The applications will be reviewed by an advisory panel made up of people from across the Asia Pacific region who are recognized for their expertise in liver disease research, public health knowledge or patient advocacy work. Upon recommendation of the advisory panel, a Gilead grant review committee will make the final decision on which of the proposals to award grants.

A maximum grant amount of US$150,000 will be set for each project idea. Gilead encourages applicants to solicit multiple funding sources and may provide partial funding of the project.

Yes, you may submit more than one project if the objectives are different. However, please note that no more than one project per applicant will be funded each grant cycle.

No. Gilead ALL4LIVER Grant funding is only available to organizations with a certification of non-profit tax status. To be eligible, the applicant organization:


  • Must be established for at least two years at the time of the grant application
  • Have a strong track record of sound financial stewardship and ability to deliver impactful programming
  • Have strong commitment to good corporate governance, compliance, and ethics
  • Demonstrate understanding of communities affected by hepatitis B or related liver diseases
  • Have a strong network, partnership capacity and ability to collaborate effectively
  • Must be located in at least one of the following territories: Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand or, and Vietnam.


Applicants are advised to review the eligibility criteria carefully in the RFP document.

Yes. Applicants are encouraged to partner with other groups for the execution of project. However, funding will be granted to one group as the project coordinator.

No. Gilead does not provide retroactive grants. Requests for support must be submitted to Gilead prior to the start of the activity. All selected projects are required to be completed by the end of July 2023.

Projects with multiple launch dates or locations should be submitted in a single, complete application.

No. Applicants must submit a detailed breakdown of the project budget along with the expected grant funding that you require from the Gilead ALL4LIVER Grant.

The online application form requires applicants to upload a project’s budget plans and timelines. If you have supplementary documents, please send them to after submitting the online application form. Please specify the organization name, submission number, project name, and the Gilead ALL4LIVER Grant Program ID.

All official notices regarding the award decision will be sent by email directly to the grantee organization.

Gilead representatives can provide technical assistance but cannot comment on the award application content. For more information or any further queries, please email

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