Gender Based Violence Seed Funding

Building on its inception workshop on 20 November 2015, the HIF is making seed funding available to foster the creation of new, cross-sector collaborations to tackle GBV in humanitarian settings.

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3 months

Eligibility Details

The project consortium must include at least one operational humanitarian organisation with strong experience of GBV in emergencies and one organisation working in various aspects of innovation and design practice.

Consortia should be diverse and may include research institutions, operational agencies, governmental organisations, individual experts, and local non-government or community based organisations, the private sector, or social enterprises. This list is not exhaustive.

Each project consortium will have to clearly identify a single lead agency.

Application Guidance

If your application is successful and progresses to the next stage, please be aware you will need these key documents:

Legal registration of the lead organisation
List of Trustees of the lead organisation and partners
Letters of support of the partners
Organisational chart of the lead organisation
Last three years audited accounts of the lead organisation
Child protection policy of lead organisation or partners (whichever is more appropriate).  Please note this is only relevant if the activities in the proposal involve field work.


Our work is on rural development: agriculture, irrigation/drainage, energy, fundamental human rights and freedoms in Cameroon.