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Our Vision

Our vision is to secure full attainment of sexual and reproductive health and rights for all. We believe this can only be achieved through building a stronger civil society, with diverse organisations who are resilient and work together to form movements for change.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to be a global leader in supporting grassroots organisations and building stronger, more inclusive movements for SRHR for all, especially in challenging contexts.

Our history

Her Royal Highness Queen Mary of Denmark officially launched AmplifyChange in 2014 and has vocally supported grassroots movements for SRHR. See the short film below from the launch of AmplifyChange at the International Conference on Population and Development special session at the UN General Assembly, 2014 in New York.


AmplifyChange launched in 2014 as a project by a consortium led by MannionDaniels with the African Women’s Development Fund and Global Fund for Women.


In early 2020, AmplifyChange registered as an independent not-for-profit organisation in its own right. With continued shrinking civil spaces, SRHR assaults, and the gendered pandemic effect, civil society organisations need support to advocate for SRHR more than ever.

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Our Donors

AmplifyChange is a multi-donor challenge fund to support civil society advocacy for SRHR. It has received investments from like-minded governments as well as private foundations and philanthropy. We share the vision of universal SRHR for all. Since the start, the following donors have partnered with and supported AmplifyChange.

  • Sida
  • Norad
  • Vitol Foundation
  • David & Lucile Packard Foundation
  • The Case for Her
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs Netherlands
  • UK Aid
  • William & Flora Hewlett Foundation
  • Viiv Healthcare

Our Latest

  • Strategy (4,439.10 KB PDF File)
  • Annual Report (4,798.58 KB PDF File)

Get in touch

We love to hear from like-minded organisations, partners, and supporters of SRHR. If you’d like to speak about our work further, please reach out.

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