Ambassador’s PEPFAR Small Grants Program POL/ECON, U.S. Embassy Yaounde

The U. S. Embassy in Yaounde-Cameroon, Political and Economic Section is seeking proposals for projects that address challenges in providing community based prevention, care, and treatment services to infants, children and adolescents infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.

The objective is to support


increase in the number of children testing for HIV, linking those diagnosed HIV-positive to treatment, and ensuring that they stay on treatment.

Additionally, recipient organizations would be engaged in encouraging and supporting retention for mothers and children enrolled in ART in order to achieve viral suppression, strengthening parent/caregiver capacity to advocate for infants, children, and adolescents with HIV, as well as supporting adolescents transitioning to adult HIV programs.

We will only consider supporting projects that will be implemented in Yaounde and Douala Health Districts.

Proposals can target one or more Health Districts in these cities.
Agency: Department of State

Office: U.S. Mission to Cameroon

Estimated Funding: $251,572

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FY '11 Regional Integrated Pest Management Centers

Additional Information of Eligibility:
The Ambassador’s PEPFAR Small Grants Program is limited to Cameroonian local registered CBOs, associations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) with at least 2 years of experience working in Cameroon.

Applicants must prove experience working on HIV/AIDS addressing infant, children and adolescent issues.

Recipients of current year’s POL/ECON’s Small Grants funds are not eligible for these funds.

Also, organizations and entities with a prior history of non-performance of U. S. government grants are ineligible for funding.

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