Kenya Persistent Ariel Surveillance Project ($395,062 Funding) – Apply Now!

Deadline: 4-Mar-23
The Kenya Persistent Ariel Surveillance Project is now open for applications to strengthen the capability of the Border Patrol Unit (BPU) in Kenya’s Ministry of Interior to detect and identify transnational proliferation activities involving state and non-state actors at overlooked and under resourced ports of entry.

Goals and Objectives
ISN/ECC expects that the Activities and Outcomes of this Award will work towards the following ISN Goals and EXBS Program Objectives:

ISN GoalsStrengthen Other States’ Capabilities to Counter Proliferation
EXBS Objectives – Border Security OperationsImprove partner capacity to conduct investigationsImprove partner capacity to conduct land and maritime operations

Funding Information
Award Ceiling: $395,062
Award Floor: $395,062

Eligibility Criteria
Domestic Non-federal entities (including state, local government, Indian tribe, institutions of higher education (IHE), or nonprofit organization), Foreign Non-Profit Organizations, Domestic & Foreign For-Profit Organizations (must waive fee/profit), and Foreign Public Entities (including Foreign Public International Organizations).


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