The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced continued funding support for research to strengthen health system capacities within the Uganda Ministry of Health.
The efforts are focused on increased biosurveillance, epidemiology and laboratory capabilities, with an emphasis on strengthening HIV/AIDS public health services.
Recently announced funding opportunities include:
CDC-RFA-GH15-161102CONT16 The Monitoring and Evaluation Technical Support to strengthen Monitoring and Evaluation, Disease Surveillance and the capabilities of District Health Teams in the Republic of Uganda Under PEPFAR
CDC-RFA-GH12-121204CONT16 Strengthening Capacity through improved management and coordination of laboratory, Surveillance, Epidemiology, Public Health Evaluation and Training in Uganda under PEPFAR
CDC-RFA-GH12-121604CONT16 Support Uganda Ministry of Health Capacity to Address HIV and Other Health Priority Conditions through Strengthening Health Systems under the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDs Relief
CDC-RFA-GH15-159102CONT16 Accelerating Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Services in Western and West-Nile Regions in the Republic of Uganda
CDC-RFA-GH12-121504CONT16 Strengthening National HIV/AIDS and Scaling up Comprehensive HIV/AIDS service in Uganda (SNAPS)
These grants are primarily intended as continuation funding for grantees previously awarded contracts in support of each respective program.