The BMA ( British Medical Association ) Humanitarian Fund has been running since 2001 and aims to support NHS health professionals in undertaking humanitarian work in developing countries.
Projects must offer clear health benefits to the local population , must involve at least one current NHS employee and should have a sustainable impact. The grants will cover incidental costs such as travel and accommodation only ( not equipment or drugs ).
Any current NHS employee who is planning to participate or run a project taking place between May 2013 and May 2014 can apply for funding.
Applications close on Friday 22 March 2013.
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