The United States Agency for International Development (USAID/Burma) is seeking applications for a Cooperative Agreement from qualified US and non-US organizations to implement the HIV/ TB Agency, Information, and Services (HIV/TB AIS) Activity.
The HIV/TB AIS Activity is an activity under the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and the USAID Accelerator to End Tuberculosis (TB Accelerator). The dual purposes of the Activity are: to achieve HIV epidemic control and to achieve a Burma free from TB.
The HIV/TB AIS Activity aims to improve the health of people in underserved and conflict-affected areas of Burma who are at risk for HIV and tuberculosis. USAID seeks innovative, cost-efficient solutions to address long-standing inequities in access to and utilization of health services among affected communities.
Cross Cutting Themes
- Private sector engagement;
- Digital health technologies;
- Gender, social inclusion and equitable access to services;
- Conflict sensitivity;
- COVID-19 context.
- USAID seeks to provide up to $39M in total USAID funding over a 5-year period.
- Expanded services to ensure affected populations are reached, tested, and linked to TB and HIV services;
- Effective TB and HIV prevention, care and treatment services are available and tailored to the unique needs and locations of affected populations;
- Affected populations can seek services and advocate for reform without suffering legal, financial or social barriers;
- The health system has effective technical leadership capacity and private sector engagement, and uses information for learning, advocacy, adaptation and taking effective approaches to scale.
- Eligibility for this NOFO is not restricted. USAID welcomes applications from organizations that have not previously received financial assistance from USAID.
- There is no cost share requirement under this NOFO.
- Each organization may only submit one application under this notice of funding opportunity.
- Individuals are not eligible to submit applications.
For more information, visit https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=330931