DermLink is an annual grants programme that provides support for ILDS Member organisations to undertake one-off projects and initiatives to improve the treatment of patients with skin disease in under-served parts of the world.
These projects are diverse and reach patients all over the world. Improving capacity to support and provide treatment for Persons with Albinism (PWAs) in Angola, Nigeria, Malawi and beyond, to providing treatment and skincare training in refugee camps in Bulgaria and Nigeria, developing Teledermatology access in Botswana, Nepal and Tajikistan, or providing training programme for pharmacy staff prescribing topical treatments.
There are 3 types of DermLink grant:
ILDS DermLink grants are awarded on a competitive basis, reviewed by the International Foundation for Dermatology (IFD) Committee and approved by the ILDS Board.
You can find a list of ILDS Member organisations in the Membership Directory if you require a local partner.
Applications are submitted between December-February each year.