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Contact the Asia Foundation for more information. Supports women’s organizations in Central America that work for women’s rights, with a particular focus on young women. Does not award grants to individuals. grant range: de scription: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong SAR, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, Pacific Island Nations, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Vietnam type of grant: countries/regions: grant range: multi-year, general operating support Contact organization for more details. average grant duration: political participation, human rights, economic empowerment, women topics/subjects: multi-year Contact organization for more details – they announce a call for proposals once a year. deadline(s): multi-year, project, general operating support, program; does not fund individuals or U.S.based organizations type of grant: how to apply: apply.html www.fcmujeres.org/en/our-work/how-to- The Asia Foundation’s Women’s Empowerment program develops women’s leadership, strengthens women’s organizations, increases women’s rights, ensures their personal security, and creates new political and economic opportunities for women across the Asia-Pacific region. Materials to include: www.fcmujeres.org/en/our-work/ grantees-selection-process.html Unknown. Contact the organization for more information. email: description: ELTON JOHN AIDS FOUNDATION (U.K.) 1 Blythe Road, London
W14 0HG, UK General inquiries: admin@ejafuk.com; For grant applications: grants@ejaf.com telephone: +44 0 20 7603 9996 website: www.ejaf.com address: deadline(s): how to apply: Grant Guidelines: www.asiafoundation.org/about/grantguidelines.php Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Nepal, U.K., Ukraine, Ireland, Russia countries/regions: No application form. Letter of inquiry must first be submitted to the appropriate office: www. asiafoundation.org/contact For grants to the Americas and the Caribbean, apply through the New York office at ejaf.org/how-to-request-funding If the proposal is compatible with the foundation’s interests and funds, the grant-seeker will then be asked to submit a formal proposal. topics/subjects: health, HIV/AIDS The foundation strives to empower people living with HIV/AIDS, as well as those who are affected by it or at risk. It also strives to provide emotional and financial support to people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. To reach these goals, funding is centered on five themes: Women & Children, Positive Lives, Livelihoods, Vulnerable Groups and Innovation. Does not award grants to individuals, for profit organizations, or countries outside of its designated list. description: CENTRAL AMERICAN WOMEN’S FUND Ana Criquillion, Executive Director, Central American Women’s Fund, 3543 18th St, #10, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA email: info@fcmujeres.org telephone: +1 415 774 6567 (San Francisco) website: www.fcmujeres.org/en.html address: type of grants: Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama countries/regions: Pioneer Grants: Multi-year grant given to support a specific initiative focusing on an individual key population at higher risk in an individual country. No set grant minimum or maximum. human rights, women, economic empowerment, political empowerment topics/subjects: Robert Key Memorial Fund: Open throughout the year to organizations that can demonstrate an immediate, 50