The 1999 Awards
By Organization

 

Grantee Organization Amount Awarded Project Theme Countries Participating
American University $119,989 Prevention of Trafficking in Women Russia
Center for Safe Energy,
Earth Island Institute
$86,900 Women's Leadership Kazakhstan
Central Connecticut State University $99,667 Women's Leadership Hungary
Cleveland International Program


$128,791

Business and Local Government


Bosnia and Herzegovina
Connect US-Russia $119,922 Women's Leadership Russia
University of Dayton

$143,565 Business and Local Government Bosnia and Herzegovina


Edmonds Community College
$81,653 Distance Education in Business Management Russia

University of Florida, Gainesville
$194,270 Distance Education in Business Management Russia
Freedom House

$156,000

Business and Local Government

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Indiana University $103,469 Strategic Planning for Universities Poland
Initiative for Social Action and Renewal (ISAR) $119,977 Women's Leadership Belarus, Moldova, and Ukraine
Institute for Democracy in E. Europe $150,000 Women's Leadership Azerbaijan and Georgia
Institute for Training and Development $119,270 Ethics in the Public Sector Russia
International Executive Service Corps $166,554 Public Administration Kazakhstan
International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX) $200,000 Internet Training for Journalists Bosnia and Herzegovina
International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX) $209,815 Media Training and Internships Macedonia, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Serbia
International Visitors Council, Columbus $115,435 NGO Development Slovenia
International Visitors Council, Research Triangle Park $176,534 Distance Education in Business Management Russia
Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce $275,000 Business Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary
Legacy International $75,880 Women's Leadership Ukraine
Magee Women's Hospital $119,282 Women's Leadership Russia
Michigan State University

$119,947

Ethics in the Public Sector

Ukraine

MiraMed Institute $120,000 Prevention of Trafficking in Women Russia
National Academy of Public Administration $110,000 Public Administration Georgia
Nonprofit Enterprise and Self-sustainability Team (NESsT) $60,000 NGO Development Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary
NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service $500,000 Public Administration Ukraine
Oregon State University $113,964 Women's Leadership Ukraine
Partners for Democratic Change $150,000 Women's Leadership Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia
Pennsylvania State University

$167,000

Distance Education in Business Management Russia

California State Polytechnic, Pomona $198,095 Distance Education in Business Management Russia
Project Harmony $82,912 Women's Leadership Russia
Quebec-Labrador Foundation $74,960 Women's Leadership Czech Republic, Slovakia
Rochester Institute
of Technology
$150,000 Tourism Development Croatia
Rutgers University $149,257 Women's Leadership Belarus and Poland
University of Massachusetts, Boston $118,229 Court Reform Czech Republic, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia
University of Scranton $115,435 Women's Leadership Kyrgyzstan
University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire $107,401 NGO Development
University of Wyoming, Laramie $99,553 Strategic Planning for Universities Russia
Sister Cities International

$330,000

Municipal and Community Problem Solving Russia
Toledo Sister Cities International

$139,452

Business and Local Government

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Transatlantic Information Exchange Service (TIES)

$70,026

EU/US NGO Website

European Union

 

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