2018 Nomination Process & Application Pack

The Beckman Coulter CARES Award recognizes humanitarians whose work, while inspired by personal commitment is of benefit to people living with or impacted by HIV/AIDS. The Beckman Coulter CARES Award accepts nominations in all areas of humanitarian endeavor across a broad spectrum of disciplines.

“CARES Award recognizes humanitarians whose work, while inspired by personal commitment is of benefit to people living with or impacted by HIV/AIDS”

Recipients may have distinguished themselves through their work in genetics, the environment, medical education, humanitarian relief, the transformation of public education and human rights. Nominators from the AIDS community and the public are encouraged from a region of the world most stricken by HIV/ AIDS. In turn, Judges of the Award will be privileged to consider candidates from across the continent – young women and men whose specific body of work has had social impact in the field of AIDS. While most have sought to make change through non-profit mechanisms, the social good of others may have been achieved through other avenues. An internationally recognized panel of judges selects the Award recipient(s) and bestows an award of $5,000.

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CARES Award Topics

Improving the Lives of People Impacted by HIV

The Beckman Coulter CARES Award celebrates the vision and endeavor of an individual whose humanitarian work, combined with their own commitment, has significantly improved the lives of local people impacted by AIDS.

HIV Youth Campaigner Wins 2017 CARES Award

HIV diagnosis becomes up to four times faster thanks to this invention.

Africa’s poorest and most vulnerable can benefit from simple HIV test which monitors disease progression, enabling governments to deliver comprehensive treatment programs.

HIV Charity Empowers Youth & Women

HIV diagnosis becomes up to four times faster thanks to this invention.

Africa’s poorest and most vulnerable can benefit from simple HIV test which monitors disease progression, enabling governments to deliver comprehensive treatment programs.

HIV Charity Dedicated to People Living in ‘Abject Poverty’

The annual Beckman Coulter CARES Award has honored an HIV/AIDS charity that cares for some of the poorest and disadvantaged people in Africa. It has recognised the work of the Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust (HACT) with a grant of $5500 USD.

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