AmplifyChange Network Grants


AmplifyChange Network Grants

To contribute to the development of stronger and more inclusive movements for Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), AmplifyChange seeks proposals for Network grants. Networks create connections to help like-minded organisations strengthen and coordinate their impact, including finding strengths in diversity. They should be led by southern-based organisations capable of convening and supporting multiple small-to-medium sized civil society organisations – including AmplifyChange grantees – to build stronger, more inclusive and resilient movements.

AmplifyChange now provides direct support to over 400 small-to-medium sized civil society organisations through its Opportunity and Strengthening grants. These grants aim to fuel the growth of a new generation of organisations and advocacy leaders, including youth-led and gender-rights groups, legal and health advocacy groups. This supports more resilient, broad-based movements for SRHR based in the Global South.  

Available funds

Network grants range from EUR150,000 to EUR550,000 over 2 years.The annual value of the grant cannot exceed 50% of the lead organisation’s average annual expenditure over the last 3 years. So, for example, if you are applying for a grant of EUR250,000 over 24 months and you would receive EUR125,000 each year, you would need to be able to demonstrate that the lead organisation’s average annual expenditure for the last 3 years was at least EUR250,000 per year.

Eligible organizations 

This funding round is primarily intended for southern-based organisations able to provide ongoing support, training, peer learning and mentoring to cohorts of small-to-medium civil society organisations working at the national level in a single country, or sub-national level in large, federal countries (such as Nigeria, India, Pakistan), or across multiple countries within a region.

The ultimate outcome of these grants will be stronger SRHR movements and campaigns in sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and in countries within the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) that are listed as a recipient country by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) Development Assistance Committee (DAC). 

Application process

Network grants are now open for applications. Applications must be submitted via our grants portal by Tuesday, 31 July 2018, 5:00pm (BST). 

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