The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and an International Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that will serve as a bridge between CDC?s public health science and the selected grantee?s community-based programming in several functional areas in multiple countries. This cooperative agreement will leverage resources and utilize different knowledge and perspective between these two distinctive types of organizations. This announcement will also provide a flexible mechanism for synergistic activities.
This cooperative agreement will leverage capacity in distinct areas of: Global Disease Detection (GDD), Perinatal and Maternal Mortality Reduction, Safe Water Systems (SWS)/Environmental Health Practices, and Early Childhood Health and Development. This collaboration will promote innovative solutions in a global partnership with extensive diversity, resources, and experience. FY 2005 funding for one award [$100,000: $50,000 for Global Disease Detection Activities and $50,000 for Perinatal and Maternal Mortality Reduction Activities. This amount is for the first 12 month budget period and includes direct and indirect costs.] The estimated award date is August 1, 2005.
Who can apply:
Eligible functional categories:
Office of Global Health Cooperative Agreement for: Global Capacity through Internation NGO Partnership
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