Call For Proposals for Litigating Reproductive Justice in Africa (LIRA) ($ 3,000 – 30,000 in funding)

Call For Proposals for Litigating Reproductive Justice in Africa (LIRA). Are you working on and/or thinking about litigation to advance or protect Reproductive Justice? This first African fund for litigating SRHR justice is for you.

An African organization called Afya na Haki Institute (Ahaki) develops knowledge and strengthens advocacy skills in the fields of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR).

In order to accomplish its goals, Ahaki employs Africentric approaches in a local, regional, pan-African, and international context.

Under its initiative on Litigating Reproductive Justice in Africa, Ahaki is thrilled to announce the launch of the first African fund supporting SRHR litigation in Africa (LIRA). In order to guarantee access to SRHR in Africa, the LIRA Programme aims to build, strengthen, and sustain a regional network advancing reproductive justice litigation. Through proactive, evidence-based, and cooperative litigation for access to SRHR, the LIRA program seeks to foster an atmosphere in which Africa embraces reproductive justice.



Call For Proposals for Litigating Reproductive Justice in Africa (LIRA)


Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Senegal, Uganda, and Zimbabwe


$ 3000  –  $30,000


January 30th, 2023.



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Projects focusing on one or more of the following interventions will be supported by the LIRA program:

Finding, supporting, and sustaining a network of African experts and individuals advancing reproductive justice;

1. Research, documentation, and dissemination of positive African narratives on litigating access to SRHR;

2. Capacity enhancement for African organizations towards litigating access to SRHR;

3. Undertaking and supporting strategic and public interest litigations at the domestic, sub-regional, and regional levels to advance access to SRHR including SRHR criminology


·      The project time must be completed in twelve (12) months, and the grant amount will typically vary from $3000 to $30,000.

·      Indigenous African organizations with offices in Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Senegal, Uganda, and Zimbabwe are eligible to apply.

·      At least one of the LIRA program interventions should be accomplished as a result of the proposed projects’ activity. In addition, the fund will offer training opportunities, cross-training learning possibilities, and exchange learning.


The following criteria will be used to determine which ideas are chosen as winners:

Relevance and impact: The proposals should show how they are pertinent to and enhance the LIRA program activities.


New and inventive theories and methods for pursuing reproductive justice in Africa and how they enhance access to SRHR on a national, sub-regional, or regional level.

Value for money: When comparing the total budget to the anticipated outputs, proposals should emphasize fair value for money.


Implementation capability:

Proposals should show the institution’s capability to oversee and carry out the project.

Submission Requirements and Deadline: Please use this link to submit a thorough project proposal: by January 30th, 2023.


By the end of February 2023, Ahaki will let the applicants know who has been selected.


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