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*Women’s Fund Fiji is apolitical. It does not provide grants for political purposes or activities including campaigns. This includes political party or independent candidates*
The Fund works towards reaching women living in rural and remote locations and those who are marginalised, including women with disabilities and those facing discrimination based on their sexual orientation or gender identity.
We provide grants to women’s groups, networks, and organisations to support them in transforming individual attitudes and behaviours to contribute positively to improving the lives of women. Our Grantee Partners are governed and led by diverse women and gender non-conforming people in Fiji.
Go to How to Apply Page to find out if your organisation is eligible.
Supports programs and projects that enhance gender equality in Fiji. The scope and timeline of these projects can be determined by the intended short-term and long-term outcomes of the program or project. These grants will be available for core costs and long-term activities for registered and unregistered organisations. Maximum funding of FJD 150,000 per year.Read More
Supports the organisation and participation in movement building activities that will contribute towards achieving gender equality in Fiji. Maximum funding of FJD 100,000 per year. Grants will be available to women’s groups and organisations that are willing to: * Organise an event that contributes towards movement-building for gender equality. * Participate in a local, regional, or international event that enhances their ability to achieve long-term goals of their group or organisation.Read More
Supports crisis management or crisis activities in the initial or the recovery period of sudden onset crisis. Maximum funding of FJD 50,000 per year. These grants are only open to the Fund’s current and former grantee partners. The Expression of Interest forms for Resilience Grants will be available all year round on the Fund’s website. A duration of 1 month is the anticipated time for your application to be assessed.Read More