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USAID Health Policy Project

Health Communication and Marketing (HCM) Kenya

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The purpose of the activity is to implement social marketing and communications within the health sector, and to build the sustainability of Government of Kenya’s Ministry of Health to lead, coordinate and implement social marketing and health communication initiatives. HCM’s initiatives are in line with Government of Kenya policies and regulations, and supports and complements health service delivery broadly in the public, private, and faith-based sectors.

The USAID Broad Agency Announcement for Let Girls Learn Initiative

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This Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) seeks opportunities to co-create, co-design, co-invest, and collaborate in the research, development, piloting, testing, and scaling of innovative, practical and cost-effective interventions to address adolescent girls’ education.

TRANSFORM/PRIMARY HEALTH CARE UNIT

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Pursuant to the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended (FAA), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) requests applications from qualified and eligible organizations to manage and implement the TRANSFORM/PRIMARY HEALTH CARE UNIT (PHCU) as described in Section I of this RFA. The overall goal of the program is to support the Government of Ethiopia (GOE) through the implementation of its new Health Sector Transformation Plan (HSTP) to End Preventable Child and Maternal Deaths (EPCMD).

Integrated Family Planning Program (IFPP)

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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.

USAID/Zambia Open Doors Project

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The purpose of the Open Doors Project is to increase access to and use of comprehensive HIV prevention, care and treatment services by key populations in targeted provinces of Zambia.

Human Resource for Health (HRH) Program

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USAID envisions a program that supports countries to build strong health systems and economies in order to achieve their priority health goals by addressing their health workforce needs. A very broad definition of “health workforce” will be applied, including anyone whose functioning is needed to run and support the health system.

Addendum 1: Community Health Workers Programming under the Integrating Community Health APS

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Applicants are encouraged to review the entire Integrating Community Health APS (APS-OAA-15-000004) in addition to the following community health worker specific information included below. The focus of this Addendum is to improve population health by increasing effective coverage of high impact health and nutrition interventions through: addressing barriers to scaling up and sustaining high quality CHW programming.

Zimbabwe HIV Care and Treatment (HCT) Mechanism

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The over-arching strategic objective of the new HIV Care and Treatment Mechanism will be to increase the availability, and to improve the quality, of care and support services for persons living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHA), primarily through non-government organization (NGO) channels.

Sustainable Condom Solutions Project (SCSP)

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The project will build national capacity to support sustainable systems; increase the availability and accessibility of condoms; and implement a strategic and tailored approach to increase the demand and use of condoms. The overall goal of the project is to reduce the transmission and acquisition of HIV in the highest prevalence regions of Côte d’Ivoire among vulnerable populations.

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