The Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are continuing a jointly sponsored cooperative agreement program to help strengthen public health laboratories across the globe.
A national nonprofit, APHL represents state and local governmental public health laboratories monitoring and detecting health threats in the United States.
The first cooperative agreement between the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and APHL began in 1989. The relationship has broadened ever since and now encompasses the range of public health. APHL leverages its long history of laboratory safety training to help build local capacity in biosafety and biosecurity with international partners.
Funding for “CDC-RFA-GH16-1720 – APHL-CDC Partnership to Strengthen Public Health Laboratories Internationally” is being made available for grantees previously awarded under the program.
This continuation funding is provided from the following sources:
- Antibiotic Resistance
- Global Disease Detection
- Global Health Security
- Immunization Program – Pandemic Influenza (No-Year) (PHSSEF)
- Influenza Planning and Response
- International Ebola
- International Response and Preparedness-Ebola-Reimbursable Authority
- National Health Safety Network
- President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (GHP)
CDC requires grantees to submit their Annual Performance Reports (APR) by April 14, 2017 which serves as the non-competing continuation application, through www.grants.gov Funding Opportunity Number: CDC-RFA-GH16-172002CONT17.