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CSP has previously accepted grant applications from the following countries: Afghanistan, Algeria, Bangladesh, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Libya, Malaysia, Mali, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Somalia, Tunisia, Turkey, and Yemen. We are currently accepting grant applications for Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Yemen, Jordan, and Lebanon.  If you are uncertain of your eligibility for a grant, please contact

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Chemical security improvement

Chemical Security Improvement Grants (CSIGs)

Grants to support physical or procedural improvements.

Funding could provide:

  • Storage cabinets
  • Chemical inventory management systems
  • Surveillance systems

Award Amount: One-time award ranging from $2,000-$15,000

Duration: Up to one year.

chemical border security

Chemical Security Training Grants (CSTs)

Grants for CSP alumni to conduct their own chemical security trainings.

Funding could provide:

  • Labor costs for trainings
  • Training materials and supplies

Award Amount: One time award ranging from $4,000-$10,000

Duration: Up to six months.

Chemical security in laboratory

Chemical Security Professional Development Grants (CSPDGs)

Grants to support travel for professional development at chemical security workshops, trainings, and seminars.

Funding could provide:

  • Flights
  • Lodging
  • Per diem
  • Registration fees

Award Amount: Varies

Duration: One professional development opportunity.

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