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2010 Awards
In 2010 the John M. Lloyd Foundation allocated the following grants totaling $220,000:

AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA) $19,000
For an online training programme to expand access to ARASA training on HIV/TB and Human Rights in southern and eastern Africa.
Artists for a New South Africa (ANSA) $19,000
To use the arts, culture, and media to raise awareness and funding to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic in South Africa.
Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) $20,000
To mobilize support for optimal approaches to HIV prevention within US global policies, including an emphasis on rights, integration with other sexual and reproductive health programs, and consultation with women living with HIV.
Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) $11,500
For the Global Health coalition, a network of global health advocacy organizations (focused on HIV/AIDS and infectious diseases, child health, maternal health, sexual and reproductive health and rights, health workforce, neglected diseases, and comprehensive primary healthcare ) that has come together to consider how US development assistance for health should be structured in the future.
Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) $6,500
For executive coaching for CHANGE's president.
Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis & Malaria $14,000
To plan and implement a Congressional educational site visit to Global Fund-financed projects in Latin America and to organize and host a series of meetings in Washington, DC for two Global Fund-financed recipients with policy makers.
Health GAP $20,000
To win new investments from wealthy countries to fund the Global Fund to Fight AIDS Tuberculosis and Malaria and from the US to fund the Presidentís Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR); and to ensure the inclusion of increased funding in the US Global Health Initiative.
Health GAP $2,000
To promote media coverage of the global AIDS pandemic.
Ms. Foundation for Women $30,000
To convene representatives from US community-based organizations, local and state AIDS directors, and selected federal agencies to explore the adoption of HIV surveillance systems that incorporate social determinants.
**For more information on this award, click here.
Project Inform $14,000
For a new US national initiative, Testing & Linkage to Care Plus (TLC+), that will promote increased HIV testing and greater linkage to care and treatment as a means of improving individual health outcomes while also reducing HIV incidence.
Universities Allied for Essential Medicines $14,000
To urge universities to adopt socially responsible access policies to ensure that all life-saving innovations developed in campus laboratories are made swiftly available in the developing world at the lowest possible price.

In addition, the 2010 John M. Lloyd AIDS Leadership Award was granted jointly to Vuyiseka Dubula of Treatment Action Campaign and Nonkosi Khumalo of AIDS Law Project. For more information about this award click here.


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