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Implementing Evidence-Based Prevention Interventions for Key and Priority Populations in the Republic of Rwanda under the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)

The intent of this NOFO is to build on the previous work in implementing evidence-based interventions for HIV prevention, care, and treatment among key populations (KP) and priority populations (PP) in Rwanda including male and female commercial sexual workers (CSWs), men who have sex with men (MSM), and other high-risk individuals. This NOFO will continue to support the needs of the Rwanda HIV Plan 2018-2020.The focus will be on provision of a comprehensive package of prevention services including HIV counselling and testing including index testing, same day linkage to treatment, voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC), adherence and retention support, and follow-up of HIV- negative KPs and PPs. A monitoring and evaluation (M&E) component will include mapping and MSM and female sex workers (FSW) size estimates and Biological and Behavioral Surveillance Surveys (BBSS), data collection support, and analysis of program data to inform evidence-based decision making to improve the HIV prevention program for KP and PPs in Rwanda.

Funding Category
Locations
International
Eligible Organizations
Number of Awards Given
One.
Award Amount Notes
This amount is subject to the availability of funds.
Application Due Date
10/8/18
Award Date
9/30/19
Application Contact
Dionne
Bounds
Grants Management Specialist
2920 Brandywine Road, MS K75
Atlanta
30341
United States
GA
770-488-2082
vhv5@cdc.gov
Technical Contact
Gail
Williams
Project Officer
2657Avenue de la Gendarmerie Kigali
PO Box 28 Kigali
Rwanda
Fund Duration
Five years.
Subjects
Audiences
Focus Area

Fund Number: 

5403

Fund ID: 

CDC-RFA-GH19-1940

Last Updated: 

8/10/18