Impact

42

Funding rounds

757

Grants

€75m

Funds disbursed

We focus our grant funding on where the needs are greatest

Advocacy takes a long time, but we have already seen the positive impact of our grantees’ work.  Some grantees change the policies and laws governing sexual and reproductive health and rights in their country. Other grantees transform social norms and provide support to those who are the most vulnerable – like child brides, or people living with disabilities.

Please search the map below to see case-studies of selected examples.

We are achieving our benchmarks and report to our Board on these regularly. Please see the figures below on our thematic and geographic spread. This shows the proportions of who, where and what topics we fund.

We have successfully funded small civil society groups. The majority of our grants are to small organisations with less than EUR500,000 annual budget.

We are reaching Southern-based organisations. Out of our committed grants, 99% are to organisations based and registered in the Global South.

Discover our global impact by outcome area

Case studies

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Advocacy training for LGBTI activists in Zimbabwe
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Unique funding for LGBTI rights in India
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Training for media campaigns to end FGM/C
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Watchdog groups increasing access to SRHR services in Sindh Province
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Achieving results for Kenyan Muslim youth
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Supporting advocacy for safe abortion services in Kenya
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Using music to destigmatise young people’s access to SRHR
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Youth led advocacy in Burkina Faso
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Supporting the development of SRHR networks
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Increasing access to SRHR resources for people with disabilities
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Engaging stakeholders to reduce abortion stigma
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Training medical personnel in rural post-abortion care
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Our impact in numbers

Thematic distribution of grants - Approved grants (884 - November 2019)

21% violence violence
13% abortion abortion
27% stigma stigma
24% youth youth
15% access access

Geographic distribution of grants

Sub saharan africa

Sub saharan africa

74%

South Asia

South Asia

21%

Other

Other

5%