The current international funding priorities of EJAP include:
• men who have sex with men (MSM);
• women and young girls;
• positive lives.
Robert Key Memorial Fund
This fund is actively seeking applications for work to advance the rights or meet the needs of People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) from vulnerable and marginalized communituies.
Frontline organizations undertaking this work with the active participation of PLWHA and marginalized communities are encouraged to apply. Each application should be grounded in an analysis of local needs and be able to predict clear and measurable benefits from the proposed work for a defined group of individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
Applications will be considered for awards up to £10,000 per year and may be for single or multi-year programmes.
In order to be eligible for funding, the proposed projects must be implemented in the following countries: Cambodia, India, kenya, lesotho, Malawi, Russia, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, United Kingdom, Ukraine and Zambia.