Grants on Healthcare Issues | PAK-NGOs
Description

Under the overarching theme of the “Fourth 90”, there are three types of projects that we are particularly eager to support:

FOCUS 1: ACCESS AND QUALITY OF LIFE

The Access and Quality of Life grants will support initiatives that  promote patient-centricity, enhance access to care/information, and the quality of life of people living with HIV. Proposals can include:

  • Sexual health and HIV prevention education campaigns;

  • Education and awareness campaigns around U=U (Undetectable = Untransmittable);

  • Access to basic health services including testing, mental health, and well-being programs — e.g.: counselling, vocational training for people living with HIV, health services for older patients, and key population-led health services such as case management, mental health or chemical dependency.

 

FOCUS 2: MULTIDISCIPLINARY CARE

The Multidisciplinary Care grants focus on initiatives aimed at enhancing capacity building for multidisciplinary professions and long-term care. Initiatives include:

  • Evidence and research generation projects focused on multidisciplinary care approaches;

  • Capacity-building training of healthcare practitioners and non-health experts in psychology and mental health;

  • Health literacy training programs for healthcare practitioners and allied health professionals on long-term condition management.

 

FOCUS 3: DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

The Diversity and Inclusion grant tackles discriminatory policies, labor laws and regulations, unjust workplace and HR practices, and social stigma against people living with HIV. Proposals can include:

  • Workplace diversity campaigns;

  • Advocacy for antidiscrimination employment or workplace policies;

  • Campaigns to address social and cultural stigma.

Eligibility

Nonprofit status: Certification of non-profit tax status through an official or government-issued document is required for all applicants.

  • Must be established for at least two years upon the time of the grant application.

  • Track record of sound financial stewardship and ability to deliver impactful programming.

  • Strong commitment to good corporate governance, compliance, and ethics.

  • Demonstrated understanding of HIV and affected communities.

  • Strong network, partnership capacity, and ability to collaborate effectively.

How to Apply

For more information and online Application. Please visit this page:

Gilead Asia Pacific Rainbow Grant