AVERT’s Call for proposals: 2015 Small Grants Programme for Organizations working to combat the Impact of HIV and AIDS ( £10,000)

Application Deadline: November 21st 2014
AVERT Small Grants Programme: Building partnerships to strengthen community responses to HIV and AIDS that target young people
Value of grant: up to £10,000
For projects in: Lesotho, Malawi or Swaziland
Grants awarded: January 2015
AVERT is delighted to announce the launch of its Small Grants Programme! AVERT provides grants and technical support to grassroots organisations working to combat the impact of HIV and AIDS at the community level.AVERT is calling for project proposals which increase comprehensive knowledge and understanding of HIV and AIDS among young people aged between 15 and 24 in Malawi, Swaziland or Lesotho with the aim of supporting healthy sexual and reproductive lives.

National not-for-profit / non-governmental / faith-based organisations working in these countries are invited to submit project proposals provided that they fulfil the eligibility criteria:

  • Applicants must be a registered national not-for-profit, non-governmental or faith-based organisation
  • Applicants must have a clear and transparent governance system in place with a Board of Trustees and audited accounts
  • If asked, applicants must be willing to share their last annual report and audited accounts with AVERT
Completed applications should be sent by email to [email protected]. A confirmation of receipt will be sent.
For More Information:
Visit the Official Webpage of the AVERT Small Grants Programme


2 responses to “AVERT’s Call for proposals: 2015 Small Grants Programme for Organizations working to combat the Impact of HIV and AIDS ( £10,000)”

  1. Ayamga Anamboyine Avatar
    Ayamga Anamboyine

    Please sir, we are into care and prevention of HIV in Bolgatanga Ghana.
    We have support groups of people living with HIV attending monthly support meetings.

  2. Pastor Arthur Turyatunga Avatar

    Please Sir/Madam, we are in Uganda, Hoima district serving and working with groups, people affected and infected with HIV. Could we have partnership with you to promote and empower these lives in this nation partnering with you?

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