How to apply
How to apply
Funding round dates
Tentative dates for upcoming grant windows are listed below
Opportunity grants: Applications for our latest funding round on Menstrual Health Management have now been reviewed and all applicants have been notified if successful or unsuccessful via email. We plan to open another Opportunity grant call in 2019.
Strengthening grants: Strengthening grants are now open for applications. Grants for this round will be up to a maximum of 12 months in duration. The closing date for applications is 5 February 2019, 5:00pm (UK time). Click here to read the guidance.
Network grants: Our latest funding round is now closed. Thank you for all the concept notes submitted. We will notify all applicants of the outcome by the end of October 2018, and invite those successful concept note applicants to submit a full application.
Strategic grants: Closed for applications.
Please be aware that dates and grant types may be subject to change.
How to apply
Please note: For all of our grant windows, we can only accept applications that are written in either English or French. We will not review applications submitted in any other language. We thank you for your understanding on this matter.
Nurturing new ideas: Opportunity grants are up to a maximum of EUR40,000 for 1 year and cater for interesting new ideas on SRHR advocacy. These grants can be used to try new approaches or ideas in new contexts.
Strengthening grant - open for applications
Supporting projects for change: Strengthening grants are for CSO projects, which can include core support and range from EUR40,000 – EUR100,000 and can be available for a period of 6 to 24 months. Strengthening grants build and support CSO voices, sexual and reproductive health and rights advocacy and engagement in policy processes. Groups aiming to innovate in the way they provide services can also apply.
Building movements for change: Network grants provide support (minimum of EUR150,000 and a maximum EUR550,000 over 2 years ) to organisations and coalitions that work at a regional or national level, or as part of a global consortia, active in one or more of our priority themes and operating in an eligible country. Network grantees support smaller grantees to convene, learn lessons and strengthen their capacity to advocate.
Supporting international advocacy: Strategic grants provide support (approximately EUR2 million over 2 years) to international organisations to advocate and contribute to policy and strategy development on the priority themes of AmplifyChange at global, regional and country level.