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March 2021

Mama Cash Grants

March 1 - March 31

The Mama Cash 2021 grant-making window will open on March 1st 2021 Mama Cash will receive Letters of Interest from applicants who are not current grantee-partners from 1 March - 31 March 2021, 11:59 pm CEST*. Groups that apply during this grant-making window will receive a response from Mama Cash by 1 July 2021. Mama Cash supports ambitious feminist and women's girl's, trans and intersex people's rights organisations and initiatives led by and for women, girls, trans, and intersex people…

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Subventions de Mama Cash

March 1 - March 31

Notre période de réception des demandes de subvention pour 2021 débutera le 1er mars Du 1er mars au 31 mars 2021 à 23 h 59 CEST*, Mama Cash recevra les lettres d’intérêt des demandeurs qui ne font pas déjà partie de nos partenaires-bénéficiaires. Les groupes soumettant une demande au cours de cette période recevront une réponse de Mama Cash d’ici au 1er juillet 2021. Mama Cash soutient d’ambitieuses organisations et initiatives féministes et de défense des droits des femmes, des filles, des personnes transgenres et intersexuées, dirigées par et œuvrant pour…

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Africa Health Agenda International Conference (AHAIC) 2021 Virtual Conference

March 8 - March 10

Since 2014, Amref Health Africa has been organising the Africa Health Agenda International Conference (AHAIC), bringing countries across the continent together to discuss African solutions to Africa’s most pressing health challenges. As a prominent Africa-led global health convening, this biennial conference spotlights diverse and dynamic voices from across sectors – ranging from world leaders to technical experts to community health workers – to collectively chart a course forward towards UHC. 2021 virtual conference, that will take place on 8-10 March…

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Bureau of DRL: Advocacy to Preserve Cultural Heritage in Africa

March 8

Deadline: 8 March 2021 Apply here: https://bit.ly/2MBW0rl The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor (DRL) announces an open competition for organisations interested in submitting applications for projects that support Religious Freedom in Africa, including North Africa. Through this project, DRL’s objective is to enable members of religious communities, faith based organisations, and NGOs to engage local and national governments and international organisations on strategies to protect cultural heritage, including buildings and movable and immovable properties.…

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Vacancy: Strategic Communications Lead

March 19

  Terms of Reference – Strategic Communications Lead The Prevention Collaborative works to reduce violence against women and their children (VAW/C) by strengthening capacity of key actors to deliver effective prevention programmes, based on feminist principles and evidence-and practice-based learning. We serve the specific needs of practitioners and implementing partners by curating evidence, mentoring organisations, and ensuring that donor funding is channelled wisely. We critically review emerging evidence and learning, synthesising and sharing the insights most useful to practitioner and…

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Training: Monitoring and Measuring Advocacy Results During Implementation

March 24 - March 26
Fairview Hotel, Bishop Rd, Nairobi
Nairobi, Kenya
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USD700

Register here: https://form.jotform.com/202655936315054 About the Training Building on Evidence Frontiers’ extensive experience in Monitoring and Evaluation for Advocacy, this course will equip learners on the essentials on how design and effective M&E for Advocacy system and how the same can inform organisation/project learning and accountability. The course will focus on a variety of practical ways to meet the challenges of M&E for Advocacy.  The course content draws on real-life case studies from our work in supporting organisations to develop advocacy…

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Funding Opportunity: USAID’s YouthPower 2 (YP2) Annual Program Statement (APS)

March 31

USAID announces YouthPower 2 (YP2) Annual Program Statement (APS) Deadline: 29 March 2021 The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Bureau for Economic Growth, Education and Environment (E3) and supporting Bureaus are issuing YouthPower 2 (YP2) Annual Program Statement (APS) to provide a vehicle for engaging with youthled and youth-serving organizations, among others, and systems to generate cross-sectoral, positive youth development outcomes. Introducing to a New World of Grants, Donors, Proposals and How to Apply Resources Access the best fundraising features all at one place. One…

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April 2021

Applications Open for 2020 Technovation Girls

April 19

Apply here. Technovation invites teams of young people from all over the world to learn and apply the skills needed to solve real-world problems through technology. Technovation Girls is a free technology-based program for girls ages 10 - 18. Working in teams (of 1 to 5), girls find a problem in their community and build a mobile app to help solve it. Along the way, they develop their collaboration, problem-solving, and leadership skills. Technovation Girls will take 30+ hours to…

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Training: Designing A Theory of Change for Advocacy Programs

April 21 - April 23
Fairview Hotel, Bishop Rd, Nairobi
Nairobi, Kenya
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USD700

Register here: https://form.jotform.com/202655936315054 About the Training For non-profits pursuing advocacy work, even on the narrowest and most local of issues, defining and measuring success is not for the faint of heart. Advocacy and policy programmes can be complex to implement, and more so complex to document results if the M&E design is not thought very well from the beginning. The typical approach to a successful measurement strategy in direct service—developing a (linear) theory of change and measuring in increasingly rigorous…

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June 2021

Funding opportunity from the US Embassy in Zambia

June 30

20 November 2020 - 30 June 2021 Apply here: https://zm.usembassy.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/20/NOFO_PD-LUS-FY21.pdf The U.S. Embassy to Zambia Public Affairs Section (PAS) of the U.S. Department of State is pleased to announce that funding is available through its Public Diplomacy Small Grants Program. PAS invites proposals from Zambian non-profit and nongovernmental organisations for projects that support the U.S. goals in the Republic of Zambia, including those promoting a better understanding of the United States, democracy and governance, inclusive economic prosperity, and peace and…

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