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Five Civil Society Organisations win ANAM Small Grant Awards

Publicatiedatum: 04/08/2021

https://www.ircwash.org/sites/default/files/five_civil_society_organizations_win_anam_small_grant_awards

Five Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) win ANAM Small Grant Award in Asutifi North

On Monday, July 5 in Kenyasi, five local civil society organisations (CSOs) were announced as winners of the Asutifi North Ahonedie Mpuntuo (ANAM) small grant call for CSOs in Asutifi North District.

The five CSOs will receive a total grant value of fifty thousand Ghana cedis (50,000GHS) for excellence in the development of proposals to carry out public education and sensitization in the district to complement efforts of ANAM partners in the target localities towards achieving universal coverage in the district.

In April 2021, the Asutifi North District Assembly in partnership with IRC Ghana launched the ANAM Small Grant Opportunity for CSOs in the district to embark on advocacy on equity and inclusion in WASH. In response to the call, 12 proposals were received on May 15, 2021. The proposals were duly screened and assessed by an independent jury. The event, which hosted the IRC senior leadership team announced the following five local CSOs as the small grant winners:

  • Sustainable Development Focus Ghana (SUDEF GHANA),
  • Global Alliance for Development Foundation (GADeF),
  • Firm Foundation and Environment,
  • Phanuel Global Health Foundation, and
  • Universal Rehabilitation Centre.

Present at the small grant announcement ceremony were the local CSOs/NGOs, the Asutifi North District Assembly staff, traditional authorities, CNHF partners, IRC staff, Media, IRC Leadership Team, and Latter-Day Saints Charities[LDSC] team. 

This video presents highlights of the small grant call announcement event.