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PACE Training Fellowship for Reproductive Health Policy Advocacy

PACE Training Fellowship for Reproductive Health Policy Advocacy

Country: USAID Family Planning Priority Countries
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Applications call for PACE Training Fellowship for Reproductive Health Policy Advocacy.


This is a multimedia training fellowship that will boost the skills and success of youth-led FP/RH organizations and will teach them to create digital campaigns, networks, and movements for policy change. The project will begin with an in-person training opportunity for digitally savvy youth organizations who will then return to their communities to lead and launch multimedia campaigns with their peers focused on critical FP/RH issues. Moreover, the lessons will focus on leadership, advocacy campaign planning, multimedia skill development, and community engagement and will include discussions and exchanges with key experts.


The Multimedia Campaign can focus on any aspect of reproductive health, population, and development, but must be relevant to the respective country and community of participants. Campaign theme examples include:

  • Child marriage,
  • Female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C),
  • Fistula prevention,
  • Gender-based violence (GBV),
  • HIV and AIDS,
  • Maternal health,
  • Population and the environment.


  • The organization must be led by youth (ages 15-35).
  • The organization must be able to participate in the training and correspond with PACE staff in English; but advocacy campaigns can be in other languages.
  • It must be from a USAID Family Planning Priority Country (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, DRC, Ethiopia, Ghana, Haiti, India, Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Rwanda, Senegal, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Yemen, and Zambia).
  • Similarly, the organization must read, understand, and commit to the USAID Global Health Legislative and Policy Requirements.
  • Furthermore, a strong preference will be given to organizations formally registered as nonprofits and possessing an institutional bank account.

Furthermore, visit this link to apply for the PACE Training Fellowship for Reproductive Health Policy Advocacy.


Type of Opportunity Scholarships and Fellowships
Deadline12 March,2020
CountryUSAID Family Planning Priority Countries
Open toUSAID Family Planning Priority Countries
OrganizerPopulation Reference Bureau



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