AVPN Southeast Asia Healthcare Pooled Fund
About the fund
Through the first round of this fund, unrestricted funding was awarded to 4 inspiring Non-Profit Organisations working to strengthen primary healthcare systems and support communities through immediate COVID-19 relief. Learn more about them below.
Who is eligible to apply?
Governance & Ask
Grant application timeline
29th April 2021
Call For Applications Open
7th May 2021 - 18th May 2021
Application Information Sessions*
- 7th May 2021 (4-4:30pm GMT +8)
- 12th May 2021 (12-12:30pm GMT +8)
- 17th May 2021 (1-1:30pm GMT+8)
- 18th May 2021 (10-10:30am GMT +8)
Registration is now closed.
*native language speaker will be present
31st May 2021
How to apply?
The application portal, EnQuire™, is powered by our digital partner Tactiv. An account needs to be created on the portal before starting an application.
Pooled Fund Grantees for 2021/2022
ASSIST (Asia Society for Social Improvement and Sustainable Transformation)
- Develop a technology-enabled IPC learning, assessment, and peer consultation platform for free at government facilities and at a low-cost at private health facilities
- Incorporate updated IPC education curriculum into medical and nursing schools
- Localise content of IPC systems across different regions and engage with local communities
Hear from the grantees
The grant will add fuel to the already established transformation programme in West Java. The target is to achieve a transformed and strengthened health system that is feasible, cost effective, equitable, culturally-appropriate, and correspond to the community needs.
Founder, Center for Indonesia's Strategic Development Initiatives
With the addition of funding from AVPN Philanthropic Pooled Fund, IRC will be able to maintain and strengthen our primary healthcare systems to mitigate the effect of covid 19 on the treatment of other diseases as well as effectively respond on covid-19 pandemic through infection prevention that’s going through in refugee camps.
Dr. Zarni Win
Senior Clinical Manager, International Rescue Committee
The AVPN grant would allow IIRR to intensify its Covid response. It would enable us to develop and implement a more sustainable community-managed Covid risk reduction and response system that aims to reduce Covid 19 local transmission through promotion of health and nutrition practices; better access to primary health care and strengthened capacity of local health workers. The unrestricted nature of the grant would empower IIRR to prioritize and allocate resources where it is needed most; providing resources, assistance and trainings based on the need and identified required capacity gaps of the community; to strengthen and increase organizational and partners’ human resource that amplifies programmatic efforts to increase community resilience.
Emilita Monville Oro
Acting Director for Asia and Philippines Country Director, IIRR
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Join other funders to amplify impact
Having received over 200+ indications of interest to apply and 85 strong applications with a collective ask of USD 40 million, there is now an impetus to raise more capital to mitigate the massive losses in the healthcare sector and the compounded impact in countries across Southeast Asia.
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