BOLD Small Grant Mentoring Program (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

BOLD Small Grant Mentoring Program (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

The United States Embassy in Bosnia and Herzegovina has announced BOLD Small Grant Mentoring Program. The BOLD (BiH Omladinski Lideri, Bosnia and Herzegovina Young Leaders) network is a project of Public Diplomacy Section (PDS) that seeks to empower young people across BiH, age 18-35, through leadership opportunities and training, to implement projects for positive change in their communities.


The goal of the mentoring program is to equip awardees of the grant competition with the skills and support needed, throughout the grant year, to effectively implement their projects in their communities, and to become skilled project managers and grant administrators. The applicant will be expected to guide the winning grantees through the administrative process of receiving their award, successfully implementing their program, handling problems as they arise, and regular reporting on the project’s progress to Public Diplomacy Section (PDS). The most qualified applicants will have a thorough understanding of the U.S. Government’s grant process and how to be a steward of those funds for the most effective outcome. Applicants should also be willing and available to expertly impart that knowledge and experience to young grantees who are seeking to successfully make a difference in their communities.

Funding Information

  • Number of Awards Anticipated: One
  • Award Amounts: One award in the amount of USD 15,000
  • Total Available Funding: USD 15,000

Eligibility criteria

Non-government, non-profit organizations (including think tanks, civil society organizations) educational institutions that are based and legally registered in Bosnia and Herzegovina and individuals are eligible to apply. Applicants must demonstrate an ability to work in all parts of BiH, whether independently or in cooperation with a partner organization.

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