Interested in Community-based HIV/AIDS and STBBI research? Looking for research funding?
This interactive webinar will support participants to build a strong application through:
- Guidance from successful grantees
- Insights from Peer Reviewers
- Resources and opportunities available through the AHA Centre and REACH Nexus
- An opportunity to ask questions and interact with other interested applicants to share ideas and develop network opportunities
Monday February 28, 2022
Please register at firstname.lastname@example.org by February 21, 2022
Help us build a more focused and helpful webinar for you!
We want to hear from you! Send us an email with your questions and we’ll use them to shape the webinar. Contact us at email@example.com by February 11, 2022.
The session will be recorded and made available following the webinar. The presentations will be in English but questions in both official languages are welcomed.
Did you know?
You can apply to this grant if you are:
- A Community Leader who works at a Canadian NGO or NPO with a research or knowledge translation mandate.
- A Canadian NGO with a research or knowledge translation mandate (this includes Indigenous-led community organizations and regional health authorities).
- A Knowledge User who is affiliated with a Canadian postsecondary institution and/or its affiliated institutions (this includes hospitals, research institutes and other NPOs with a mandate for health research and/or knowledge translation).
Some allowable costs for your research project may include:
- Costs related to community mobilization and engagement, including culturally relevant promotional items such as, tobacco, cloth, feasting and gift giving for honoring ceremonies, and cash reimbursements (in a method acceptable to the individual or community being reimbursed) to compensate community participation.
- Contracts and/or consultant fees for knowledge translation and communication activities for Indigenous Elders, community members, and Indigenous Knowledge Keepers involved in activities related to the Indigenous community.
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