Small Grants

What is a Small Grant?

Each year, RAM-G will offer a number of small grants of up to USD $1,000 each to successful applicants who are RAM-G members working in malaria projects. The small grants can be used towards funding of small malaria projects such as pilot projects and community assessments. We also welcome applications from large projects and from other RAGs interested in including a malaria component in their grants.

 Support is available for grants applicants. RAM-G offers comprehensive support in all aspects of a project grant cycle from grant preparation to evaluation. We welcome enquiries about malaria projects and how we can help you take an idea to project implementation..

Questions answered & applications accepted at grants@ram-global.org

Our Small Grant Recipients

Solomon Islands Active Case Detection (2022)

Recipient: Implemented by Honiara City Council (managed by RAM-Australia & RAM-Solomon Islands)
Grant Amount: $1000
Rotary Club
Serving: Solomon Islands

Road to Zero Malaria (2023)

Recipient: Rotaract Club of KCMC in collaboration with KCMUReC club members and SOHIC
Grant Amount: $1000
Rotaractor
Serving: Tanzania (Moshi and Mwanga districts)

The Drake Zimmerman Malaria Grant for a Malaria Prevention Campaign (2022)

Recipient: Rotary Club of Trans-Amadi D9141 Nigeria
Grant Amount: $25000
Rotary Club
Serving: Nigeria

Malaria Intervention Project in Muheza District (2021)

Recipient: Rotaract Club of KCMC – sponsored by Rotary Club of Moshi
Grant Amount: $1000
Rotaractor
Serving: Muheza District, Tanga, Tanzania

Rotary Club of Bamako Ouest (together with all Rotary Clubs of Mali) (2021)

Recipient: Rotary Club of Bamako Ouest
Grant Amount: $1000
Rotary Club
Serving: Bamako and Dinfara, Mali

Rotary Club of Moshi MAD – Malaria Awareness Day (2021)

Recipient: Rotary Club of Moshi
Grant Amount: $1000
Rotary Club
Serving: Tanzania

Malaria Vaccine Project Update, Australia

Recipient: Rotary Club 9640
Rotary Club
Serving: Queensland, Australia
Pregnant Women and Mothers listening to Malaria Prevention Messages during the Malaria Sensitization Campaign 2020 The Gambia at New Jeshwang Health Center

Rotary Malaria Project Liberia (2021)

Recipient: Rotary Malaria Committee of Liberia in collaboration with Rotary Clubs of Liberia
Grant Amount: $1000
Rotary Club
Serving: Liberia

Supporting Rotary Club of Dar es Salaam Oysterbay’s annual Medical Camp program (2021)

Recipient: Dar as Salaam Oysterbay Club
Grant Amount: $1000
Rotary Club
Serving: Tanzania

Malaria & Malaria Interventions Situation in Pangani & Muheza Districts (2020)

Recipient: Aloyce Urassa
Grant Amount: $452
Rotaractor
Serving: Tanzania