MannionDaniels Limited

For Support To Manage The Civil Society Fund For Sexual And Reproductive Health And Rights

Overview
With this grant, the Hewlett Foundation proposes to contribute funds for operational costs of Fund Afya, a fund dedicated to supporting civil society organizations in developing countries to advocate for sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and young people. MannionDaniels will lead a consortium of three organizations to manage the Fund. The Fund, set to launch in September 2014 at the United Nations General Assembly, has commitments from several European bilateral donors and private foundations to support an initial budget of 17 million Euros over two years. The Fund will pay particular attention to neglected but pressing issues such as safe abortion, adolescent reproductive health, and gender-based violence.
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for support to manage the Civil Society Fund for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights  
This grant will support MannionDaniels to manage the AmplifyChange Fund, which is dedicated to supporting civil society organizations in developing countries to advocate for sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and young people. AmplifyChange grantees advocate for issues including access to safe abortion services, gender-based violence, and access to information and services for youth. A separate grant to MannionDaniels will allow the organization to focus on building grantee capacity.
for support of capacity building and knowledge sharing  
This grant will support MannionDaniels, the lead fund manager for the AmplifyChange fund, to focus on capacity building and knowledge management activities. AmplifyChange is supported by nine funders and provides grants to local civil society organizations to advocate for sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and young people. This grant will allow AmplifyChange to provide more tailored technical assistance to its grantees and to assess how to make future funding more effective in building and sustaining advocacy capacity.
for support to manage the Civil Society Fund for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights  
With this grant, the Hewlett Foundation proposes to contribute funds for operational costs of Fund Afya, a fund dedicated to supporting civil society organizations in developing countries to advocate for sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and young people. MannionDaniels will lead a consortium of three organizations to manage the Fund. The Fund, set to launch in September 2014 at the United Nations General Assembly, has commitments from several European bilateral donors and private foundations to support an initial budget of 17 million Euros over two years. The Fund will pay particular attention to neglected but pressing issues such as safe abortion, adolescent reproductive health, and gender-based violence.

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