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New call for Strengthening grant applications: Guidance now available

Nouvelle tour de subventions Renforcement : tutoriel disponible

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‘Food for the Soul’ – The Sexual Violence Research Initiative (SVRI) Forum 2017

Addressing gender-based violence is a core priority for AmplifyChange. We are currently funding over 200 civil society organisations (CSOs) across 46 low and middle-income countries to prevent violence against women and girls (VAWG). The SVRI Forum 2017 was an invaluable opportunity for actors working on these hugely challenging issues to come together.

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Learning and evolving through grantee feedback

AmplifyChange launched its first funding call in February 2015 – only 2.5 years ago. Since then, our Board has endorsed over 510 grants in 58 countries. We take feedback from our grantees very seriously, and use it to inform the evolution and development of the fund.

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Grantee photos

See some of the latest photos from our grantees below. To meet more grantees and see the projects we fund, please visit our grantees section where you can search by region, grant type and priority.

Ndola Nutrition Organization (NNO) 

Ndola Nutrition Organization (NNO) 

Opportunity grantee,  Zambia

Strengthening Swadhikar

Swadhikar-National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR)

Strengthening grantee, India

Strengthening

Association Songui Manégré / Aide au Dévéloppement Endogène (ONG ASMADE)

 Network grantee, Burkina Faso

VIDEO - Hear the voices of our grantees

We asked our grantees to send us their stories - hear their voices from across the world.

With a big thanks to all our grantees who sent in contributions.

Thank you to Sukey Fenwick for post-production and editing.

VIDEO - A Movement for Change

This video was produced by Network grantee Tearfund in South Africa.

Tearfund is a leadership movement across faith communities and civil society, including survivors of SGBV, working together to prevent and end the pain of SGBV nationally and specifically in communities across four provinces of South Africa.