Updated Nov 06, 2020CLOSED

Voice Your Move! Philippines Influencing Grant

Offered by Oxfam International, Hivos and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Government of the Netherlands as part of Voice

Everyday, people move. Being able to physically move facilitates a broad umbrella of economic, social and political freedoms that are taken for granted but affect our work towards sustainable and inclusive societies. Barriers to mobility and movement have been underscored by the COVID-19 pandemic. Rightsholder groups experience the travel bans, lockdowns, and restrictions imposed by the government differently. Although these are necessary to limit the spread of the disease, they impose additional barriers to the social inclusion of the rightsholder.

As freedom of movement is a human right, Voice invites civil society organisations to help shape local to national discussion on the mobility and movement of rightsholder groups.


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GrantType
CLOSEDJan 15, 2021Deadline
Up to $234,230Amount
18 to 33 monthsDuration(Months)

Mandatory Requirements

Implemented In:
RegionN/A
CountryPhilippines
Focus AreasCitizen Participation (Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance)
Social Services (Gender)
Community Transport Models (Transport & Supply Chains)
Displaced Persons & Migration Management (Humanitarian Assistance)
Youth
Disability
Gender

Influencing Grants are open to:

  • Locally registered non-profit Filipino organisations;

  • Networks, consortium, and coalitions with a locally registered non–profit Filipino organisations as the lead applicant

  • Locally registered Filipino social enterprises

All applicants must be rightsholder-led. An organisation (formal/informal) is rightsholder-led when it is governed and managed by members of the rightsholder-group(s). The principle of “Nothing About Us Without Us” guides their work. If the rightsholders do not play roles in the governance and management of the organisation, the proposal needs to describe how the rightsholder groups are fully involved in the conceptualisation, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of the project.

International organisations cannot be a lead applicant but can team up as a co-applicant in the case of consortium applications.



Milestones Reached

Countries Implemented In1

Other Requirements

Target Beneficiaries
  • The elderly/senior citizens and young people

  • Indigenous groups and ethnic minorities

  • Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex communities

  • Persons with disabilities

  • Women facing exploitation, abuse, and violence

Application And Awards Process

  1. Take the Eligibility Test in the next tab.

  2. Read the Grant Manual for guidelines on how to apply and what is expected of grantees.

  3. Read the Context Analysis summary of the Philippines to learn more about issues Voice rightsholder groups face.

Submit your narrative proposal through the online application system and attach the following documents:

  • Workplan

  • Risk Management Matrix

  • Budget Template

ATTACHMENTS

Philippines-report.pdf
FINAL-Philippines-Voice-Grant-Manual-Version-October-2020.pdf
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