Through our Programs Department, Akiba Uhaki Foundation offers grants to Human Rights and Social Justice Organizations in the East African region, up to a current limit of Kshs. 500,000 for organizations within Kenya and USD 6,500 for organizations from Burundi, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania.Read more...
Akiba Uhaki Grants
Currently the Programs Department of Akiba Uhaki offers grants in the following three categories:
Targeted Grants:The targeted grants support organizations identified by Akiba Uhaki or its partners working with communities and making a difference through innovative community organizing and advocacy programs and projects.
Pass-Through Grants:In pursuit of its mandate, Akiba Uhaki works to raise funds on behalf of specific projects or organizations from regional sources, the diaspora and international organizations and individuals with interests in the said projects and/or organizations and pass the funds through to the intended recipients.
CFP Grants:CFP provides opportunities for organizations that may be “off-the-radar” but who have such innovative ideas as Akiba Uhaki is looking for to apply for grants within the human rights and social justice programs.
How to Apply
Eligibility for application for our grants is open to human rights and social justice organizations, both formal and informal entities including Faith Based Organisations(FBOs), student organisations, women’s and youth organisation, within the East Africa region(Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi).
Funding Proposal Guidelines:
The Applicant is required to prepare and submit a brief but concise proposal, preferably of between 4-7 pages (inclusive of budget), which should provide all the following details:
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