UHAI EASHRI US Fund

An indigenous, activist fund resourcing the movement for LGBTI and sex worker rights in East Africa.

UHAI EASHRI (KE) A Project of U | KBFUS Funds

Funding the fight for a world in which all people can live equality and dignity

UHAI EASHRI provides East Africa's LGBTI and sex worker movements flexible and responsive funding, capacity support, and support for research, partner engagements and convenings. By engaging the very activists involved in the movement to guide the grant making process, UHAI EASHRI employs a uniquely East African perspective on social change, ensuring those closest to the issues have the agency to fund action.

UHAI EASHRI is the first and largest organization of its kind to support the movement for LGBTI and sex worker rights in East Africa. In the 7 years since its founding UHAI EASHRI has awarded nearly $5 million to civil society groups in Kenya, Burundi, Uganda, Rwanda and Tanzania. At the top of 2016, UHAI expanded its reach to fund sexual and gender minority activism in Ethiopia and will follow suit in Democratic Republic of Congo by the close of the year. According to a recent study by Foundation Center and International Human Rights Funders Group, UHAI accounts for 1 in 6 LGBTI grants globally, and we are the 9th largest funder of sex worker rights globally.

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Join the fight for LGBTI equality in East Africa!

Please consider making a donation today, sustaining UHAI with monthly donations. Your investment today ensures that LGBTI and sex worker communities in East Africa receive the support they need to affect change in their communities, and helps cultivate the resilience necessary to sustain the fight for dignity, respect and equality.

Thank you for your support!

For gifts by check: Write your check to KBFUS, write "UHAI EASHRI US Fund" in the memo section of the check, and send it to KBFUS, 10 Rockefeller Plaza, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10020.

Gifts by wire transfer or to contribute other types of property: Email KBFUS at: info@kbfus.org or phone (212) 713 7660.