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International AIDS Education and Training Centers: The goal of this Cooperative Agreement is to assist countries with developing systems of care to understand and put into action best practices for high quality, comprehensive HIV primary care and support service delivery to people living with HIV/AIDS. The Cooperative Agreement will transfer knowledge and provide practical help to a diverse group of organizations and individuals, including administrative and direct service staff of Country Ministry/Departments of Health and local AIDS programs, District and Provincial health departments, Faith-based, community-based and non-governmental organizations; providers and their subcontractors; and consumers. Cooperative Agreement recipients will build upon the lessons learned from other training, technical assistance and capacity building efforts sponsored by the HIV/AIDS Bureau and work to address needs not fulfilled by existing efforts.
Others (see text field entitled "Additional Information on Eligibility" for clarification)
Additional Information on Eligibility
National, regional and local non-profit organizations involved in addressing global HIV/AIDS related issues. Applicants must have a history of developing and disseminating informational materials and providing training and technical assistance, to HIV/AIDS related organizations outside of the United States within the past three years. Community-based and faith-based organizations are eligible to apply.