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2009 Awards
In 2009 the John M. Lloyd Foundation has allocated the following grants totaling $405,000:

AIDS-Free World $10,000
To advocate that the global AIDS community take action to address the impact of HIV/AIDS on persons with disabilities.
Artists for a New South Africa (ANSA) $10,000
To improve US and African HIV/AIDS policies and programs, hold governments accountable for addressing the pandemic and galvanize public awareness and action.
The Black AIDS Institute * $50,000
To stop the AIDS epidemic in Black communities by engaging and mobilizing traditional Black Institutions, leaders and individuals in efforts to confront HIV/AIDS.
Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) $20,000
To educate and mobilize U.S. policy makers and constituencies in support of a rights- and evidence based U.S. global HIV prevention policy.
Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) $3,000
To build and strengthen the leadership of CHANGE via a scholarship for CHANGE's executive director to attend the Rockwood Institute's Art of Leadership training.
Coalition for a National AIDS Strategy $20,000
For monitoring, advocacy and community mobilization to ensure development and implementation of a National AIDS Strategy consistent with core principles in the Coalition's Call to Action.
Community HIV/AIDS Mobilization Project (CHAMP) $20,000
For a groundbreaking effort, linking across movements to build a powerful community-based movement at the complex intersection of HIV and mass imprisonment in the United States.
Global Justice $10,000
www.fightglobalaids.org, www.globaljusticenow.org
To organize students to advocate for improved AIDS policies, with a specific focus on a two pronged approach to access: a new approach to increased access to medicines and a renewed focus on a domestic AIDS policy.
Partners In Health $50,000
Bridging the Gap Between HIV/AIDS and Primary Health Care Conference: To bring together leading advocates in AIDS and primary health care fields to share knowledge and form an important collaboration. **For more information on this award, click here.
Solidarity and Action Against the HIV Infection in India (SAATHII) * $50,000
To stabilize and reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS in India and ensure that people living with HIV/AIDS receive un-stigmatized, affordable and quality care, support and treatment.
Thai AIDS Treatment Action Group / Paisan Suwannawong / Karyn Kaplan $100,000
The Lloyd Foundation is proud to offer its second annual John M. Lloyd AIDS Leaderhsip Award for the pair of outstanding advocates who founded the Thai AIDS Treatemt Action Group (TTAG) - Paisan "Ott" Suwannawong and Karyn Kaplan. The award has been split among the two activists and TTAG. For more information about the award and the awardees, please click here.
Treatment Action Group (TAG) * $50,000
To expand and accelerate vital HIV/AIDS research and effective community engagement with research and policy institutions.
Universities Allied for Essential Medicines $15,000
To urge universities to adopt socially responsible licensing policies that will ensure all drugs developed in campus laboratories are made available in the developing world at the lowest possible price.


* This is part of a three-year grant dispersed $50,000 per year.


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