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  • Grant

    Empowerment Grant

  • Target Groups

    • Indigenous groups and ethnic minorities.
    • Age-discriminated vulnerable groups, notably the young and the elderly
    • Women facing exploitation, abuse and/or violence
    • People living with disabilities

    Country

  • Grant amount

    5.000 - 25.000

    Project duration

    12 - 24 Months

    Closing date

    01 Oct 2017
  • About

    Targeting (informal) groups or organisations to raise awareness, develop transformative leadership, build confidence and skills and work against stigmatisation of marginalised and discriminated groups. Empowerment grants are smaller grants with a maximum timeframe of 24 months. Informal groups can access funding by partnering with a formal ‘host’ organisation. In Tanzania, empowerment grants are available from €5,000 up to €25,000 on a rolling basis.

  • How to apply?

    This call for proposals is closed, so application is no longer possible.

    Update December 2017: 

    Due to overwhelming interest, for which Voice is grateful, we have only been able to review the proposals we received before the 1st of June 2017 (first review cycle) and are currently in the process of contracting. The proposals received after 1st of June 2017 and up to 1 October 2017  (second review cycle) will be reviewed in the first quarter for 2018. Our sincere apologies for this delay.

    Based on the results of this second review cycle, we will also determine our plans for the next series of Calls for Proposals which will be made public as soon as they will be finished. Watch this space, or alternatively sign up for our Newsletter called VoiceMail via the homepage.

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