The John Burge Trust Fund
The John Burge Trust Fund is a private charitable trust established by the late John Burge to assist people with tuberculosis.
Type of Grant Round: Open
Grant Round Dates: 9am Monday 1st August 2022 to 5pm Friday 26th August 2022
What are the objectives?
The Trust Fund will grant funding for the below purposes, and to projects within Australia or overseas. The charity must be located within Australia.
- for the purpose of aiding and helping those who are suffering, or have suffered from, tuberculosis and who by reason of the disease are disabled
- to provide funds to implement programs for identifying and treating those persons who are at a higher risk than other members of the population of having or contracting tuberculosis
- to provide funds to implement educational programs to inform health workers about the prevention, recognition, and treatment of tuberculosis
- to provide medication for, and supervision of the use of medication by, members of groups who are at a high risk of having or contracting tuberculosis.
|FY22||Maluk Timor Australia||Detecting, Treating & Preventing Tuberculosis in Timor-Leste||$58,500|
|FY21||The University of Sydney – Office for Global Health||Child TB and Lung Health capacity building program in Vietnam||$58,500|
|FY21||The Macfarlane Burnet Institute for Medical Research & Public Health||TB Education and Counselling (TEC) in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea||$58,000|
|FY20||Murdoch Children’s Research Institute||Strengthening implementation of the management of household contacts of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in Mongolia||$58,500|
|FY20||The University of Melbourne (Doherty Institute)||TB RECOVERY: nutritional support for families affected by TB in Nepal||$68,312|
|FY18||The Macfarlane Burnet Institute for Medical Research & Public Health Ltd||Family-Based TB Care and Prevention in Papua New Guinea (FAB-TB PNG)||$50,000|
|FY19||Murdoch Children’s Research Institute||Implementation of screening and management of household contacts of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis cases in Mongolia||$47,990|
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