Country : United States of America
Summary : Strategic Use of Surveillance and Epidemiology to Support HIV Epidemic Control in Kenya under the President`s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)
TPD Ref No : 35658434
Document Ref. No. : CDC-RFA-GH20-2042
Financier : Self Financed
Purchaser : CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL - CGH
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Tender Details : Tender are invited for Strategic Use of Surveillance and Epidemiology to Support HIV Epidemic Control in Kenya under the President`s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)
CFDA Number : 93.067 -- Global AIDS
Cost Sharing or Matching Requirement : No
Estimated Total Program Funding : $0
Closing Date for Applications: Nov 20, 2019
Description: The Award Ceiling for Year 1 is 0 (none). CDC anticipates an Approximate Total Fiscal Year Funding amount of $4,000,000 for Year 1, subject to the availability of funds.The aim of this NOFO is to foster collaboration with the Government of Kenya (GOK) Ministry of Health (MOH), county health departments, and US PEPFAR program partners in the development, refinement, and implementation of HIV surveillance and epidemiology efforts, with the goal of contributing to program effectiveness, efficiency, and sustainability. The activities under this NOFO will be aligned with the surveillance and epidemiology direction of the Kenya National AIDS Strategic Framework, Kenya National HIV Surveillance Strategy, and PEPFAR Kenya Country Operational Plans with an emphasis on case based surveillance (CBS) and recency surveillance. Successful applicants will demonstrate understanding of the Kenyan HIV epidemiological context and evidence of a history of surveillance-relevant fieldwork. The recipient(s) will support the GOK and its partners in strengthening capacity to design, implement, analyze, disseminate, and use data from epidemiologic studies and surveillance to focus on sustained HIV epidemiologic control including accurately measuring outcomes and impact, while informing decision making and policy in the national and sub-national HIV response. The NOFO will emphasize analytical and epidemiological skills, geospatial analyses, costing studies, and strategies for capacity-building at national and sub-national levels.
Deadline : 20 Nov 2019
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