EndHep2030 Call for Proposals

EndHep2030 partners with innovative organizations to tackle the difficult, yet solvable, problems for reaching viral hepatitis elimination goals and preventing deaths associated with severe liver disease, including liver cancer.

EndHep2030 supports innovative approaches for accelerating the elimination of viral hepatitis with respect to one or both of the following tracks and specific challenges:

Track 1: Use of Data to Inform Planning and Financing

  • Harnessing the power of data to capture the attention of senior leaders and make the data easy to understand for key stakeholders so that they are moved to confront the burden of hepatitis.
  • Working with Ministry of Health and Ministry of Finance officials to develop a strategic approach to financing.

Track 2: Developing Programs to Deliver Services

  • Saving lives by promoting maternal, newborn, and child health.
  • Identifying approaches for accelerating the testing of populations for hepatitis to identify those persons who have chronic infection and linking them to appropriate care.

EndHep2030 does not accept unsolicited applications for funding, but rather selects organisations to support following careful research. 

Please send any questions about our grants to Capucine Penicaud at cpenicaud@endhep2030.org

Our 2020 grants were announced on World Hepatitis Day (28 July) 2020. As the projects progress we will be updating this page to show the progress and impact of these grants.

Click on the project aim to learn more about each grant. 


Geographical Scope

  Project Aim

Lead Implementing Partner


Produce data analytics which will be used to inform policy formulation, national planning and implementation in Africa.

CDA Foundation 

South-East Asia and Western Pacific

Develop and roll out an operational guide to assist countries in performing monitoring and evaluation in the WPRO and SEARO regions.

The Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity


Expand public engagement in HBV/HCV and crowdsource to spur hepatitis policy

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

Western Pacific

Demonstrate an integrated viral hepatitis strategy to increase access to diagnostic and treatment services in major urban areas with high prevalence in East Asia.



Support a regional approach to hepatitis policy change in the Andean region.

To be announced


Strengthen capacity for national hepatitis planning across the world.

To be announced


Develop a monitoring and evaluation logframe for viral hepatitis catalytic funding.

Columbia University

Eastern Mediterranean

Demonstrate how to effectively increase hepatitis C screening and treatment by mobilizing rural health centres in high prevalence settings.

Association for Social Development


Support efforts to maintain the momentum for a global campaign to eliminate viral hepatitis.

World Hepatitis Alliance


Implement a decentralized and integrated strategy through a national capacity building training programme in Sub-Saharan Africa.

To be announced