Robert Carr Fund

Type of project: The Fund invites global and regional civil society networks and consortia of networks led by, and/or devoted to serving inadequately served populations living with HIV to apply for a grant to support their core funding and activity.

needs for a three-year period (2022-2024). applicants must address the health, social inclusion and wellbeing of inadequately served populations (ISPs). Inadequately served populations (ISPs) are groups or persons that face a higher HIV risk, mortality and/or morbidity compared to the general population, and, at the same time, face systematic human rights violations and barriers to information and services.

Location:  Worldwide

Eligibility: Existing grantees as well as new applicants, especially CSO networks which represent populations and regions which are current underserved in the fund portfolio are eligible. Global and regional CSO networks as well as consortia of networks may apply. Priority will be given to networks led by ISPs.

Grant size: USD 1,000,000 per year, for three years – being USD 3,000,000 for consortia

Deadline: 11 July