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. You can also see positive results in stories and films from our grantees on our YouTube channel.
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.
We support grantees to build stronger, more inclusive movements for change. Strengthening connectivity across our grant types creates and sustains long-term social transformation. Read more about how our grantees are collaborating effectively for wider SRHR advocacy movements in our impact report below.
Impact report: Stronger more inclusive movements for change
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