Equilibres & Populations

For General Operating Support

Overview
Since 1993, Equilibres & Populations (E&P) has pioneered the population and sexual and reproductive health field in France. It advocates for more efficient, sustainable development assistance by mobilizing French, European, and Francophone policymakers and the public to prioritize and support improved health, education, and rights, particularly for women and girls. Funding would enable E&P to maintain its focus on population challenges, particularly in Francophone West Africa, by securing continued support from the French government and other donors for sexual and reproductive health programs and by strengthening political and financial commitment to these issues from the governments of developing countries. Through its regional office in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, E&P works in six West African countries to develop and implement advocacy campaigns that advance population, gender, and adolescent issues in collaboration with local partners. E&P is also a member of the EuroNGOs, a European network of sexual and reproductive health advocacy organizations.
About the Grantee
Grantee Website
www.equipop.org 
Address
6 rue de la Plaine, Paris, 75020, France
Grants to this Grantee
for support of the SRHR advocacy of CSOs and feminist activists in Francophone West Africa  
This grant will support Equilibres & Populations, an advocacy organization that combines social and political mobilization and solid partnerships with actors of change to improve the rights and health of women and girls around the world. Through core funding, technical assistance, and strategic exchanges, Equilibres & Populations and partners will strengthen the sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) ecosystem in Francophone West Africa to ensure that feminist activists and civil society organizations are well positioned to advance transformative and sustained policy and social change. During the grant period, Equipop and partners will work closely with donors to advocate for more and better funding for SRHR activism in Francophone West Africa. (Strategy: Global Reproductive Equity)

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