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U.S. Embassy in Cote d’Ivoire: PEPFAR Community-Led Monitoring (CLM) Program

Ana Isabel Paraguay
Posted January 22, 2021 from Brazil
Expired on February 15, 2021
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The goal of PEPFAR in Cote d’Ivoire is to support efforts to achieve HIV epidemic control through implementation of evidence-based interventions to drive progress in HIV prevention, care and treatment and ultimately, save lives.

The program seeks to encourage affected communities to be self-reliant and undertake similar activities on their own in the future. This means that the communities will need to have the capacity to continue to collaborate with health facilities to assess facility services and address gaps and issues identified in a timely manner.

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PEPFAR Côte d’Ivoire recognizes the importance of engaging with communities in the development and implementation of its HIV programming.

PEPFAR will support a community led monitoring initiative in each PEPFAR-supported health district in hopes of closing any client feedback gaps that might be accruing and ultimately improve the quality of HIV services.

CLM funds are meant for activities that are community driven and serve the community at large where they are being funded.

Only Not-for-profit organizations, including civil society and non-governmental organizations registered with the government of Cote d’Ivoire will be considered eligible organizations.

Eligible organizations must have experience of successfully implementing programs with funding of a minimum of $10,000.00.

Eligible organizations must have established offices, at least 12 months prior to application submission.

Length of performance period: 12 months to 24 months.

Awards may range up to US Dollars $50,000.00.

Deadline for Applications: February 15, 2021, 11:59 p.m., Central Africa Time.

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Ana Isabel Paraguay
Jan 22
Jan 22

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Jill Langhus
Jan 23
Jan 23

Thanks, Ana.