The 16 Days Grant

Violence against women in Africa is endemic. African women and girls are subjected to many forms of violence, including rape, female genital mutilation (FGM), sexual assault, human trafficking and widowhood rites. Violence against women occurs in all aspects of women’s lives and encompasses abuse of women’s civil, cultural, economic, social and political rights.The AWDF’s 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Grant supports campaigns for the International Day of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, recognized on November 25.

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Deadline

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How to Apply

About This Funding Opportunity

Eligibility Details

This grant enables African women’s organisations to coordinate activities around this event, and continue to raise awareness and support for women in the face of these threats.

Application Guidance

In order to streamline our application process, AWDF is currently accepting proposals online. We strongly recommend that you read through our application guidelines before you submit an application.

If you think your group is eligible to apply for a grant from AWDF  we strongly encourage you to use our online form below.

Note: Please indicate all financial amounts or statements in US dollars.

If you are unable to submit online, you may download the following Grant Guidelines & Application Forms and submit by Post: P.M.B CT 89 Cantonments, Accra, Ghana or Email: grants@awdf.org

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