This year has seen the continent report a surge in COVID-19 cases which have been fuelled by a new variant of virus reported in some countries in Africa.  UAF-Africa is elevating her solidarity and support by expanding her COVID-19 response to ensure feminist and womn’s rights movements in Tanzania lead from the front in fighting coronavirus and its devastating gendered effects. 
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This call for application is for eligible feminist and womn’s rights organisations, collectives, groups and movements that are either already supporting or want to support a feminist response and recovery from the current impacts of COVID-19 particularly those that target underrepresented and marginalised womn, through systemic change initiatives that cut across different thematic areas.
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Womn with disabilities disproportionately live on the brink of extreme poverty, due to significant barriers including, lower rates of formal employment, reliance on informal sectors of work, and lower rates of pay than men with disabilities. In this call for proposals, UAF-Africa is supporting womn human rights defenders with disabilities to address issues on economic justice; bodily autonomy, sexual and reproductive health and rights; bostering cultures of care and knowledge production on impact of COVID-19 on womn with disabilities. Click below for more details on how to apply.