EKHN Request for Proposals: 2018 Small Grants Program “GENDER and HIV”

Deadline: 2 August 2018

Eurasian Key Populations Health Network (EKHN) has announced an open Request for Proposals for 2018 Small Grants Program “GENDER and HIV”.

Through this RfP, EKHN invites proposals from Eastern European and Central Asian (EECA) civil society organizations scaling up access to gender oriented, sensitive and/or transformative HIV prevention, treatment, care and support and assuring that resources are mobilized and utilized appropriately to respond gender gap in HIV epidemic.

The goal of the EKHN Small Grants Program is to contribute to improved health, inclusion and social wellbeing for Key Populations in EECA. To reach this goal, EKHN provides funding to strengthen the institutional and advocacy capacity of civil society and their alias.

The RfP for 2018 Small Grants Program “GENDER and HIV” is a programmatic part of the EKHN project “Eurasian Regional Platform for Accelerated Action for Women, Girls and Transgender in in HIV/AIDS Context” funded by RCNF.

Eligibility Criteria

Each application received by the RfP deadline will be screened by EKHN to ensure that it meets the defined eligibility criteria:

  • EKHN issued this call for proposals for international, regional and national officially registered civil society organizations in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kirgizstan, Moldova, Poland, Russia, Tajikistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.
  • The minimum required sum should be 2000,-USD with the maximum being up to 4000,-USD.
  • One organization can submit ONLY one proposal as the main applicant but can be partner in several projects.
  • The project maximum duration can be 3 months or less starting in the 01st September and lasting until the 30th November 2018.
  • Calibri 11 font size needs to be used with maximum page number for entire application being 20 pages.
  • Applications need to be submitted in English.
  • Attachments other than the documents required will NOT be taken into consideration.

How to Apply

Proposals must be submitted at the address given on the website.

For more information, please visit 2018 Small Grants.

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