The Ambassador’s Special Self-Help (SSH) Program provides small grants for community development activities in Mozambique. Under this program, the community must make significant contributions in the form of land, labor, money or other resources to successfully complete the project. Some examples of activities funded under SSH include constructing poultry and fish farms, providing computer equipment to a career corner, and providing a rice shelling machine to an association of female farmers. The SSH program can finance projects up to $10,000 and each project funded must be implemented within one year.
U.S. Ambassador’s Special Self-Help (SSH) Program
- Dondo Poultry Project – Investing in People: One community at a time (PDF 184 KB)
- Farmers Turn to Fish (PDF 180 KB)
- Fact Sheet of the PEPFAR Community Projects Program (PDF 341 KB)
- Brief of the General Program including Programmatic Indicators for the Perception of Possible Competitors (PDF 375 KB)
Aissa Romana R. Ibraimo
Small Grants Coordinator
U.S. Embassy, Maputo
193 Kenneth Kaunda Avenue
Post Office Box 783
Tel: +258-1-49-2797 ext. 3012
Fax: +258-21-49 – 3857
When sending an e-mail, please include “Special Self-Help application” in the subject line.