Positive Action Challenges in partnership with The International AIDS Society (IAS) is seeking concept notes for a program entitled "Sex, Work, Life & HIV: Stigma-Free Services for Sex Workers".
Our new challenge is seeking brand-new ideas OR current existing projects that allow sex worker communities and healthcare providers work together to provide comprehensive, stigma and discrimination-free HIV prevention services.
We are looking for both new and existing responses where sex worker communities and healthcare providers work together to provide stigma-free access to HIV prevention services.
There are two challenge prizes up for grabs, please consider the following criteria relevant to the prize you are applying for:
1. A Seed Prize to pilot a brand-new idea.
Successful new ideas will: commit to an active collaboration between the community/civil society and healthcare provider.
2. A Grand Prize to expand or scale-up an existing project you are involved in.
Successful existing projects will:
a. Explain how the community/civil society and healthcare provider are working together to make the project successful.
b. Prove that the project is enabling more sex workers to access HIV prevention services with quantitative evidence.
c. Demonstrate that the project is acceptable to the targeted sex worker community with qualitative evidence.
Apply for a $25,000 seed prize to pilot a brand-new idea.
Apply for a $75,000 grand prize to expand or scale-up an existing project you are involved in.
For more information and online application, please click the link below: