View resources for continued funding and partnerships
Listservs to join to seek out networking partners and some information on grants:
- CHIFA (Child Healthcare Information For All)
Addresses the information and learning needs of those responsible for the care of children in developing countries, including mothers, fathers, and family caregivers as well as health workers, researchers and policymakers.
Newsletters with child health funding resources:
- Global Health Now (from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health)
- Subscribe to this weekday newsletter:
Websites to use for grant funding search:
- Government Grants
- USAID (US Agency for International Development)
- Grants.gov from the US government but includes grants requiring international partners, such as Fogarty grants. Also, includes tips on grant writing with free short videos.
- Example when searched using “international child health”
- National Institutes of Health (primarily research but some collaborative international educational projects)
- Example when searched using “international child health”:
- CANDID’s (formerly the Foundation Center) Funding Information Network (Note: see if your institution/Ministry of Health is an FIN library partner for free access)
- Watch this short 3 minute video on how the FIN search function works and also includes other helpful free video resources on grant writing and attracting donors.
- Candid has a map search to help locate where their resources can be accessed and is searchable by locations by zip code, city, state, or country.
- Non-Profit Expert (from the helpful librarians at Michigan State University):