Grant Programs
Grant Awards

2002 Awards
In 2002, the Foundation awarded over $440,000 to various organizations.

Public Policy
The Alan Guttmacher Institute $16,300
To bring together a broad array of health care providers, planners, policy analysts and advocates to set a course for meeting the pressing sexual and reproductive health needs of people living with HIV/AIDS.
California Microbicides Initiative (CaMI) $10,000
For a coalition of California-based organizations committed to mobilizing political and financial resources for the development and testing of microbicides.
Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) $20,000
To advocate for international mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) of HIV prevention and MTCT-Plus services.
Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC) $20,000
For an advocacy fellowship to train and mentor Eastern European and Central Asian activists in order to launch efforts to combat the burgeoning HIV/AIDS pandemic in those areas.
Global Justice / Student Global AIDS Campaign $20,000
For the Connecting Campuses to the AIDS Pandemic project (CCAP) to develop effective youth advocates and unleash the power of the American youth movement to fight HIV/AIDS.
The Hastings Center $20,000
For a series of workshops to determine the legal and ethical problems faced by East African health care workers caring for HIV/AIDS patients, and to make appropriate recommendations.
Human Rights Watch $20,000
For research and advocacy on human rights violations associated with the global HIV/AIDS pandemic.
International Center for Research on Women $20,000
To strengthen advocacy efforts to increase U.S. support of global AIDS prevention and care by establishing active collaboration among organizations in the U.S. and key stakeholders in AIDS-affected countries.
Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) $20,000
For the Health Action AIDS Campaign to educate and mobilize American health professions in an effort to establish AIDS as a human rights issue.
**Physicians for Human Rights $20,000
For a summit to develop a coordinated advocacy effort among the medical, public health, and human rights communities toward amelioration of the AIDS pandemic.
** This grant was made as part of the Foundation's new initiative: The John M. Lloyd AIDS Project at Stony Point Center. Click here for more information.
Sub-total $186,300

African American AIDS Policy & Training Institute (AAAPTI) $5,000
For AAAPTI's Frontliner Awards presented at the 2002 International AIDS Conference in Barcelona as a tribute to African organizations on the frontlines in the struggle against HIV/AIDS.
AIDS Education Global Information System (AEGIS) $10,000
For a content assistant responsible for the expansion of the Global Network HIV/AIDS Information website.
Artists for a New South Africa (ANSA) $20,000
To produce Voices from the Frontlines, a U.S.-based theater program that portrays moving first-person accounts of Africans with HIV/AIDS and is designed to educate a broader U.S. audience about the global AIDS pandemic and mobilize that audience into action.
Black Women for Wellness $2,500
For a resource center for African American women in Los Angeles focused on prevention, education and empowerment to achieve comprehensive health and well-being.
Columbia University - Mailman School of Public Health $15,000
To create an archive of taped interviews with doctors and nurses confronting AIDS in South Africa for the purpose of publishing a book on the history of AIDS in that country.
Kids with Cameras $2,400
For a Los Angeles exhibit of photos taken by 100 children in Tanzania armed with disposable cameras in order to build awareness and understanding of conditions in Tanzania and to generate U.S. based support for AIDS and poverty relief efforts in Africa.
In the Meantime Men's Group, Inc. $5,100
To support the HIV/AIDS prevention efforts of this Los Angeles-based organization that addresses the needs of men of African descent.
OJUS Medical Institute $16,000
To develop and distribute, through local and regional education workshops in India, educational materials to sensitize health care workers on issues faced by pregnant women infected with HIV.
Society for Women and AIDS in Kenya (SWAK) $20,000
To mobilize women and girls in Kenya for HIV/AIDS prevention, care and support.
Solidarity Against the HIV Infection in India (SAATHII) $5,000
To gather comprehensive information on various HIV services including prevention and treatment in all the 25 states (four regions) of India, and to make that information broadly available.
University of California San Francisco - HIV InSite $5,000
To distribute a mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) prevention CD-ROM at the International AIDS Conference in Barcelona in July 2002.
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) $15,000
To support the development of a family-centered core curriculum for HIV/AIDS healthcare providers in low resource settings around the world.
Women at Barcelona / Mujeres Adelante $5,000
To bring six women from the developing world to participate in Women at Barcelona/Mujeres Adelante's work at the AIDS Conference in Barcelona in July 2002.
Worldwide Documentaries $10,000
To fund A Closer Walk, a documentary feature film on the global AIDS pandemic.
Sub-total $136,000

Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance $18,500
To mobilize faith-based groups in Northern California around the crisis of AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa.
Global Strategies for HIV Prevention - Kenya $19,600
To offer follow-up training and support for community-based health care workers to combat HIV/AIDS in Kenya following integrated training workshops.
International Federation of Medical Student Associations $5,000
For a youth-organizing training conference in South Africa, February 9-15, 2002 to strengthen and expand the network of student-leaders involved in HIV/AIDS prevention and related campaigns.
Massachusetts General Hospital - Institute of Health Professions $15,000
To expand South African nurses' capacity to prevent & treat HIV/AIDS.
Pacific Institute for Women's Health $20,000
For a project to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS among women and girls in Zimbabwe by supporting women's and youth-serving organizations in their efforts to provide more effective reproductive health information, service and advocacy.
Sahaya International $10,000
To promote socio-economic and educational development in rural India while linking it to HIV prevention programs.
University of Alabama at Birmingham $15,000
To assess the profile and skills in sexually transmitted disease (STD) management of rural medical practitioners in Bangladesh, and to provide training to enhance the quality of service.
University of California San Francisco (UCSF) - HIV InSite $15,000
To create and maintain a comprehensive online resource of scientific, policy, and practical issues relevant to the development of HIV vaccines.
Sub-total $118,100


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