ActionAid USA

For Support Of The Valuing Women's Work For A More Equal World Project

Overview
This supplemental grant to ActionAid USA will extend their ongoing work on valuing women’s work. Activities will include local assemblies with young women in South Africa to disseminate the findings of a study on unpaid care, access to decent work and livelihoods, gender-responsive public services, and gender-just taxation. In addition, the women will produce a 100-day plan to inform and track gender-related commitments made by governments. At the global level, ActionAid USA will publish the findings of a mapping research project on inequality; implement an advocacy strategy to influence international financial institutions; and integrate learning from this research to adapt and replicate this project in other contexts.
About the Grantee
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www.actionaidusa.org 
Address
1220 L Street, N.W. Suite 725, Washington, DC, 20005, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for support of the Young Urban Women project  
This grant will support the third phase of ActionAid’s Young Urban Women: Life Choices and Livelihoods in Urban Areas project, which seeks to ensure that young women living in urban areas in Ghana, South Africa, and India gain freedom and control over their bodies, time, income, and labor. ActionAid will work with young women leaders to develop a priority advocacy agenda based on key findings from the first two phases of the project, such as the gendered impact of macroeconomic policies and gender-responsive public services. ActionAid will also develop a platform to develop feminist and youth-centered proposals on sustainable and inclusive urban development policies.
for support of the Young Urban Women’s Project  
This grant will support the second phase of ActionAid’s Young Urban Women’s Project, which seeks to ensure that poor young women living in urban areas in Ghana, South Africa, and India gain freedom and control over their bodies, time, income, and labor. ActionAid will work with young women leaders to develop a priority advocacy agenda based on key findings from the first phase of the project, such as access to decent work, recognition of and reduction of unpaid care work, and sexual and reproductive health and rights. ActionAid will also coordinate advocacy activities at both the national and international levels, and make sure young women are empowered to voice their own demands to policy audiences.

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