FY11 United States-Mexico Border Health Commission Border Health Improvement Initiative

The USMBHC is comprised of the Secretary of Health and Human Services of the United States and the Secretary of Health of Mexico, the chief health officers of the ten border states (four in the U.S.), and prominent health professionals from both sides of the border.

The USMBHC has the unique opportunity

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to bring together the two countries to solve health problems.

The Commission provides the necessary leadership to develop coordinated and binational actions to improve the health and quality of life on the border with the following key objectives:
? Institutionalize a domestic focus on border health that transcends political changes;? Encourage or support investigations, research, or studies designed to identify, evaluate and monitor, on an ongoing basis, health problems that affect the general population in the United States-Mexico border area;? Encourage or support binational public-private efforts to establish comprehensive and coordinated systems, which use advanced technologies to the maximum extent possible, for gathering and monitoring health-related data for border areas;? Serve as a catalyst to encourage public and private and nonprofit organizations to work towards preventing or resolving border health problems to educate the population concerning such problems.

Who's Eligible





Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
FY11 United States-Mexico Border Health Commission Border Health Improvement Initiative

Additional Information of Eligibility:
This is a single-eligibility cooperative agreement offered to the Arizona Department of Health Services/Office of Border Health; the California Department of Public Health/California Office of Binational Border Health; the New Mexico Department of Health/Office of Border Health; and the Texas Department of State Health Services/Office of Border Health.

The offices of border health in the four U. S. border states have extensive past experience in working with the USMBHC and in supporting its binational goals, objectives, and initiatives.

The four state offices of border health also have an existing working relationship and ongoing initiatives with Mexico through the appropriate outreach office(s) on the Mexican side of the border.

The USMBHC�s establishing legislation calls for close coordination and integration with each of the four state offices of border health, whereby these offices serve as support components and conduits for distribution of information on USMBHC priorities, initiatives, and activities in each of the U. S. state border regions.

Continuity and consistency in this binational effort within the border area is essential to the productivity and success of public health efforts in this region.



Full Opportunity Web Address:
https://www.grantsolutions.gov/gs/preaward/previewPublicAnnouncement.do?id=12562

Contact:
Grants.gov Contact CenterPhone Number: 1-800-518-4726Hours of operation are Monday-Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Timesupport@grants.gov

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Date Posted:
2011-06-08

Application Due Date:
2011-07-08

Archive Date:
2011-08-07



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