Strengthening the Capacity of Local Indigenous Faith Based Partners in Zambia to Provide HIV/AIDS Prevention, Treatment and Care Services in a Comprehensive and Sustainable Manner under the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)
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Federal Grant Title:
STRENGTHENING THE CAPACITY OF LOCAL INDIGENOUS FAITH BASED PARTNERS IN ZAMBIA TO PROVIDE HIV/AIDS PREVENTION, TREATMENT AND CARE SERVICES IN A COMPREHENSIVE AND SUSTAINABLE MANNER UNDER THE PRESIDENT'S EMERGENCY PLAN FOR AIDS RELIEF (PEPFAR)
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The purpose of this program is to increase the local capacity and sustainability of the response to the HIV and AIDS crisis in Zambia by engaging local indigenous faith based partners to provide HIV/AIDS Prevention, Treatment and Care services that were initiated in 2004 under the PEPFAR-funded HHS/CDC and HHS/HRSA HIV clinical services and antiretroviral treatment program. This program promotes the transition of United States Government-funded health programs to host country ownership for improved sustainability by engaging local and indigenous faith based organizations. The successful applicant will in a phased manner take over HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment activities hitherto provided by an international faith based organization in 17 faith based and two private sites within Eastern, Southern, Lusaka, Western, Copperbelt, North Western and Northern Provinces of Zambia.
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