Strengthening the Public Health System in the U.S.-Affiliated Pacific Islands

This amendment is to add flexibility for potential additional approximate funding opportunities during the FOA Project Period.

The amendment implements revisions to increase the approximate funding amounts in the 'Total Fiscal Year Funding' at $10 million and 'Total Project Period

credit:


Funding' at $50 million.

The revisions appear in the "Award Information" section.

This amendment is for informational purposes only.

CDC announces the availability of funds for a regional, nonprofit organization to strengthen the quality, performance and sustainability of the U.S.-Affiliated Pacific Islands’ governmental and nongovernmental components of the public health system through the provision of capacity-building assistance.

This FOA provides funding for activities that increase capacity for public health leadership, workforce, public health systems and other components of the public health system.

For the five year project period the applicant is expected to increase capacity in at least three of the six areas:
1) USAPI public health leadership knowledge and skills; 2) organizational infrastructures and processes; 3) public health workforce competencies; 4) development and implementation of public health laws and policies; 5) dissemination of evidence-based practices; and 6) establishment of monitoring and surveillance systems.

In this FOA, capacity building is defined as the development and strengthening of human and organizational resources.

Capacity building involves enhancing the ability to perform functions, solve problems, and achieve objectives at the individual, institutional and societal levels.

Capacity building can be delivered through:
a) workforce development by enhancing knowledge, skills, competencies, and creating resources for personnel; b) organizational development by enhancing management structures, processes and procedures within and between organizations and different sectors (public, private and community); and/or c) partnership development by building relationships to effectively address community needs, manage resources, and communicate with the public.

Strategic investments in capacity building for the USAPI will address a broad range of public health challenges and needs that contribute significantly in the transformation of public health systems and related components.

In general, capacity building assistance is expected to generate an increase in the quality, quantity, efficiency, and effectiveness of USAPI's public health services and related outcomes, thus ultimately improving population health.
Related Programs

Strengthening the Public Health System in US-affiliated Pacific Islands (Non-PPHF)

Department of Health and Human Services


Agency: Centers for Disease Control - OSTLTS

Office:

Estimated Funding: $50,000,000


Who's Eligible



Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
Office of Postsecondary Education (OPE): Training Program for Federal TRIO Programs CFDA Number 84.103A; Notice inviting applications for new awards for fiscal year (FY) 2016

Additional Information of Eligibility:
Organization that meet ALL of the following criteria: Nonprofit 501(c)(3) with IRS status (other than institutions of higher education) The applicant must provide evidence of federally assigned 501(c)(3) with IRS status designation by submitting a copy of the current, valid IRS determination letter.

Evidence can be submitted by uploading this documentation in Grants.gov under “Other Attachment Forms.” The document should be labeled “Proof of Nonprofit Status” Eligibility is limited to the Pacific Island Health Officers Association due to its unique relationship with the collective interests of the Ministers, Secretaries, and Directors of Health of the US-Affiliated Pacific Islands (USAPI) and Freely Associated Territories.eled “Proof of Nonprofit Status”

Full Opportunity Web Address:


Contact:


Agency Email Description:


Agency Email:
IPY1@cdc.gov

Date Posted:
2016-02-16

Application Due Date:
2016-06-23

Archive Date:
2016-07-23


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