The U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation Grants

The U.S. Embassy in Belgrade is pleased to announce that we are now accepting project proposals for The U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP). The AFCP enables the U.S. Government to work with Serbia to preserve its unique cultural heritage. Project proposals are due on November 22, 2018 and must strictly comply with the ...
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Speakers Program Call for Proposal

The U.S. Speaker Program awards grants to American experts to travel worldwide or to participate in the programs to engage audiences through lectures, workshops, and seminars; through appearances in media; and in a consultancy capacity. The U.S. Speaker Program proactively promotes an understanding of U.S. foreign policy and other key policies, and the political, economic, ...
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Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for U.S.-Donated Daycare Center in Pirot

On Tuesday, April 4th, the U.S. Embassy and municipality of Pirot will conduct a ribbon-cutting ceremony to open a daycare center for persons with mental and physical disabilities.  The construction of the daycare center, worth USD 415,000, was funded by the European Command of the U.S. Armed Forces, coordinated through the U.S. Embassy’s Office of ...
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Embassy Supports Minority Rights Defenders Program

Institute for European Affairs, supported by the Embassy of The United States in Belgrade is implementing the Minority Rights Defenders program. Project that brings together students of Law, recently Bachelor or Master of Laws and lawyers, as well as police officers and people who are being educated for similar professions. The idea of the program ...
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U.S. Embassy Belgrade Donates $80,000 Worth Equipment for HIV/AIDS Prevention

On the occasion of World AIDS Day, the ambassador Kyle Scott visited the Military Medical Academy and announced the donation of the equipment for the HIV/AIDS prevention worth $80,000 under the U.S. Department of Defense HIV/AIDS Prevention Program (DHAPP)- a global initiative whereby the U.S. Government works with armed forces worldwide in order to raise ...
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Belgrade University Library Receives Largest Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation Grant

The Carnegie Endowment donated $100,000 to the Serbian Government in 1920 for the construction of the Svetozar Markovic University Library in Belgrade. Almost 100 years later, in 2016 under the auspices of the Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP), Embassy awarded a $106,000 grant to the University Library Svetozar Markovic, intended for the reconstruction of ...
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U.S. Government Donates over $340,000 Worth Equipment to Serbian Border Police

On Wednesday, May 25, Ambassador Kyle R. Scott joined Head of Border Police, General Milenko Bozovic and State Secretary at the Ministry of Interior Aleksandar Nikolic at an official ceremony to mark the donation of equipment to Serbian Border Police from the Government of the United States. The equipment donation was made through the US ...
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U.S. Embassy Supports International Historic Preservation Conference

On Monday, May 23, Cultural Attaché Erika Kuenne will give opening remarks at the International Historic Preservation Conference, organized by the Danube Competence Center. The Embassy has supported the conference by bringing keynote speaker Mr. John Bonafide, Director of the Technical Preservation Services Bureau for New York State’s Division of Historic Preservation. Mr. Bonafide’s presentation ...
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U.S. Deputy Chief of Mission to Sign Agreement for Humanitarian Project in New Belgrade

On Monday, March 21, Gordon Duguid, U.S. Embassy Deputy Chief of Mission, will meet with Aleksandar Šapić, President of the Belgrade Municipality of New Belgrade to sign a humanitarian agreement which will fund the rehabilitation of three buildings in New Belgrade to convert them into daycare centers for children with disabilities. The Municipality of New ...
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