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2011 Awards
In 2011 the John M. Lloyd Foundation has allocated the following grants totaling $420,000:

African Services Committee $10,000
To advance the US HIV/AIDS communityís participation in the global advocacy campaign to push pharmaceutical companies to fill the Medicine Patents Pool, allowing for generic production of low cost antiretrovirals.
AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA) $75,000*
To promote a human rights based and gendered response to HIV/AIDS and TB in Southern Africa through capacity building and advocacy.
AIDS Vaccine Advocacy Coalition $25,000
To address the absence of a clear, consensus-based agenda for optimizing the potential of antiretroviral-based prevention, including use for both HIV-positive and HIV-negative people. **For more information on this award, click here.
The Black AIDS Institute $10,000
To capitalize on unique opportunities - including the launch of the National HIV/AIDS strategy, the return of the International AIDS Conference to the US, and the Instituteís representation on the Presidentís Advisory Commission on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) - to strengthen and accelerate the mobilization of Black America to fight AIDS.
Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) $75,000*
To ensure that U.S. international policies and programs promote the sexual and reproductive health within a human rights framework for women and girls worldwide.
The Center for HIV Law and Policy $15,000
For a US national movement to end the misuse of the criminal law to target people with HIV for incarceration and enhanced sentencing based solely on their HIV status and gross misperceptions of the routes and risks of HIV transmission.
Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis & Malaria $75,000*
To educate and mobilize US support for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
HIV Young Leaders Fund $18,000
To enable new leadership in Eastern Europe and Central Asia in the HIV response among young people most-at-risk for HIV and young people living with HIV.
National Coalition of STD Directors $7,000
To educate policymakers in an effort to maintain funding and existence of the US Center for Disease Controlís only investment in school-based HIV/STD (sexually transmitted diseases) prevention education.
Treatment Action Group $20,000
To increase funding and political will for HIV cure research and to continue universal access scale up for HIV treatment access around the globe.
Women Organized to Respond to Life-threatening Disease (WORLD) $20,000
To explore existing models and map an advocacy agenda to achieve service integration between HIV, sexual and reproductive health, and violence to fulfill womenís needs in the US.

In addition, the 2011 John M. Lloyd AIDS Leadership Award was granted to Asia Russell of Health GAP. For more information about this award click here.

*These grants will be distributed over three years.


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