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Tuberculosis Health Action Learning Initiative (THALI)

THALI will work with the Revised National TB Control Program, municipal governments, and private providers to improve TB control across three classifications of cities, grouped based on population. The successful applicant(s) will be expected to help identify, apply, and scale up successful innovative approaches to addressing TB.
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USAID intends to award up to three cooperative agreements as a result of this RFA, one in each Pool. If an Applicant is deemed the successful Applicant in more than one Pool, the awards for those specific Pools may be combined. The number of awards is subject to change. Accordingly, USAID reserves the right to award none, one or multiple cooperative agreements as a result of its review of concept papers and subsequent full applications.
Eligibility is restricted to local Indian organizations. Local Indian organizations can be private,non-profit organizations, including private voluntary organizations, universities, research organizations, professional associations, and relevant special interest associations. Local Indian for-profit companies are eligible provided they are willing to forego profit under the award. Foreign entities are not eligible to apply as a prime, but may be used as sub-applicants to a local Indian organization. See full announcement for details.
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Senior Assistance Specialist, India RCO
United States
(202) 626-8775
(202) 626-8775
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United States
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The period of performance will be for four (4) years from the date of award.
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USAID/India may make up to three awards for the Tuberculosis Health Action Learning Initiative (THALI). THALI is designed to improve TB control, and improve, in particular, private sector delivery of TB services, across three different city sizes, and to share the resulting knowledge of what works broadly. At this stage, USAID/India is only accepting concept papers. Upon review of the concept papers, full applications will be requested from Applicants whose concept papers are most highly reviewed.
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