“Stimulating Change From Below” Strategy: Putting The People And Social Justice At The Centre Of The East African Community (Eac) Integration Process

Akiba Uhaki Foundation invites applications, from community-based or community-serving national organizations working on projects aiming to promote people’s engagement with/sharpening of the social justice agenda of the EAC integration process.

Geographical Focus

This CFP is open to eligible applicants from any of the 5 East African States (Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda).

About Akiba Uhaki Foundation (AUF)

AUF is dedicated to supporting and accompanying Human Rights and Social Justice related organizations in tackling root causes of poverty, social injustices and human rights violations in East Africa. The Foundation believes that the basis of sustainable development is social justice and that until the East African Community (EAC) puts the concerns of the ordinary people at the center of all its negotiations and agreements, and truly people-owned, the ‘East African Community’ will remain elusive.

AUF support work that will result in: (a) empowered and assertive communities of people, (b) accountable governments and (c) effective monitoring and feedback mechanism by non-state actors on the integration process.

Stimulating Change From Below Intervention Strategy

The objective of the intervention strategy, which runs from 2009 to 2014, is to stimulate capacities of communities within East Africa to claim their rights in development.

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About yipe
Yipe an acronym for the Youth Interactive Portal for Enterprise is an organization that assists entrepreneurs to start up and manage their small businesses.

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