Denmark, Netherlands Launch Fund To Support Sexual, Reproductive Health Groups

The Guardian: Denmark and Netherlands launch fund for sexual health groups
“A €15m (£12m) fund to support small, grassroots organizations that are defending sexual and reproductive health and rights was launched in New York on Monday. The Amplify Change fund, financed by the Danish and Dutch governments, along with the David and Lucile Packard and William and Flora Hewlett foundations, will provide a new stream of cash for local groups that often fail to attract finance for their work from mainstream donors for political or religious reasons, or because the size of the organizations deem them too risky an investment…” (Ford, 9/23).

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