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Centers for Disease Control - CGH
Through this NOFO, the Rwanda Biomedical Center (RBC) will support the Government of Rwanda through the Technical Science and Support Services (TSSS) Mechanism. Through the TSSS project, RBC will...more
Posted On - 2018-10-25


Centers for Disease Control - CGH
This NOFO will support post-polio eradication certification and transition, measles and rubella elimination, and prevention of other vaccine-preventable diseases in the...more
Posted On - 2018-10-24


Centers for Disease Control - CGH
This NOFO will support the implementation of integrated HIV/AIDS treatment, care, and prevention programs in the Republic of Mozambique. This NOFO will build upon previous work and continue to...more
Posted On - 2018-10-19




Centers for Disease Control - CGH
As a result of the magnitude of the HIV epidemic in Mozambique and the limitations of health infrastructure; a large proportion of HIV service provisions is supported through international and some...more
Posted On - 2018-10-19


Centers for Disease Control - CGH
Namibia has a generalized HIV epidemic, with 10% of the general population living with HIV. Among adults (>25 years of age), women bear a disproportionate burden of the HIV epidemic, with a...more
Posted On - 2018-10-04


Centers for Disease Control - CGH
Cameroon is one of the 30 countries with the highest burden of TB/HIV co-infection worldwide. Only 54% of TB cases were notified in 2016 and 5.5% were children. TB treatment coverage was 55% and...more
Posted On - 2018-09-19


Centers for Disease Control - CGH
HIV/AIDS remains the most pressing health problem and leading cause of death in South Africa. Despite high coverage levels for HIV/AIDS services, South Africa has not achieved epidemic control....more
Posted On - 2018-09-14




Centers for Disease Control - CGH
Zimbabwe has a generalized HIV epidemic with an estimated 1.4 million people living with HIV (PLHIV). Adult prevalence aged 15-49 is 14.0%, down from 18.1% in 2015. Incidence among adults is 0.47%,...more
Posted On - 2018-09-10


Centers for Disease Control - CGH
This NOFO aims to enhance the use of Human Resources for Health (HRH) data for evidence-based decision making on health workforce management and strategic planning within the South African National...more
Posted On - 2018-08-31





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