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).

The CAMY Fund is looking for a 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 project leader present in a hearing before the Inter-American Human Rights Commission.

In the context of the 161 Ordinary Period of Session of the Inter-American Human Rights Commission (IACHR) a civil society delegation from Honduras presented at a hearing on Friday, March 17 about the violence and human rights violations in the country. Read the complete note here.

CAMY Fund’s achievements in 2016

At the CAMY Fund we are very proud to highlight our work and achievements during 2016. Check out the complete infograph here.

CAMY Fund announces renewal grantee partners for 2016

The Central America and Mexico Youth Fund (CAMY Fund) is pleased to announce its renewal grantee partners as part of Round 2 of our 2016 grantmaking. Read the note here.

The CAMY Fund is seeking Communications and Programs Intern.

The CAMY Fund is seeking a new Communications and Programs Intern, based in Guatemala. Check here for the full announcement (in Spanish only).

CAMY Fund grantees results, 2015

The CAMY Fund is proud to share the results of three of our grantee partners from 2015. Check  here for our infograph.

CAMY Fund 2016 Newslettler

The CAMY Fund is very pleased to present our 2016 first trimester newsletter. Read the newsletter here. 

CAMY Fund infograph on project results!

The CAMY Fund is thrilled to share the results of three of the grantee partners we funded in 2014. Check out our infograph here.

CAMY Fund announces new and renewal grantee partners for 2016!

The Central America and Mexico Youth Fund (CAMY Fund) is pleased to announce its new and renewal grantee partners as part of Round 1 of our 2016 grantmaking. Read more here.

CAMY Fund announces new and renewal grantees  partners for 2015!

The Central America & Mexico Youth Fund (CAMY Fund) is pleased to announce its new and renewal grantees as part of Round 2 of our 2015 grantmaking. Read more here about what these fabulous groups  are doing.

CAMY Fund is hiring!

The CAMY Fund is hiring a new Administrative Assistant! Please click here for the full job announcement (in Spanish only).

CAMY Fund is hiring!

The CAMY Fund is hiring a new Programs and Communication Fellow! Please click here for the full job announcement (in Spanish only).

CAMY Fund celebrates International Day of the Girl Child in Guatemala

On October 14th the CAMY Fund co-sponsored a commemorative event in collaboration with UNFPA Guatemala, the Spanish Cultural Center in Guatemala and La Casa de Producción. Read the full post here.

CAMY Fund to offer trainings on project development 

The CAMY Fund will be holding three trainings on project development for different audiences prior to the launch of our Request for Proposals in July 2015. Sign-up for one of the trainings or invite others to do so!

CAMY Fund announces new grantees in Guatemala

The Central America & Mexico Youth Fund (CAMY Fund) has selected new grantees in Guatemala under Round 1 of our 2015 grantmaking. Read more here about what these fabulous groups and youth leaders are doing to improve the lives of young people in their communities.

SIF presents CAMY Fund Grantees!

grantees at SIF

 

SIF presents their CAMY Fund grantees at the Central America Donors Forum in Mexico City. Learn more about our grantees and how they are using youth-led innovative approaches to solve difficult social challenges.

 

 

SIF announces CAMY Fund Commitment at CGI

CGI

 

SIF announces commitment to establish the CAMY Fund (formerly Central American Youth Fund) at the Clinton Global Initiative. The Fund will provide grant support to organizations implementing youth-led projects that address sexual and reproductive health, as well as support long-term, sustainable change by investing in the skills of local leaders.