AVAC recently announced the call for applications for the 2013 HIV Prevention Research Advocacy Fellowship Program.
This update serves as a final reminder that the deadline to submit your application is MONDAY, 6 AUGUST.
Information about the Advocacy Fellowship program, application materials and a recording of an information call on the 2013 application process can be found at the AVAC Fellows page – www.avac.org/fellows.
The AVAC HIV Prevention Research Advocacy Fellowship
The goal of AVAC’s HIV Prevention Research Advocacy Fellowship is to expand the capacity of advocates and organizations to monitor, support and help shape biomedical HIV prevention research and implementation worldwide. The Advocacy Fellowship is guided by AVAC’s conviction that effective and sustainable advocacy grows out of work that reflects organizational and individual interests, priorities and partnerships. As such, each Fellow implements a project based on local priorities and context.
Prospective applicants or host organizations who want to learn more about this program or have questions about the application process are encouraged to read the 2013 Fellowship Information Packet and listen to the informational conference call.
Learn about the current Advocacy Fellows and their projects
The Advocacy Fellowship program has been in place for three years. Visit AVAC's Fellows page for more information on the 2010, 2011 and 2012 Fellows and their projects.
All 2013 Advocacy Fellowship applications are due by MONDAY, 6 AUGUST 2012.
If you have any questions about the Fellowship program or the application process, please email www.avac.org/fellows.
We hope you'll share this information with your partners, and we look forward to receiving your application!