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US $ 669.357.360
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2015-05-31
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The objective of the project is to improve infant and young child feeding practices by promoting optimal infant feeding, and by increasing sustainable access to and use of MNPs for home fortification through a combination of community based distribution (CBD) with the national network of community health workers (CHWs) from the ONN and/or the Ministry of Health, and the social franchising channel of PSI/M supported private health care providers.
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US $ 412.808.741
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2016-01-16
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The program's goal is to decrease morbidity and mortality due to resistant TB (DR-TB) in India and improve access to quality TB care and control services through enhanced civil society participation. The program intends to address identified challenges such as insufficient laboratory capacity for detection and follow up of requisite drug resistance cases in the country and funding gaps for procurement of second line drugs for all MDR-TB cases planned to be initiated on treatment. The beneficiaries of the program are women, men, and children; population living in poor districts, population living in districts identified as predominantly tribal, and population living in urban slums.
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US $ 482.873.097
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2015-09-30
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HIV Prevention and treatment for Professional Sex Workers in Tillabery region.
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US $ 177.319.493
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2015-09-30
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Project will support the adoption of WASH behaviors in Malawi. It will promote hand washing with soap at critical times, emphasize consistent toilet use and reinforce the Open Defecation Free strategy through community activations. In addition, the project will provide technical support on the production of communications materials and sanitation marketing.
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US $ 173.422.228
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2016-06-14
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HIV Prevention and treatment for Professional Sex Workers in Agadez region.
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US $ 171.714.214
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2015-09-30
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To continue the malaria-based interventions carried out nation-wide in the Global Fund Round 8 Phase II grants in DRC that began in 2012. In addition to carrying out this work, the Intervention under the New Funding Mechanism will conduct mass distribution campaigns in 5 provinces (Kinshasa, Bandundu, Nord and South Kivu, Katanga) to replace previously distributed nets between Summer 2015 and December 2017.
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US $ 134.221.721
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2017-12-31
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US $ 103.376.903
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2015-06-30
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%u200BThis grant builds on the achivements of the Round 7 and Round 10 consolidated single stream of funding (SSF) malaria grants in South Sudan. The grant will focus on addressing gaps in the key malaria interventions: vector control (ITN mass campaings) and malaria case management (diagnosis and treatment). In alignment with the overarching goals set out in the South Sudan malaria strategic plan, this program is to contribute to the national goal of reducing malaria-related morbidity and mortality by 80 percent of 2013 levels and to reduce malaria parasite prevalence by 50 percent of the 2013 levels by 2021. The targeted groups include children under 5 years and pregnant women, as well as the general population. Planned key activities include: LLIN mass distribution, net use campaigns to promote uptake and usage, distrubtion of ACTs and RDT, procurement artesunate injection, conduct a Malaria Indicator Survey, and antenatal care.
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US $ 74.362.321
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2017-12-31
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This program focuses on scaling up malaria prevention through the provision of highly subsidized long lasting insecticide treated bed nets (LLINs), addressing a large part of the needs in LLINs indentified by the 2008-2012 revised Malaria National Strategic Plan. The aim of Phase 2 of the RCC Program is to implement two mass distribution campaigns of LLINs in order to achieve 90% of the most vulnerable groups will be sleeping under LLINs by 2013.
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US $ 74.204.000
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2020-12-31
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This project's goal is to contribute to the national goal of reducing malaria related morbidity and mortality in the Republic of South Sudan, thereby minimizing the socio-economic impact of the disease. The project will focus on malaria prevention through long lasting insecticide treated nets (LLINs), parasitological diagnosis, prompt and effective malaria case management, commodity supply chain management and addressing gaps in service delivery. Through scaling up Round 7 grant gains in increasing access to artemisinin-based combination therapy (ACTs) by children under-5 through the home based management of malaria strategy, this project will address gaps in malaria parasitological diagnosis and quality case management in all age groups at all public and private-not-for-profit (PNFP) health facilities, while continuing country-wide distribution of LLINs.
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US $ 67.955.410
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2015-04-30
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This project serves the total market for condoms by increasing demand for socially marketed condoms across Southern Africa through a financially sustainable condom social marketing enterprise operating at a regional scale. By increasing demand for, and distribution of socially marketed condoms, while also strengthening regional capacity of local organizations working in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) prevention, PSI with the support of others, will contribute to regional efforts to reduce HIV incidence by 50%.
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US $ 65.000.000
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2015-12-31
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The project is for implementation of targeted condom social marketing programme in 16 high priority districts in West Bengal. Condom Promotion Objectives: It aims to protect all sex acts that can put someone at the risk of HIV and/ or unwanted pregnancies. Emphasis will be placed on opening new non-traditional condom outlets. Social Marketing Objectives: It will create access to condoms through saturated coverage of high risk areas, and expanded access in the rural areas. Evidence-based behavior change activities will be an integral part of the social marketing programmes. The mid-media activities of behavior change communications will increase demand for condoms through generic promotion of condoms and addressing barriers to condom use.
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US $ 61.607.212
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2015-06-30
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The overarching goal of the MULU Prevention Project is to contribute to the national target of reducing new infections by 50%, by the end of 2014. This will be achieved through three objectives: To prevent new HIV infections by reducing behavioral risk factors among most-at-risk populations and other highly vulnerable populations, to strengthen community level systems and structures to support combination prevention and to increase the capacity of GoE to lead HIV prevention interventions that are based on the local epidemiology of new infections.
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US $ 50.000.000
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2017-04-30
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Liberty from Violence: A Consortium Approach to Protecting Women and Girls in Guatemala¨. The Consortium is comprised of PSI and six local organizations, the PanAmerican Social Marketing Organization, the Asociación Chajulense (AC), Refugio de la Niñez (RDN), Centro de Paz Barbara Ford (CPBF), Fundación Sobrevivientes (FS), and the Observatorio en Salud Sexual Reproductiva (OSAR). The members of the Consortium have worked closely with the Embassy of Sweden over the course of the last several months to develop the following proposal for an integrated and effective program to prevent violence against women and girls and respond to the effects violence perpetrated against them across four Departments in Guatemala: Huehuetenango, Guatemala, Totonicapán, and El Quiché. Together, the Liberty from Violence Team's strategy is to develop, implement, and promote a network of comprehensive care and prevention services to break the cycle of violence against women and girls and support survivors of GBV in Huehuetenango, Guatemala, Totonicapán, and Quiché. The team will promote local ownership and long-term sustainability by actively engaging regional and local stakeholders in program strategy, design, implementation, and monitoring, and by building the capacity of local NGO partners to more effectively develop and manage GBV programming. The Liberty from Violence Team will achieve this through focusing on the following results: Linking women, adolescents and girls who are victims of violence or who are at high risk of violence to comprehensive care, including shelter, SRH, medical, forensic, legal, psychosocial, and economic services. Change social norms that accept or permit violence against women and girls. Improve gender equity by increasing access to economic empowerment opportunities for women and girls. Strengthen the capacity of government, civil society, and the private sector to support, fund, and implement gender-sensitive policies that protect women and girls from violence. Through the implementation of an integrated strategy, the Consortium commits to achieving the following key results over four years: At least 50,000 women and girls at risk of violence will be linked to comprehensive care, including medical, psychosocial, legal, and financial support. Support for harmful social norms that work against the safety and well-being of women and girls will decrease significantly. At least 2,000 women and 200 girls will participate in economic empowerment opportunities. At least 1,000 community leaders and decision makers will be reached through advocacy activities and 20 municipalities will develop a plan to protect the safety and well-being of women and children. 80 male trainers trained in gender equity and new masculinity methodologies and 800 male peer "champion" peer educators trained The Liberty from Violence Team will also work in the cross-cutting themes of empowering women and girls, sexual and reproductive health rights, poverty alleviation, and strategic information; ensuring program activities reach the most vulnerable women and girls; and sharing information and advancements resulting from the program in order to continue the Consortium´s efforts beyond the life of the program.
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US $ 49.000.000
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2018-12-31
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The goal of this program is to improve the health of Kenyans through sustainable, country-led programs and partnerships. The APHIAplus HCM team will apply its expertise in social marketing and social franchising to bring more users into the Kenyan health market. By the end of the program, Kenyans will see improvements in maternal, neonatal and child health, family planning and reproductive health, malaria, HIV and tuberculosis. Program gains under APHIAplus HCM program will be sustainable because of efforts to strengthen local leadership, management and governance of the total Kenyan health market.
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US $ 48.629.922
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2015-12-31
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US $ 48.589.251
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2015-06-30
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The project is for implementation of targeted condom social marketing programme in 25 high priority districts in Rajasthan. Condom Promotion Objectives: It aims to protect all sex acts that can put someone at the risk of HIV and/ or unwanted pregnancies. Emphasis will be placed on opening new non-traditional condom outlets. Social Marketing Objectives: It will create access to condoms through saturated coverage of high risk areas, and expanded access in the rural areas. Evidence-based behavior change activities will be an integral part of the social marketing programmes. The mid-media activities of behavior change communications will increase demand for condoms through generic promotion of condoms and addressing barriers to condom use.
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US $ 47.885.053
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2015-06-30
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The project is for implementation of targeted condom social marketing programme in 19 high priority districts in Gujarat. Condom Promotion Objectives: It aims to protect all sex acts that can put someone at the risk of HIV and/ or unwanted pregnancies. Emphasis will be placed on opening new non-traditional condom outlets. Social Marketing Objectives: It will create access to condoms through saturated coverage of high risk areas, and expanded access in the rural areas. Evidence-based behavior change activities will be an integral part of the social marketing programmes. The mid-media activities of behavior change communications will increase demand for condoms through generic promotion of condoms and addressing barriers to condom use.
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US $ 45.972.022
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2015-06-30
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The objective is to contribute to improving the access to quality RH services in the health district of Doutchi for men and women including youth and adolescents. This project will contribute to creating the conditions to enable couples and individuals of the intervention area to enjoy better RH/FP health. It will contribute to the reduction of maternal mortality in the intervention area. The specific objectives for the implementation of this project are: - Increase access to and utilization of RH services at Community Based Distribution (CBD) sites - Improve the demand for services RH / FP at DBC sites - Strengthen the capacity of services and information services in RH - Improve the coordination, monitoring and evaluation of project activities.
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US $ 43.734.016
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2016-03-31
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Promoting family planning in Benin through%u200B improved community interventions.
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US $ 37.500.000
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2015-12-31
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The project aims to improve the health of the Malagasy people, especially women and children, through an increasingly sustainable social marketing program that delivers essential health products and services with a focus on reaching rural and underserved areas. The focus will be seeking improvements in health status with regards to family planning, reproductive health, maternal and child health, and malaria.
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US $ 36.823.053
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2017-12-31
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Population Services International (PSI) and its partners will expand the South Sudan Ministry of Health's (MOH) integrated community case management (ICCM) program. This intervention will reduce deaths among children under five (CU5) in South Sudan. Under ICCM, networks of community volunteers are chosen in villages that are outside walking distance of a health facility. These volunteers are trained to provide treatment for malaria, diarrhea, pneumonia and treatment or referral for severe acute malnutrition (SAM) for CU5 who cannot access formal health facilities. The community volunteers are supported by a supervisor, who reports to the local health facility. This program brings lifesaving care to CU5, who live out of walking distance of a health facility, across at least 27 of the 79 counties in South Sudan. ICCM will ensure that CU5 are either given effective treatment for malaria, diarrhea, pneumonia and SAM within 24 hours of falling ill, or are referred to a health facility if severely unwell.
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US $ 30.573.327
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2016-03-31
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Reinforcing the achievements made in malaria control in the movements towards elimination of malaria in Madagascar This program covers funding gaps in the Madagascar Malaria National Strategic Plan. The Global Fund National Strategy Application (NSA) contribution in Phase II will make it possible for the 2015 LLIN mass distribution campaign to be conducted in the 92 high transmission districts in the country, marking a switch to a one time national campaign, as opposed to staggered campaigns that have happened in the past. This grant will provide for 4.2 million LLINs to cover 42 of the targeted districts and PMI will provide for 6.3 million LLINs to cover the remaining 50 targeted districts. In addition, access to Intermittent Preventive Treatment (IPT) will increase, and the grant will also contribute RDTs and ACTs. The Program will focus on the entire population with special focus on specifically on pregnant women and children under five years of age. PSI replaced UGP as PR for NSA 2 from July 2014-Sep 2015. PSI will primarily focus on the national mass distribution campaign of LLINS scheduled for fall 2015, as well as routine surveillance, and ensuring access to efficient malaria treatment and diagnostics, diffusing IPT for pregnant women. In addition, PSI will be responsible for the Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS) in targeted areas and the training of sprayers in intervention zones. The Principal Recipient will mainly focus on Community Strengthening by training health agents and will support community M&E. Pact (SR) will mainly focus on Community Strengthening by training health agents and will support community M&E, as well as operational research.
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US $ 29.746.376
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2015-09-30
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The project is for implementation of targeted condom social marketing programme in 16 high priority districts in Odisha. Condom Promotion Objectives: It aims to protect all sex acts that can put someone at the risk of HIV and/ or unwanted pregnancies. Emphasis will be placed on opening new non-traditional condom outlets. Social Marketing Objectives: It will create access to condoms through saturated coverage of high risk areas, and expanded access in the rural areas. Evidence-based behavior change activities will be an integral part of the social marketing programmes. The mid-media activities of behavior change communications will increase demand for condoms through generic promotion of condoms and addressing barriers to condom use.
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US $ 28.840.075
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2015-08-24T14:00:00
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2015-06-30
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