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.
The purpose of this FOA is to accelerate the implementation of activities to attain epidemic control of HIV in prioritized geographic areas by directly supporting service delivery and adopting data driven processes to increase ART coverage.
In the Caribbean, the HIV/AIDS epidemic is concentrated among KP, including MSM, SW and TG individuals. Within a TA framework, CDC CRO aims to support MOHs as they strive to reach the UNAIDS 90:90:90 targets. This FOA will expand the capacity of Caribbean MOHs to strategically address the HIV epidemics by supporting sustainable national efforts to improve and scale up high impact combination prevention along the HIV COPCT.
The purpose of this funding opportunity is to evaluate the effects of an intervention that provides in-person assistance with health insurance or Medicaid enrollment following HIV testing on insurance uptake and coverage, linkage and retention rates (for HIV-positive men), and other health outcomes among Black men who have sex with men (MSM).
The purpose of the project is to conduct activities involving effective and evidence-based approaches to providing comprehensive and integrated HIV/AIDS care and treatment services to adult and pediatric populations, to include provider initiated testing and counseling activities as well as Prevention of Mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV and elimination of pediatric HIV activities. The project intends to build and capitalize on the work done to date in Lesotho in these program areas since the inception of PEPFAR support in Lesotho.
The objective of this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is to solicit hypothesis-driven, multidisciplinary research to elucidate the complexities and developmental plasticity of B cells associated with the induction of potent, durable, adaptive immune responses against HIV-1.
The PEPFAR Small Grants Program is funded through the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for Aids Relief (PEPFAR). The PEPFAR goal is to advance progress towards sustainable control of the HIV epidemic and, ultimately, achieve an AIDS-free generation. As part of the PEPFAR, the United States Embassy in Maputo administers the Small Grants Program that is seeking to support small, grassroots, community-run projects throughout Mozambique.
The goal of the FP Integrated Project is to increase use of modern contraceptive methods by target populations. This project’s target populations, defined below, have a high unmet need for family planning.1 The project goal supports the Government of the Republic of Mozambique (GRM) and Ministry of Health (MISAU) priorities related to improving the health of Mozambicans by increasing access to and use of voluntary family planning and contraceptive methods.
This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) invites applications addressing ethical issues relevant to research on HIV and associated co-morbidities, including research with populations living with or at high risk of HIV acquisition.
Adherence to a prescribed treatment regimen, including medications, devices and behavioral recommendations, can significantly impact morbidity and mortality for patients with chronic diseases, including chronic kidney or urologic disease. When adherence to complex and seemingly rigid treatment regimens is poor, the results can be tragic. Adolescence is a particularly challenging time for adherence given the competing demands in an adolescents life, the unique developmental changes, and rapidly changing set of responsibilities as they transition to adulthood.