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Action for M.E. Trustee report and accounts 2020-2021

With introductions from our CEO Sonya Chowdhury, and our Chair of the Board Roger Siddle, we report on the difference we have made for people with M.E. from April 2020 to March 2021, the final year of our five-year strategy.

What is M.E.? / Living with M.E. / Employers & teachers / Research / Children and young people with M.E./CFS / Health & care professionals / Make a difference


Action for M.E. Trustee report and accounts 2019-2020

We report on our services, campaigns and research, along with how we raised and spent our income this year, in this March 2019 to April 2020 report.

What is M.E.? / Living with M.E. / Employers & teachers / Research / Children and young people with M.E./CFS / Health & care professionals / Make a difference


Action for M.E. 2016-2021 strategy

Our purpose is to end the ignorance, injustice and neglect experienced by people with M.E. We will do this by meeting need now while taking action to secure change for the future. In August 2018, we revised our organisational strategy to include our promises to children and young people with M.E., following the launch of our Children and Young People's Services Team.

What is M.E.? / Living with M.E. / Health & care professionals / Employers & teachers / Research / Children and young people with M.E./CFS / Make a difference


Research funding assessment process

This process has been developed to provide clarity, transparency and a clear governance framework for our key stakeholders including researchers, universities, donors, Action for M.E. supporting members and other people affected by M.E. It sets out our five-stage process for assessing research funding applications.

Research