Ambassador’s Community Grants Fund for HIV/AIDS Relief in the Tanzania

Each year, the United States Ambassador’s HIV/AIDS Relief Fund in Tanzania will award grants ranging from $5,000 to $30,000 to support some of Tanzania’s most promising small community- and faith-based organizations (CBOs and FBOs) that are making significant contributions to the fight against HIV/AIDS.

The majority of the grants will be focused on projects that assist orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) and people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). Funding will not be provided for the construction or expansion of medical clinics.

Projects will be judged on merit; only the most qualified applicants will receive funding. To improve your chances of receiving an Ambassador’s Community Grant, please carefully review the instructions before submitting your grant application.

Applications will be reviewed twice a year, in April and October. At the end of each review approximately 10 applicants will be selected to receive an Ambassador’s Community Grants award. The U.S. Embassy’s Community Grants program will then begin processing applications for the next round of review. Due to the large number of funding requests that the Embassy receives, applications may not be reviewed for up to six weeks after submission. Please submit your application at least two months in advance of the April or October deadlines.

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