Dept of State Public Diplomacy with Thailand

Sponsor Deadline: 

Jul 31, 2022

Internal Deadline: 

Jul 1, 2022


Dept of State US Embassy in Bangkok

UI Contact: 

U.S. Embassy Bangkok FY2022 Annual Program Statement

Dept. of State DOS solicitations generally limit the number of applications that may go forward in response to a specific solicitation. 
Prospective applicants from the UI who wish to apply to a DOS program that limits the number of applications allowed per institution must refer to the UI Limited Submissions guidelines at

Priority Program Areas
1. Rule of Law, Democratic Values, and Human Rights

  • Activities that strengthen democratic values, accountability, public participation, transparency, and rule of law in governing and political institutions.
  • Innovative projects that educate Thais about U.S. experience in participatory democracy, dialogue, transparency, and accountability.  
  • Activities that promote universally recognized human rights and fundamental freedoms.
  • Activities that promote connection between the United States and the rising leaders in the Indo-Pacific region.

2. Environment and Global Health

  • Activities that increase awareness of environment protection, climate change, transboundary water challenges, and other key regional issues.
  • Activities that promote U.S.-Thai health partnership and strengthen global health security through educational and outreach activities.

3. Economic Partnership

  • Activities that support U.S.-Thai partnership in areas of entrepreneurship, anti-corruption, transparent business practices, and corporate social responsibility.
  • Activities that build digital skills and improve business practices of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), and women entrepreneurs for different stages of their businesses’ development.
  • Activities that provide opportunities to Thai students with increased access to and understanding of U.S. technology and innovation.
  • Innovative and educational projects that strengthen sustainable development in the Mekong subregion

4. Special Areas of Interest

  • Activities that promote U.S.-Thai partnership and build two-way exchanges between the U.S. and Thai public.
  • Activities to promote the sharing of U.S. culture and values with Thai populations through educational opportunities, arts and culture, interactive learning, film, and arts and culture.  
  • Projects for Thai youth that focus on enhancing critical thinking skills and promoting civic engagement to counter disinformation and improve media/digital literacy.  
  • Programs that provide Thai students with increased access to education and understanding of science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEM/STEAM) to promote economic growth.