The purpose of this funding opportunity announcement (FOA) is to provide quality Community Based HIV Testing & Counselling (CBHTC) services in the five PEPFAR scale up districts (Maseru, Berea, Leribe, Mafeteng & Mohale’s Hoek) of Lesotho using targeted community-based approaches to identify HIV-positive individuals and link them to treatment services.
The goal of this funding opportunity announcement (FOA) is to institutionalize sustainable national health, laboratory and strategic information systems by supporting the provision of technical assistance and strategic planning to the Rwanda Ministry of Health and other partnering institutions. To strengthen national systems for a comprehensive HIV response, the awardee will leverage current efforts and implement new activities that will have sustainable effects within the health system focusing on high priority geographical, programmatic and staffing areas.
This FOA will focus on providing critical human resources through recruitment and provision of salary support to qualified health workers, for the Ministry of Health (MOH) to meet PEPFAR objectives and achieve 90:90:90 goals by 2020 and beyond. The salary support would prioritize filling the gap before graduates get on payroll and would include hardship allowance for health professionals and other allowances as approved by government. The successful applicant will work closely with MOH to ensure maximum alignment with government processes and regulations.
The purpose of this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is to provide technical support to Ethiopia’s national HIV/AIDS/STI/TB monitoring systems, build surveillance for public health emergency response, and enhance the health workforce capacity.
There is still need for improved SI to guide national epidemic response. The purpose of this announcement is to build upon achievements of the current project and support the MOH to generate SI from program data using District Health Information System-2 and conduct priority population based, key population and facility based surveillance/surveys. It will strengthen capacity in disease monitoring/evaluation, monitoring the HIV/AIDS cascade from diagnosis, linkage to care/treatment and viral load suppression.
This funding opportunity announcement (FOA) seeks to improve clinical services among People Living with HIV (PLHIV) in the Central America Region including Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama.This project will require joint collaboration between the Ministry of Health (MOH), other governmental entities, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in order to effectively reach the target population and support sustainable clinical services.
The purpose of this FOA in Guyana is to provide technical assistance and funding to local indigenous organizations to improve access to quality Antiretroviral therapy (ART) clinical services. Activities will focus on delivering tailored services for key populations, improving linkage to care, retention on ART and will ensure sustainable service delivery within faith based-affiliated sites in Guyana.
The successful applicant to this FOA will identify effective service delivery models to address the unmet need for HIV Testing Services (HTS) in CDC supported districts to support the attainment of the 90-90-90 goals.
This follow-on FOA will sustain and enhance the delivery of comprehensive HIV/AIDS service packages in the Federal Republic of Nigeria. This will be accomplished by employing proven strategies and service delivery models to achieve and sustain epidemic control in Nigeria. This program will support facility and community based provision of HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and support services in targeted geographic locations and populations.