Grants

We provide information about our grants directly to the public through our online database and other sources, such as the Foundation Center and the International Aid Transparency Initiative. The database below lists grants once they have been reported to and approved by our board of directors. The foundation also shares details about its direct charitable activities (DCAs).

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Global Development and Population

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WGBH 

for Frontline World, a public television series on global affairs
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Link Media 

for general support for World Link TV, a satellite channel bringing international programming and perspectives on current affairs to American audiences, and for production of its Mosaic program, a daily digest of news from foreign broadcasters
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American University of Beirut 

for the planning of an exchange program for Islamic scholars to serve in residence at United States colleges and universities to enhance understanding between the United States and the Muslim world
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Stanford University 

for the first phase of a project with the University of Texas to develop an infrastructure to pilot and test the feasibility of conducting on-line deliberative polls
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Asia Society 

for lectures and programming in the Bay Area on international affairs topics with the purpose of allowing more speakers from Asia to participate
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Stanford University 

for the second phase of the on-line deliberative polling project to compare the results of on-line deliberative polls with face-to-face deliberative polling
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Public Radio International 

for the At Home in the World project, a programming partnership between The World radio program and several metropolitan public radio stations
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