African Capacity Building Foundation
Provision of grants is an important component in the Foundation's capacity-building interventions. Through grant making the Foundation channels financial support to capacity building to strengthen the core public sector and its interface with the private sector and civil society, and to support regional initiatives in the area of specialized training, policy analysis, applied policy research, negotiation and policy advocacy. Grants are mainly provided to support core projects and programs
African Grant Makers Network
The African Grantmakers Network brings together grantmaking organisations from all over Africa to consolidate the voice for African Philanthropy.
African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF)
The African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF) is a grant-making foundation which supports local, national and regional organisations in Africa working towards women’s empowerment. Through institutional capacity building and programme development, AWDF seeks to build a culture of learning and partnerships within the African women’s movement.
Akiba Uhaki, the Human Rights and Social Justice Fund, is an emerging grant-making organization dedicated to supporting and accompanying Human Rights and Social Justice related organizations in East Africa i.e. Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda
Asia Pacific Philanthropy Consortium (APPC)
The Asia Pacific Philanthropy Consortium is an independent association of grantmaking philanthropic institutions and organizations that support the growth and development of philanthropy in the Asia Pacific region. Our mission is to increase the quality and quantity of philanthropy for Asia by strengthening the institutional infrastructure and improving the operating environment for the philanthropy sector. To achieve our mission, we serve as a catalyst, convener and network builder.
Kenya Community Development Foundation
Kenya Community Development Foundation is a public philanthropic foundation that supports sustainable community driven development. Formed in 1997, KCDF is the first and oldest indigenous foundation of its kind in East Africa.
The Foundation for Civil Society
The Foundation for Civil Society is a Tanzanian non-profit company, designed and funded by a group of like-minded development partners, and governed by an independent Board. It was previously known as the Civil Society Program (CSP). The Foundation was registered in September 2002 and started operations in January 2003.
The Open Society Institute and Soros Foundations Network
The Open Society Initiative for East Africa promotes public participation in democratic governance, the rule of law, and respect for human rights by awarding grants, developing programs, and bringing together diverse civil society leaders and groups. Based in Nairobi, with an office in Uganda, the initiative supports work in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, and Sudan as well as regional organizations whose mandate encompasses eastern Africa.
The Southern Africa Trust
The Southern Africa Trust supports processes to deepen and widen participation in policy dialogue with a regional impact on poverty
United States International Grantmaking (USIG)
United States International Grantmaking (USIG) is a project of the Council on Foundations in partnership with the International Center for Not-For-Profit Law. The USIG project facilitates effective and responsible international grantmaking by U.S. foundations.