The purpose of the activity is to contribute to achieving epidemic control in Mozambique by reaching people living with HIV (PLHIV) through community interventions that support the UNAIDS 90-90-90 goals.The overall goal of the activity is to enhance and improve the HIV treatment, nutrition, general health outcomes, and livelihoods of PLHIV- children, women and families - in Maputo, Gaza, and Inhambane.
This funding opportunity announcement (FOA) will directly support public and nonprofit private institutions and agencies in PEPFAR-supported countries for the conduct of evaluations of programs currently being implemented by CDC-funded partners. These activities are essential for establishing and strengthening innovative, emerging, and best practices in clinical and community HIV/AIDS and TB prevention, care, and treatment services provided in PEPFAR-supported countries, and may include economic, process, and outcome evaluations.
The purpose of this activity for Regional Health Integration to Enhance Services in Eastern Uganda (RHITES-E) is to secure services to support the design and implementation of a comprehensive, integrated investment in regional health, HIV/AIDS, and nutrition assistance.
This announcement solicits applications for the Resilient and Responsive Health Organizations: Sustainability Communities of Practice Initiative (RRHO). The purpose of the RRHO is to strengthen and ensure the sustainability of impact partners working under HRSA’s Resilient and Responsive Health Systems Initiative (RRHS) (announcement HRSA-17-007 available at http://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=284400).
Support implementation of public health programs in the areas of HIV prevention, care and treatment to advance implementation science activities in Botswana. The purpose of this program is to increase access to and utilization of high quality, integrated, confidential, voluntary client- (VCT) and provider-initiated (PITC) HIV testing and counseling (HTC). Project activities will including HIV testing, counseling, linkage to care, and coordination of various project activities to optimize the full cascade of HIV/AIDS-related services in key geographic areas and within key populations.
US CDC will through this FOA, award to a consortium with the purpose of establishing a self-sustaining comprehensive clinical and community Program for Testing, Care, Treatment, and Prevention for HIV/AIDS (PROTECT) for men who have sex with men (MSM), Female sex workers (FSW), and evidence based selected priority populations in Cote d’Ivoire to increase the adoption of high impact HIV services and protective behaviors among at-risk populations in targeted locations.PROTECT aims to: i) accelerate the ability of partner governments, key population (KP) civil society organizations and private
This FOA will support national facility based case management activities implemented through associations of persons living with HIV (PLHIV). Activities include peer support for HIV treatment adherence, preventing and minimizing loss-to-follow-up and improving retention in care, and facilitating linkage of all HIV patients and others affected by HIV to comprehensive HIV services.
The primary objective of this FOA is to accelerate HIV/AIDS epidemic control and attain the UNAIDS 90-90-90 goals using the Test and Start approach combines with efficient models of service delivery. In the scale-up districts, the awardee will provide a package of services that will result achievement of the 90-90-90. The awardee will create site and community level demand for HIV prevention, targeted testing, counseling, and care services. For Sustained districts, the awardee will provide passive enrollment via HIV testing and counseling (HTC) on request or as indicated by clinical symptom