HIV Innovations for Improved Patient Outcomes for Priority Populations Program

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The United States Agency for International Development, otherwise referred to as USAID, is a United States federal government agency that is greatly responsible for administering foreign civilian aid to several countries all around the world.

Among these countries, the USAID holds one of its offices in South Africa. The South African headquarters administers programs that focus on good governance, the provision of quality health care services, the availability of good and accessible education, and economic growth.

The programs and initiatives of the USAID Headquarters in South Africa are all geared towards the realization of its mission, which is to uphold the rights of all its people and ensure that their needs are met in all possible aspects.

In line with this mission, the United States Agency for International Development in South Africa has recently established the HIV Innovations for Improved Patient Outcomes for Priority Populations Program wherein it intends to solicit applications coming from local organizations which are interested in heading the implementation of a five-year plan centered on the program in focus.

The activities and initiatives that will be covered under the five-year program plan should be designed to contribute to the realization of the following objectives:   (continued...)

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