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The research used in-depth interviews and an online questionnaire, as well as an exhaustive desk review to collect data from girl-led groups and organisations, girl-centred organisations and the stakeholders that support them at different levels. This is an exciting opportunity to spotlight how girl-led organising takes place and how funders can provide flexible support that responds to the needs of girls and their organising.
Top 10 lessons learned from funders supporting and integrating youth-led innovations and technologies.
FRIDA and TLP launched a Grantmaking Model Evaluation of FRIDA's work in February 2015. The aim of the evaluation is to assess, after three grant making cycles, FRIDA's impact and effectiveness in supporting young feminist groups. This resulting report serves to document FRIDA's practices, test FRIDA's assumptions on the model's impact, and offer recommendations for improvement. Many key learnings have already been used to adapt the model. This report utilizes existing materials on FRIDA's grantmaking model, including outreach and internal documentation, and a number of interviews with FRIDA staff, advisors, founders, grantees, and applicants.
FRIDA's work takes many forms and always aims to shake things up. Our participatory grantmaking breaks the tradition, and transfers the power of decision making into the hands of the young women, girls, and trans*youth that apply. We work with our partners to create linking, learning, and capacity development opportunities that young activists struggle to find, but are critical to strengthening impact, making connections, and building solidarity. This annual report provides details about grantmaking, and stories about FRIDA's collective work.