It has a particular focus on the rights of sexual minorities.
Twice a year, at the end of January and the end of July, ‘UHAI’ will issue a call for proposals for ‘peer grants’.
However, throughout the year we will accept proposals for unplanned and unforeseen activities called ‘opportunity grants’.
This Call for Proposals is seeking applicants for ‘peer grants’. These grants will be awarded on a biannual basis in an open and competitive process and will be funding organizations and programmes engaged in the following areas of work:
‘UHAI’ is eager to receive interesting, new and innovative proposals from the sexual minority community and its allies in East Africa. As such, you should not feel limited to submitting proposals for the activities listed above! Be innovative!
There are two types of grants being awarded in this first round of funding under the peer grants scheme.
The first is the ‘Msingi’ grant which is intended to support new work and new organizations, and larger organizations to undertake new work or one off projects. The maximum award under this grant is $2,000.
The second grant available is the ‘Tujenge’ grant for organizations and programmes developing and strengthening existing work or initiating larger activities. The maximum award under this grant is $10,000.
Postal address to send proposals:
c/o Akiba Uhaki, P.O. Box 27611, 00100, Nairobi. Kenya.
Email address to submit proposals: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information and application, see: UHAI Grants
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