ClosedCall for proposalclosing date: 01/09/17ClosedCall for proposalclosing date: 15/09/17ClosedCall for proposalclosing date: 31/12/17ClosedCall for proposalclosing date: 15/09/17ClosedCall for proposalclosing date: 15/10/16ClosedCall for proposalclosing date: 01/07/17ClosedCall for proposalclosing date: 20/05/17ClosedCall for proposalclosing date: 01/07/17Grantee
Improving Working Conditions and Rights for Cambodian Domestic WorkersIndependent Democracy of Informal Economy AssociationClosedCall for proposalclosing date: 30/11/17Grantee
Enabling Indigenous Peoples to Engage in Sustainable Development ProcessesAsia Indigenous People Pact Foundation (AIPP)OpenCall for proposalclosing date: 16/04/18OpenCall for proposalclosing date: 16 April & 16 September 2018OpenCall for proposalclosing date: 31/12/18OpenCall for proposalclosing date: 16 April & 16 September 2018
Key Support Priorities in Cambodia
A contextual analysis on the following five marginalised and discriminated groups -which are the overall global target groups for Voice- brought to light some interesting results:
- People living with disabilities
- Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans-gender, intersex (LGBTI) people
- Indigenous groups and ethnic minorities
- Women facing exploitation, abuse and/or violence
- Age discriminated vulnerable groups notably the young and elderly
While all groups face a level of marginalisation and discrimination in Cambodia the analysis made very clear that the first three groups were the most discriminated with women and girls as the most common intersection identified between all groups. Women in all the groups are more vulnerable, face higher rates of poverty, lower economic opportunity, higher rates of violence, poorer health conditions, and other vulnerabilities compared to men.
Older women face more economic hardship and health problems than older men, girls have less access to education than boys, indigenous women are less likely to hold leadership positions or having decision making power than indigenous men, Transgenders and Lesbians face more violence than Men Having Sex with Men, and women with disabilities are more likely to experience abuse than men with disabilities. These factors reflect gender inequality as a cross-cutting issue among all the target groups. A gender impact was present in all exclusion analysis for each group.
Voice in Cambodia will prioritise the first three groups with a focus on women and girls as a cross-cutting issue. Any proposal which will not focus on the above will simply not be eligible for funding.
Projects funded by Voice will need to address one or more of the impact themes:
- improving access to (productive) resources (finance, land and water) and employment
- improving access to social services, health and education in particular
- fostering space for political participation
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