Category Archives: Nigeria

Creative Force Programme to Promote Human Rights: Collaborate with Swedish Organisations

Deadline: 18 May 2015 The Creative Force programme provides funding for collaborative initiatives involving organisations in Sweden and in the focused regions mentioned below. The programme supports projects that aim to promote human rights, transparency and democracy with the aid of initiatives that use either culture or the media as a method for achieving change.… Continue Reading

Global Maternal Newborn Health Conference 2015 Calls Abstract

Deadline: 24 April 2015 The Global Maternal Newborn Health Conference 2015 organizers are accepting abstract. Abstracts may be submitted for five different types of presentations: Oral presentation Poster presentation Pre-formed panel Skills demonstration Marketplace of ideas Abstracts should address topics within at least one of the six conference tracks: Innovating to accelerate impact at scale… Continue Reading

Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA)

Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA) is active in ten countries in West Africa: Benin, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Senegal. OSIWA is both an advocate and grant-maker for advancing West Africa to a freer, safer, and more integrated democratic place. OSIWA is working with civil society, governments,… Continue Reading

Feminist Review Trust

Feminist Review Trust was initially funded by Feminist Review, a peer reviewed, interdisciplinary journal setting new agendas for feminism. Given charity status in 2005, the Feminist Review Trust has made over 78 grants to projects both internationally and in the UK.  These grants represent the diversity of women’s lives globally and support the creativity which… Continue Reading

A List of 20 Foundations Supporting Women in Nigeria

Women and girls throughout the world continue to experience violence, discrimination, inequality, and poverty. In Nigeria, patriarchal structures and gender inequalities are deeply rooted. Nigerian women face challenges when acquiring formal education, full participation in political and economic life, and are exposed to increasing rates of violence such as prostitution, forced marriage, and trafficking. Moreover,… Continue Reading

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