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.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is seeking applications for a Cooperative Agreement from U.S. and non-U.S. non-profit Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs), for profit NGOs, private voluntary organizations (PVOs), Institutions of Higher Education/Universities and Nongovernmental International Organizations -- excluding all prohibited source countries (i.e.
This program seeks to Improve Health and HIV Outcomes among Key and Priority Populations. The emphasis of this program is to make quality services available by means that can be scaled, including through improved referrals and linkages across the continuum of both community and clinic-based services. To ensure that this is a sustainable goal the program proposes an integrated community mobilization and structural interventions approach.
This guide includes WHO recommendations on screening and treatment of pre-cancer lesions and on HPV vaccination made through April 2014, taking account of relevant evidence-based findings published up to December 2013; emerging practices that are still being evaluated are also noted in this publication. This guide, which replaces the 2006 edition, has two new chapters, one newly organized chapter, and two substantially revised chapters. The new chapters include: Essentials for cervical a=cancer prevention and control programmes; and HPV vaccination.
The project will empower citizens of the Guatemalan Western Highlands to identify and address their own development needs. Through a rigorous community-based development (CBD) approach, the project will strengthen the voices of underrepresented groups (including women, poor, indigenous, youth, and others) and actively engage community members as participants and leaders in the full cycle of design, management, and evaluation of development activities.
This announcement solicits applications for the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) Part A HIV Emergency Relief Grant Program. Part A funds provide direct financial assistance to an eligible metropolitan area (EMA) or a transitional grant area (TGA) that has been severely affected by the HIV epidemic. Grants assist eligible program areas in developing or enhancing access to a comprehensive continuum of high quality, community-based care for low-income individuals and families with HIV through the provision of formula, supplemental, and Minority AIDS Initiative (MAI) funds.
The purpose of this FOA is to support awards for up to 24 health departments in the United States to implement PrEP and Data to Care demonstration projects prioritizing MSM and transgender persons at high risk of HIV infection, particularly persons of color.
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.
Grant Amount: Consists of a $65,000 award. The Kochon Prize is awarded annually by Stop TB Partnership to individuals and/or organizations that have made a significant contribution to combating TB. The Kochon Prize, which is endowed by the Kochon Foundation, a non-profit foundation registered in the Republic of Korea, consists of a USD $65,000 award.
Grant Amount: Approximate Total Fiscal Year Funding: Category A: $700,000.00 and Category B: $700,000.00; Approximate Total Project Period Funding: Category A: up to $3,500,000 and Category B: up to $3,500,000.