Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa: Non Registered Entities can Submit Proposals for Innovative Grant Programme 2016

Deadline: 31 March 2016

Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) is currently inviting applications for its 2016 Innovative Grant programme. The programmes support beyond immediate symptoms and seek to address structural problems that reproduce poverty, inequality, exclusion and discrimination.

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Priority Areas

  • Human Rights, Access to Justice and the Rule of Law
  • Democracy and Governance
  • Social and Economic Justice
  • Natural Resources Governance
  • Youth Arts and Culture
  • Women’s Rights

Funding Guidelines

  • OSISA invites proposals from civil society, community or state actors from Southern Africa, which are not formally registered entities.
  • OSISA will consider concept proposals from such unregistered and informal groups and formations that, if approved, may then be further developed into fully-fledged grant proposals for consideration.
  • Non-registered groups and formations may submit OSISA 2016 Concept Proposal Forms for consideration by OSISA.

How to Apply

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To apply, organizations and entities operating and registered in southern Africa need to complete and submit the OSISA 2016 Grant Application Form through the website.

For more information, please visit Grant programme.