CAMY Fund announces new and renewal grantee partners for 2017

The Central America and Mexico Youth Fund (CAMY Fund) is pleased to announce its renewal grantee partners as part of Round 1 of our 2017 grantmaking.

This round contains stellar project leaders from high-impact organizations working to reduce adolescent pregnancy, improve girls’ secondary school retention, and decrease the percentage of girls under 18 who are married or in a civil union. To see more click here

Seattle International Foundation’s Central America and Mexico Youth (CAMY) Fund Launches Latin America and Caribbean-Wide Initiative on Child Marriage and Early Unions

The Central America and Mexico Youth Fund (CAMY Fund), a program of Seattle International Foundation, will launch a Latin America and Caribbean-wide initiative focusing on child marriage and early unions (CM/EUs) with a sub-regional emphasis on Mexico and Central America. The initiative will receive initial funding support from the Ford Foundation, NoVo Foundation, and The Summit Foundation. For more information click here

CAMY Fund is hiring!

The CAMY Fund is hiring a new Project Manager

The Central America and Mexico Youth Fund is hiring a new Project Manager to coordinate a large-scale regional project on child marriage and early marriages. Please click here for the full job announcement (in Spanish only).

CAMY Fund is hiring!

The CAMY Fund is hiring a new Researcher for Repository and Web Portal

The Central America and Mexico Youth Fund is hiring a new Researcher for a Repository and Web Portal to contribute to a large-scale regional project on child marriage and early marriages. Please click here for the full job announcement (in Spanish only).

CAMY Fund’s informed grantmaking approach: Quintana Roo, Mexico

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In January, I traveled to Quintana Roo, Mexico to see CAMY Fund grantee partner Elige: Red de Jóvenes por los Derechos Sexuales y Reproductivos in action. The pretext was a training that Elige convened for organizations that form part of the Quintana Roo Network for Youth Sexual and Reproductive Rights, of which they are a founding member.

To read the full post by Emily Barcklow, click here