The purpose of this FOA is to provide comprehensive and cost-effective capacity building and implementation of national surveillance surveys and impact evaluations of CDC-supported activities in Malawi. Through this FOA, the awardee will support the MOH and PHIM to build sustainable long-term capacity for the generation and use of surveillance data.
This project will support an evaluation of up to two locally-developed or adapted and potentially effective but insufficiently evaluated, interventions that are designed to deliver a combination of HIV prevention, HIV care and treatment, and other social and structural support services to transgender persons who have sex with men who are at risk for HIV infection or who are living with HIV.
The U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command’s (USAMRMC) mission is to provide solutions to medical problems of importance to the American Service member at home and abroad, as well as to the general public at large. The scope of this effort and the priorities attached to specific projects are influenced by changes in military and civilian medical science and technology, operational requirements, military threat assessments, and national defense strategies.
The purpose of these cooperative agreements is to further IHS health program objectives in the AI/AN community with expanded outreach and education efforts for the MSPI and HIV/AIDS programs on a national scale and in the interest of improving Indian health care. This announcement includes two separate awards: MSPI program and the HIV/AIDS award.
The purpose of this FOA is to provide partial support for specific non-Federal conferences focusing on HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis, STDs, TB, and/or adolescent and school health. By the end of the project, conference attendees are expected to have increased access to the latest evidence based information related to the focus areas, increased knowledge, and improved professional partnerships.
The purpose of this grant program is to support organizations that will implement, evaluate and disseminate findings from innovative methods for identifying, linking, retaining and improving health outcomes for HIV positive underserved, underinsured, hard-to-reach youth and young adults in HIV primary care and supportive services through the use of social media.
The goal is to develop and test organizational and systems level interventions to determine how best to provide comprehensive, high quality, integrated, sustainable, cost-effective interventions to improve the health outcomes of people living with HIV/AIDS with substance use disorders and other comorbid conditions.
The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation raises funds to fight the spread of HIV/AIDS and to provide assistance for persons living with HIV/AIDS (PLWAs). Foundation grants support: organizations delivering direct care and services to HIV/AIDS patients, and organizations that provide HIV/AIDS education to the public.
The purpose of this FOA is (1) to support the dissemination of Act Against AIDS (AAA) campaign materials, messaging and other CDC resources that support HIV prevention and (2) to implement national engagement efforts focusing on HIV prevention and awareness.