Serenity Voice Foundation
Opportunity grantee, Tanzania
The purpose of Opportunity grants is to nurture new ideas. Opportunity grants cater for interesting new ideas on SRHR advocacy. These grants can be used to try new approaches or ideas in new contexts.
We will only consider applications working in our eligible countries.
We encourage organisations to use Opportunity grants as a chance to address any capacity gaps they may have. We can provide support during this process.
We accept projects which generate timely evidence for use in advocacy.
We aim to be flexible in our funding approach so that smaller and new organisations can access our funding, but we do expect a project to have promising potential to achieve meaningful change for women and girls. We work as a challenge fund and applications are considered on a competitive basis.
We therefore encourage all applicants to consider the following guidance carefully to give yourself the best chance of success.
*We have received many applications that reference ‘sensitisation’, ‘awareness raising’ and ‘meetings’ – please note that if these terms are used in an application, they must be backed up with context and plans. Including a step-by-step approach for these terms would be helpful, in addition to justifying why you think these approaches are needed and likely to be effective.
Please refer to the Possible entry points for action on our Safe Abortion page to read about the types of activities we would like to fund.
It is possible to include external technical and capacity building support or learning activities such as an exchange visit to other promising projects and organisations working in different areas.
AmplifyChange is a bilingual fund that is committed to operating in English and French. AmplifyChange does not have the capacity to accept applications or manage grants in any other language.
We welcome and are used to reviewing applications that are written in an applicant’s second language. Our review processes take this information in to account and the strength of the application will be judged on the quality of the proposed project.
Applications submitted in languages other than English or French will not be considered.