NEW THIS YEAR: Applications accepted ONLY in specific areas of child health
For this grant cycle, ICATCH will only accept applications from those whose work is in one of the following areas:
Maternal and infant health (infants under 1 year of age)
This is a broad category and includes any interventions, innovations, clinical care or educational or training programs that improve maternal and/or infant morbidity and mortality.
Childhood injury prevention
This category includes programs that address the underlying environmental, behavioral or social causes of childhood injury, particularly (but not limited to) educational programs geared toward caregivers. Programs with specific interventions that can be taught, replicated and sustained are encouraged.
Gender-related health issues
Broadly, this category includes gender-specific healthcare (directed toward girls or boys), reproductive healthcare (for girls or boys), as well as health issues related to gender or sexual orientation.
Many health problems are influenced or caused by gender related issues. Projects that help raise awareness of these issues among health care workers, or community education projects that help encourage pediatric and adolescent patients to discuss and address gender related health issues are encouraged.
Eligibility to Apply for ICATCH Funding
Proposals will only be accepted from those whose work is in one of the above 3 areas of child health
Program must take place in a low- or low-middle income country (see list in Call for Proposals)
Project Director must live and work near the target community
Proposals should provide or improve clinical care or health education and training; ICATCH
does not fund research projects.
Further details can be found in the ICATCH Call for Proposals.
How to Submit a Proposal to ICATCH
To preview the ICATCH Preliminary Application, as a Word Document, click here.
Carefully read the Call for Proposals to make sure your idea qualifies.
We are using SurveyMonkey Apply for this year's preliminary applications.
All applicants will need an AAP ID to apply.
Applicants do not need to be AAP members. (AAP members can use their existing AAP ID).
If you need to create an AAP ID, please create an INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNT by clicking HERE. Be sure to select INDIVIDUAL when you create your profile.
Please select "Individual" when you create your profile.
Once you have your AAP ID, you can access the ICATCH Preliminary Application at
If you encounter a server error message and are unable to submit your application via Survey Monkey, you can use the word document to write your proposal. To preview the ICATCH Preliminary Application, as a Word Document, click here. Please send the word document to email@example.com by the application deadline.
Deadline for Preliminary Applications is
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
(11:59pm in Chicago, Illinois, USA; US Central Time = 06:59am, November 15, West Africa Time).
You will receive a confirmatory email (from
firstname.lastname@example.org) stating that your preliminary application has been submitted.
Look for an email from ICATCH on approximately December 19, 2018 to learn whether or not you have been selected to submit a full application for ICATCH funding.
Instructions for submitting a full application will be included at that time, and the deadline for full applications will be in early February 2019.
Winners will be announced in May, and funding for Year 1 will be available in July 2019.
Questions & Additional Information
AAP ICATCH Staff
Mr. Rich Peyton | Contact
Dr. Ann Behrmann | Contact
Dr. Donna Staton | Contact
Congratulations to our 2018 ICATCH Grant Winners!
Follow-up Clinic of Premature Infants at Mirebalais University Hospital (HUM)
Hermione Risselin Louis, MD & Yoandra Morales, MD
Engaging ethnic communities in rural adolescent health knowledge in Laos
Sally Piper Pillitteri & Bai Soulithan
Improving care for children through continuous professional development for nurses
Bomposseh Kamara, RN MSc & Joanne Ferry, MPH
Preventing burn injuries among young children in Mongolia's Ger Districts
Tungalag Namsrai & Galbadrakh Erdenetsetseg, MD PhD
Training Birth Attendants in Palestine to Help Babies Breathe (HBB) during the Golden Minute of Life
Zainab Sulieman, MSN BSN & Nemeh Manasrah, MA BSN
Aid and Assistive Devices for Children with Disabilites
Sister Clara Mulenga and Sister Marjorie Rabecca Mwansa