OSISA

OSISA is a growing African Institution committed to deepening democracy, protecting human rights and enhancing good governance in the region.

OSISA

OSISA’s vision is to promote and sustain the ideals, values, institutions and practices of open society, with the aim of establishing vibrant and tolerant….

OSISA

OSISA is a grant making and advocacy foundation that is part of the global Open Society Foundations Network.

Our Grants

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2019 Call For Applications

SOUTHERN AFRICA
CLOSING DATE: Submissions are currently closed


For the 2019 Strategy Year, OSISA programmes
are looking for concept notes
or state actors that address issues in the
following priority spheres:

 

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Want to apply?

Read our current call for Applications to see which areas we are funding in 2019

The Grant
Management
Process:


First take a look at the OSISA Strategy
and the guidelines
here

Learn more about our grants.

Submission Of Applications

Applications should be completed using the following methods:

  1. By postal mail to: Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa, PO Box 678, Wits, Johannesburg, South Africa 2050
  2. By fax: +27115875099
  3. By email to: grantproposals2019@osisa.org

Kindly use ONLY ONE method of applying.
To submit your concept/idea for review by our Clusters, please kindly download and fill in our Concept Note form and Budget template.

Spotlight

NEWS AND ARTICLES FROM OSISA

LEARNING STORIES VOL.2

In August 2018. the Open Society Foundations Early Childhood Programme and the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) commissioned the development of a series of Learning Stories to capture changes and best practices of 10 organisations working with children with disabilies and special educational needs in Southern Africa. Each organisation was a grantee of the Open Society Early Childhood Programme and OSISA between 2016 and 2018.

The Learning Stories were developed between mid-August and early October 2018. At the time, grantees were in their final year of funding, and it was considered imperative to capture the learning from this set of grants to inform future practice and funding strategies.

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