MTV Staying Alive Grant: Small Grants to Youth led CBOs working to fight HIV in most Innovative Ways
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Since 2005, the program has been granting sums of money to young inspiring people, the people fighting to beat HIV in their local communities in the most innovative ways. Currently 6 projects form EECA are being funded in the following countries: Poland, Romania, Moldova, Macedonia, Armenia and Tajikistan.
Deadline: 28 August 2016
Funds Available: Every successful grant applicant will receive up to $12,000 of funding for 1 year to set up an HIV awareness project in their community.
Grants will be awarded to small, youth-led organisations that:
- Are entirely led by young people under the age of 27
- Are community-based, grassroots organisations
- Educate and/or give out responsible and accurate information about HIV and AIDS targeted at young people in their communities
- Eliminate or alleviate the stigma and discrimination associated with HIV and AIDS
- Encourage young people to take concrete action to protect themselves from HIV infection
- Demonstrate innovation and creativity in their activities
- Reflect and honour the culture in which the project operates
- Program will particularly, but not exclusively, fund organisations who work with key at risk populations, including adolescent girls, LGBTs, sex workers, prisoners and injecting drug users.
- All Staying Alive Foundation grant applicants must agree to allow the Staying Alive Foundation and MTV to promote and publicise their projects.
Interested applicants must apply online via: MTV Staying Alive Grant.
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