000

for general operating support

Program Area: Region & Communities
Year Approved: 2015
Grant Amount: $120,000

for general operating support and project support to leverage strategic Allies Against Poverty partnerships leading to integrated and community-based workforce development and supportive services

Program Area: Region & Communities
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $125,000

for project support to integrate services and leverage strategic partnerships

Program Area: Region & Communities
Year Approved: 2012
Grant Amount: $50,000

U.S. Water Alliance

Washington DC

to support activities to explore and promote agricultural pollution-reduction policies and practices in the Mississippi River corridor states

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2012
Grant Amount: $100,000

Uganda Gender Rights Foundation

Mbale

to pilot the production of briquettes that serve both as an alternative source of cooking fuel and as a business opportunity for poor women in eastern Uganda

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2006
Grant Amount: $21,000

Uganda Water and Sanitation NGO Network

Kampala

to help 200 families in Manafwa district get clean water, improve household sanitation, and plant kitchen gardens for better hygiene, nutrition, and income

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2010
Grant Amount: $30,000

to build rainwater harvesting jars for safe household water supply and teach their construction and maintenance to women's groups in central Uganda

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2008
Grant Amount: $50,000

for a domestic roof water harvesting project for women in Uganda

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2006
Grant Amount: $95,000

ULI Foundation

Washington DC

to deepen public and private sector engagement and build trusted relationships that lead to a sustainable Twin Cities region

Program Area: Region & Communities
Year Approved: 2017
Grant Amount: $100,000

to deepen public and private sector engagement and build trusted relationships that lead to a sustainable Twin Cities region

Program Area: Region & Communities
Year Approved: 2015
Grant Amount: $150,000

to build a constituency and a set of commitments for a more sustainable and competitive region

Program Area: Region & Communities
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $150,000

United Cambodian Association of Minnesota

St. Paul MN

for a summer program for Cambodian youth

Program Area: Children & Families
Year Approved: 2008
Grant Amount: $20,000

United States Public Interest Research Group Education Fund

Washington DC

to engage and organize non-traditional audiences in the Upper Mississippi River Basin around federal conservation policy

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2017
Grant Amount: $25,000

Univeridade Eduardo Mondlane

Maputo

for the project, Development and Evaluation of Improved Cowpea Varieties and Crop Management Practices in Mozambique for Enhanced Food Security, Family Nutrition, and Income

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2015
Grant Amount: $450,000

Universidad Mayor de San Andres

La Paz

for the project Management of Climate Related Risks with Regards to Climate and Social Changes

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $151,000

Universite de Maradi

Maradi

for the project, Interdisciplinary and participatory development of multi-resistant cowpea cultivars for dual purpose and fodder production in West Africa (CowpeaSquare)

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2015
Grant Amount: $443,000

for the project, Sustainable Large-Scale Biological Control of the Millet Head Worm in the Sahel

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2014
Grant Amount: $247,000

Universite de Ouagadougou

Ouagadougou

for the project Promotion of Orange-Fleshed Sweetpotato to Control Vitamin A and Antioxidants Deficiencies in Burkina Faso

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $149,000

University of Chicago

Chicago IL

to serve as implementing intermediary for the Pathway Schools Initiative

Program Area: Education & Learning
Year Approved: 2015
Grant Amount: $3,640,000

to support the work of UEI as an intermediary to The McKnight Foundation's Education and Learning program

Program Area: Education & Learning
Year Approved: 2012
Grant Amount: $3,970,000

to provide increased capacity for technical assistance and professional development

Program Area: Education & Learning
Year Approved: 2011
Grant Amount: $1,220,000

University of Eldoret

Eldoret

to work with farmers to improve the ecosystem services in degraded dryland areas of West Pokot, Kenya

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2016
Grant Amount: $200,000

Interdisciplinary Networking for Enhancing Agricultural Research in African Institutions of Higher Learning

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2016
Grant Amount: $20,000

for the project, Working With Small-Holder Farmers in the ASALs of Westpokot, Keiyo Marakwet, and Baringo Counties to Restore Degraded Landscapes

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2014
Grant Amount: $70,000

University of Greenwich

Chatham Maritime Kent

Farmer research networks to evaluate sustainable agro-ecological crop protection using pesticidal plants: FRN4PP

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2017
Grant Amount: $450,000

for the project, Upscaling Best Fit Maize-Legume Technologies Through Multi-Environment Trials and Farmer Research Networks

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2014
Grant Amount: $199,000

for the project, Bambara Market Growth and Nutrition in Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania (MaMGNuts)

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2014
Grant Amount: $102,000

for the project, Safe and Effective Pesticidal Plants for Agro-Ecological Intensification of Legumes

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $300,000

for the project, Ecology and Management of Key Insect Pests of Lupinus Mutabilis in Ecuador

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2011
Grant Amount: $140,000

to undertake Benchmark study of legume policies in Malawi, Tanzania, and Mozambique

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2011
Grant Amount: $75,000

for the project Development and Promotion of Bambara Groundnuts for Improved Human Nutrition in Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2011
Grant Amount: $111,000

to support Ph.D. student training at the Natural Resources Institute at the University of Greenwich

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2010
Grant Amount: $135,000

for the project Enhancing Shared Community and Institutional Learning by the Use of Participatory Video

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $36,000

for the project Optimized Pest Management With Botanical Pesticides on Legume Cropping Systems in Malawi and Tanzania

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $87,000

for the project Development and Promotion of Bambara Groundnuts for Improved Human Nutrition in Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $17,000

Development of High Yielding, Multiple Pest-Resistant Sweetpotato Germplasm (Partner 3 of 3)

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2008
Grant Amount: $285,000

University of Malawi

Lilongwe

to purchase a vehicle for the project entitled Legume Best Bets to Acquire Phosphorus and Nitrogen, and Improve Family Nutrition

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2007
Grant Amount: $35,000

Legume Best Bets to Acquire Phosphorus and Nitrogen, and Improve Family Nutrition

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2006
Grant Amount: $434,676