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Women’s Fund Asia – Strengthening Feminist Movements in Asia

Under this grantmaking programme, Women’s Fund Asia supports women, girls,  trans, and intersex rights activists, groups, and networks, working at the local, subnational, and national levels. The SFM grant programme currently extends to 17 countries in Asia :

  • South Asia: Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Pakistan, Maldives, Nepal, and Sri Lanka
  • East and Southeast Asia: Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, Timor-Leste, and Vietnam

The common threads that run through the grants under this programme are:

  • Promoting feminist principles and a rights-based perspective in women, girls, trans, and intersex rights work in the region, the key components of which are decisionmaking, agency, and voice;
  • Strengthening the leadership of women, girls, trans, and intersex people, especially second-line leadership; and
  • Networking and collaborations among groups and activists working at local, subnational, and national levels.

Currently, our grantmaking prioritises five thematic portfolios:

  • Strengthening Feminist Voices
  • Movement and Labour
  • Autonomy, Decisions and Sexual Rights
  • Access to Justice
  • Environmental Justice

 

 

Deadline for applications : 2.00 pm on 29 July 2022, Sri Lanka Time (GMT+5:30)

Funding : USD 10,000 – USD 20,000

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