Mariana, utbildad i kvinnligt ledarskap, diskuterar rättvisa med män och kvinnor på landsbygden i Guatemala, som en del i ett jämställdhetsprojekt som stöds av Kooperation Utan Gränser, en av Sidas ramorganisationer.

Mariana, trained in women's leadership, discussing justice with men and women in rural areas of Guatemala, in a gender project supported by the Swedish Cooperative Centre, one of Sida's framework organisations.

Photo: Ania Janerud

Civil society organisations

How to cooperate

Updated: 23 June 2015

The cooperation between Sida and a civil society organisation can be done in different ways. Listed here are some means for organisations to apply for funding.

Applying for funding through an organisation with framework agreement

Applying for funding for humanitarian aid through civil society

What is civil society?

For Sida, civil society is an arena, separate from the state, the market and the individual household, in which people organise themselves and act together to promote their common interests. Sida cooperates with eg people's movements, social communities, women's movements, environmental movements, religious associations, cooperatives, neighbourhood committees and trade unions.

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