Making All Voices Count
Making All Voices Count: a Grand Challenge for Development is a partnership between DFID, Omidyar Network, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, and the United States Agency for International Development. The Programme focuses global attention on innovative solutions and uses of technology that amplify the voices of ordinary citizens and support governments to respond effectively to them. Through this, we aim to contribute to the creation of more effective democratic governance and accountability.
Making All Voices Count is calling for applications for its New Grant Area in South Africa.
From 2015, Making All Voices Count grants programme will focus on new thematic area, under which we are now inviting applications for funding: Devolution and capacity development for civil society’s advocacy efforts
We want ideas that bring together tech actors, government, the private sector and civil society, to find new solutions to governance challenges.
Applications will be assessed on an on going basis – there is no deadline.
Applications for amounts up to £100,000 will be considered, although for exceptional projects the grant ceiling may be raised. We welcome ideas that are new and challenging: our current projects range from a multi-stakeholder project that follows survivors of sexual assault through health and justice services in South Africa, to a data-driven public service monitoring system for health and education that is embedded in the Bahawalpur district government in Pakistan.
Applications will be assessed on an ongoing basis – there is no deadline.
For more information on who we are, how to apply and the kind of projects we fund, go to our website http://www.makingallvoicescount.org/apply-for-funding/ or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
To view other opportunities, refer to www.ngopulse.org/group/home-page/other-opportunities.