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Is there an alternative to grant-funding for sexual and reproductive health advocacy? A survey of the income base of AmplifyChange grantees

Across different policy areas, not specifically to SRHR, we know that donations through grants from wealthy country governments are a critical source of funding for civil society action in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Yet, local CSOs in LMICs access a much smaller share of grant-funding than their international partners.

This article, written by Alex le May and Lucie Hazelgrove-Planel, explores the alternatives to grant-funding identified among civil society organisations funded by AmplifyChange.

External link: Read the full article at Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters


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Opening a portal to pleasure based sexual and reproductive health around the globe; a qualitative analysis and best practice development study

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Impact Report: SRHR in the Sahel

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Illuminating impact: Highlights from the full report

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