Bridging the Gaps Call for Research Grants: Sex workers know best!

Now Funding Agencies will be at your Fingertips

Deadline: 1 March 2018

Applications are open for the Bridging the Gaps sex work project that aims to support sex worker-led, civil society organisations and networks with a track record in human rights and/or health programmes for sex workers.

The earliest start-date for research and development projects is 1 June 2018 and the projects are expected to start during 2018.

Goals

This call for proposals directly contributes to the three long term goals:

  • Strengthened civil society that holds governments to account;
  • Increased fulfilment of human rights of sex workers;
  • Improved sexual and reproductive health and rights and fewer HIV infections

Grant Information

  • The minimum budget is € 5.000 and the maximum budget per proposal is €25.000.
  • Funding may be applied for a maximum of two years (24 months).
  • Applicants are allowed to submit a maximum of one project proposal per year.
  • Grants for research may be used to fund salaries for researchers, students and technical staff.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Current Bridging the Gaps partners (that have a current funding relationship with either Aidsfonds, NSWP, ITPC and GNP+) with support from the regional networks in the following countries and regions are eligible to apply for a research budget: Eastern Europe and Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine), East and Southern Africa (Kenya, South Africa, Uganda, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Mozambique) and South East Asia (Indonesia, Myanmar, Vietnam).
  • Population: female, male and transgender sex workers including sex workers living with HIV
  • Note: The call is not limited to country research. Grants can be used to study cross-countries or on a regional level, especially if a certain best practice model used in one country is effective/applicable in another country.

How to Apply

Applicants must download the application form via given website.

Eligible Countries:

  • Eastern Europe and Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine)
  • East and Southern Africa (Kenya, South Africa, Uganda, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Mozambique)
  • South East Asia (Indonesia, Myanmar, Vietnam).

For more information, please visit Call for Research Grants.

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