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Peter Stebbings Memorial Charity: Inviting applications for ‘grant’ to registered charities in the UK for different areas of interest Medical research and care, Social welfare, Homelessness, Hospices, Mental health/counselling, Drug and alcohol therapeutic support, Offender support, Community regeneration, Vulnerable families, women and children’.
Funding brief: The Peter Stebbings Memorial Charity (“the Charity”) gives grants to registered charities in the UK, usually operating in London, and also in the developing world. Generally grants go to charities where the grant will make a difference and where the Trustees can see how the money is being used. In the U.K. The […]
UNDP, Bangladesh: Inviting applications for ‘small grants’ to support for Human Rights programme under the Coalitions of CSOs/NGOs/CBOs.
Funding brief: Human Rights Programme (HRP) is a rights-based initiative UNDP supported by a consortium of donors. The programme has a specific focus on ‘’strengthening capacity of civil society organizations/community-based civil organizations to engage in human rights advocacy and awareness raising in Bangladesh’’. The Human Rights Programme will build the capacity of existing human rights […]
Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD): Inviting applications for ‘Call for Proposals: Feminist Participatory Action Research – Support to Grassroots Women Organizations for Land Rights and Development Justice 2018-2020’ to strengthen feminist movements for land rights and development justice.
Funding brief: APWLD invites grassroots women’s rights organizations and movements to take part in this exciting Feminist Participatory Action Research (FPAR) programme that aims to develop capacity, tools and resources that support rural, indigenous, migrant and urban poor women (RIMUP) to demand their rights on land, water, soils, biodiversity, and other natural resources. Eight to […]
Protected: Manusher Jonno Foundation (MJF): Inviting applications for the programme theme-‘Programme on marginalized women for advancement (PROMA) (পরমা)’.
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