As part of Hub Cymru Africa’s gender equality work funded by the Welsh Government, we are making two grants available for partnerships working between Wales and Uganda.
We are accepting applications for between £25,000 and £50,000 from partnerships working with women on issues impacting them in Sub Saharan Africa, including livelihoods, climate change, legal rights, political representation, gender-based violence, maternal healthcare and education.
We are hoping to see applications that are able to meet these principles or will seek to embed them across the course of the grant.
- Engaging and empowering women and girls by using the strengths of social connectivity, strong networks and communication
- Work should be in partnership with credible African partners, preferably with women in leadership roles
- Build upon existing partnerships and work according to asset-based principles
- Acknowledgement of the complexity of issues especially at the intersection of gender, disability, sexuality and ethnicity.