HIV Research for Prevention (HIVR4P) Conference in South Africa

Conference Research Scholarship in Medicine , in Social Science
  • Apply Before : July 23, 2020

Opportunity Details

  • Opportunity ID 13253
  • Opportunity Type : Fully Funded

Opportunity Description

Fully Funded scholarships for international applicants to attend HIV Research for Prevention conference in South Africa in January 2021.

The HIV Research for Prevention (HIVR4P)  is designed for researchers, community activists, civil society representation, journalism who are access to limited resources. The program offered interdisciplinary knowledge-exchange on HIV vaccines, microbicides, Prep, treatment as prevention and biomedical interventions, and social and behavioral implications. Join today to perform short term research in HIV areas.

Details of scholarships:

  • Scholarships:
    • Community Scholarships
    • Research Scholarships
    • Journalism Fellowships

Key dates:

  • Deadline of journalist fellowship: 22 July 2020
  • Deadline of research scholarship: July 23, 2020
  • community scholarship Deadline: 23 July 2020
  • Result announcement: end of September 2020
  • Program date: 17-21 January 2021
  • Duration: 5 days

Location: South Africa

Benefits of HIVR4P conference:

  • Applicants are eligible for one or more than one of the grants below:
  • The registration process of all sessions.
  • Traveling costs
  • Accommodation

 Note: the program will cover all and only the registration fee. It will be given based on the fund’s availability in a highly competitive process.


Research scholarships:

  • Applicants who are actively engaged with HIV prevention research, and graduate from related faculty or is a junior faculty with two years of appointment.
  • Applicants will be conducted basic science research, improvements of products, pre-clinic or research clinic, social and behavioral science, and public health.
  • Must apply for the first round to HIVR4P 2020.

Community scholarships:

  • Applicants who are engaged as a community advocate, educator, care provider, or in a related prevention-focused role in HIV prevention.
  • Must be able to present the gathered knowledge of the conference to communities.

Journalist fellowship:

Any journalist who is reporting on HIV must have the following criteria:

  • Media organization impact.
  • Experience in related areas.
  • Geographic location.
  • Must be motivated and willing to participate in the fellowship.

How to apply:

The HIVR4P conference will accept applicants only via online application.

Register yourself here 

For further details, please have a glance to HIVR4P website 

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