Community Grants

PEPFAR Uganda Small Grants Notice Of Funding Opportunity FY-2018. | Closes on December 17th, 2018.

 

PEPFAR Uganda invites proposals for projects that promote HIV/AIDS prevention, address stigma and discrimination, promote capacity building and strengthening of democracy and governance related to the national HIV response, promote care and treatment to the beneficiaries. PEPFAR Uganda Small Grants Notice Of Funding Opportunity FY-2018. | Closes on December 17th, 2018.

PEPFAR Uganda Community Grants Program to Combat HIV/AIDS

 

What is PEPFAR?

The President’s Emergency Plan for Aids Relief (PEPFAR) is a historic global program to provide treatment, prevention, and care for people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. Focus areas include care and treatment, prevention, impact mitigation, and health systems strengthening. Find out more about PEPFAR here.

PEPFAR Uganda Community Grants Program

The PEPFAR Uganda Community Grants Program to Combat HIV/AIDS seeks to assist local Ugandan grassroots community organizations to implement projects that promote HIV/AIDS prevention and provide care and support.

PEPFAR Uganda Funding Opportunity

PEPFAR Uganda’s FY2018 grant cycle was completed in October 2017.  If you just submitted your FY2018 Application form we are in the process of reviewing all applications.

Due to programming changes within PEPFAR there will be a delay in the selection process.  Applicants should expect notification in eight to ten months regarding the status of their proposal.

We do not accept unsolicited proposals.  The next grant cycle, FY2019, will not be available until September 2018.

Fraud and Scam Warning

The U.S. Embassy never asks for any form of payment or registration fee related to Embassy grants or the grant application process. Payments should never be given to a third party in connection to U.S. Embassy Grants. Any communication from the U.S. Embassy concerning your grant or grant application will only come from official U.S. government emails, which end in @state.gov. If you suspect you are a target of fraud, please contact the Small Grants Office at the U.S. Embassy.