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Leading from the South

We have launched Leading from the South, a new program that will support technically and financially the initiatives of organized women.

Who. Women-led organizations (large and mid-sized organizations, small grassroot groups/organizations)

Deadline. The deadline ended on 30th, March 2017 at 11.59 p.m. (Argentina time).

Countries. Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Dominican Republic, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela.

END OF THE CALL

Thank you for your interest in Leading from the South Programme! The call for proposals for the Latin American and Caribbean region ended on March 30th , 23:59 (Argentine time). The selection process will be from March 31th  to April 30th . The winning organizations will be informed arround  May 15th , 2017.

 FIN DE L'APPEL 

Nous vous remercions de votre intérêt pour le Programme Leading aprés le Sud! L'appel pour la region d'Amérique Latine et des Caraïbes qui s'est terminé le 30 Mars 2017, 23h59m (heure d'Argentine). Le processus de sélection se déroulera du 31 Mars au 30 Avril. Les organisations gagnantes seront informées vers le 15 mai 2017.

 

 

 

 

 


 

Mission:
To mobilize financial and technical resources in support of women’s initiatives, which aim to advance gender equality as the path towards a just and equitable social change.:

We believe that when resources get where you least expect it, and when initiatives and ideas of the most marginalized women are supported, an infinite horizon of changes is widely opened. Fondo de Mujeres del Sur was established in 2007 in Cordoba, Argentina, and is currently working in 3 countries: Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. Since its foundation in 2007, FMS has mobilized more than 2.1 million USD to the region, delivering more than 390 grants to 80 women organizations (by May 2015). Working areas

•  Economic, Social, and Labor Rights

•  Environmental and Cultural Rights

•  Sexual and Reproductive Rights

•  Women’s Political Participation•  Sexual Diversity

•  Gender Violence 

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Welcome to FMS

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Empowering Environmental Defenders of the Chaco Americano

 

This program was designed by the Fondo de Mujeres del Sur (Argentina, Uruguay y Paraguay), in partnership with Fundación Plurales (Argentina) and the Centro de Capacitación e Investigación de la Mujer Campesina de Tarija (Bolivia).

Our main goals with this initiative are:

1. Provide finantial support to grassroots women' groups that defend and promote their environmental rights and their communities, They are women who fight for the defense of the right to a land, food sovereignty, the right to water against spraying pesticides, the recovery / appreciation of cultures and ancestral knowledge, and political participation of women in their communities and decision areas that affect them.

 

Global Alliance for Green and Gender Action – (GAGGA)

 
In 2016, Fondo de Mujeres del Sur joined the Global Alliance for Green and Gender Action (GAGGA), which brings flexible financial support to grassroot groups and social movements which protect women and environmental rights worldwide. The aim is to strengthen and unify the capabilities of grassroots groups to lobby and advocate with and for women to claim their rights to water, food security and a clean, healthy and safe environment.

Through this partnership, the FMS brings financial and technical support to 11 amazing groups led by women from Paraguay and Bolivia that promote the right to access to clean water, food safety and a healthy and safe environment. GAGGA is led by Fondo Centramericano de Mujeres (FCAM) with the participation of Both ENDS and Mama Cash, and the World Resources Institute (WRI) as strategic partner.

Along with the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs as financial partner, the GAGGA program was set out in January 2016, for a period of 5 years at global scale. The FMS in the Southern Cone is among the Funds that take part in this program.

What do women rights and environmental justice have in common? In some countries where high levels of gender inequality exist, women are four times more likely to die in floods than men.  Women and girls are marginalized, abused and ravished, and although women have the most important and risky role in managing natural resources, they do not have free access to land or decision-making about their life and surrounding environment, or to a comprehensive education.

 

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Nuevo domicilio del Fondo de Mujeres del Sur

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La nueva dirección es Faustino Allende 245 "A", Bº Cófico, Córdoba Capital. X5000HTE. Argentina.

Para comunicarse con nosotras por correo electrónico escriban a This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  o por teléfono +54 351 4717173 o 0800 220 4550

 
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Program Building a Labor Rights Agenda for Women

This Program has been designed by an international consortium comprised of FMS, Alquimia (Women’s Fund in Chile), Semillas (Mexican asociation Society for Women’s Rights) y FCAM (Central American Women’s Fund, in Nicaragua, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Guatemala and Honduras), together with the organizations Confederación Latinoamericana y del Caribe de Trabajadoras del Hogar -CONLACTRAHO(Latin American and Caribbean Confederation of Domestic Workers), RED Centroamericana de Mujeres en Solidaridad con las Trabajadoras de las Maquilas-Red CAM (Central American Women's Network in Solidarity with Maquila Female Workers), Movimiento de Mujeres María Elena Cuadra -MEC and Red de Solidaria la Maquila-RSM (Women’s Movement and the Maquila Solidarity Network).

The Program binds together domestic, maquila and Needlework female workers throughout South and Central America. These jobs are characterized by a high share of female workers, high levels of informality and low wages.

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Building Networks and Partnerships

Building Networks and Partnerships is a support program that is aimed at strengthening groups of women who are at initial stages of setting up organizations.

This program provides support to groups of women from urban, rural and low-income sectors. It mainly consists of groups of indigenous and rural women, grassroots women's groups and also women's groups within other community-based organizations.

 

 

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