FP 2030 Local partnerships to accelerate family planning

Type of project: The Partnership Fund supports local organizations to advance the following outcomes: Family planning financing gradually becomes sufficient and resilient, with commitment-making countries increasingly able to sustainably finance their family planning work and transparently track their expenditures. Political commitment and policy environment are expanded and consistently supportive, leading to a more enabling environment for rights-based family planning at the national and subnational levels. Health systems meet the information, service, and supply needs of all individuals everywhere. The quality of family planning services for adolescents and young people is improved, including for those furthest behind and in humanitarian settings. The capacity of local and community-based actors to meaningfully contribute to the continuation of family planning services during humanitarian crises is strengthened.

Application process: FP2030 will issue a series of competitive “Challenges” between January 2024 and June 2025, inviting to apply to receive small grants in order to implement locally led innovations to solve a wide range of key problems facing the family planning movement and services. In general, only countries whose governments that are in the process of making or have already made a commitment to FP2030 will be considered.

Location: Worldwide

Eligibility: Civil society organizations (CSOs), including youth-led organizations, entrepreneurs, feminist organizations, and other nontraditional actors may apply. International non-government organizations may apply as a partner within a coalition or consortium of partners led by a southern-based organization where relevant and reasonable.

Grant size: The total amount of funding available for each Challenge will vary and be specified in the Request for Proposals published by FP2030. We expect grants to average approximately $40,000.

Apply: FP2030 Partnership Fund – Family Planning 2030