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Population-based HIV Impact Assessments in Resource-Constrained Settings under the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)

Grant Amount: Approximate Current Fiscal Year Funding: $25,000,000; Approximate Total Project Period Funding: $125,000,000.

The goals of this FOA are to:
(1) Support the implementation of country-led, population-based HIV impact assessments to measure HIV-relevant services uptake and health outcomes and to monitor and inform policy and programming.
(2) Strengthen host country capacity and skills to conduct population-based HIV impact assessments.
(3) Use cost-effective, sustainable approaches and design elements leveraging current and evolving technologies.
(4) Facilitate the creation of primarily country-owned and publicly accessible data warehouses to maximize the use of collected survey data.
(5) Maximize utilization of assessment data for monitoring program impact by broadening access to quality data through improved data capture methodologies, robust data management and a web-based data warehouse.
(6) Facilitate future (secondary) use of collected biologic specimens.

The objectives of this FOA are to:
(1) Facilitate the implementation of standardized, household-based national and/or sub-national bio-behavioral surveys in the general population (assessment conduct) and improve the quality, validity and timeliness of data by deploying data capture and management technologies which utilize current cost effective technologies such as tablet, kiosk or web-based solutions selected to increase response rate, data accuracy and timeliness, and participant confidentiality and security. Monitor the quality of surveys with regard to sampling, survey response, adherence to consent and other human subject protection measures, data quality, specimen quality, and testing quality. (assessment conduct – smart use of technology, quality monitoring).
(2) Improve data availability and use of country-owned data sets while ensuring data integrity, participant confidentiality and security and appropriate data use through robust data governance implemented through cloud-based data warehousing strategies incorporated into assessment system design from the incept. Create a country-level, web-based, publicly accessible country-owned data set repository (public data access).
(3) Collect, transport, process, and store high quality specimens and establish local biologic specimen repositories (secondary biologic testing).
(4) Generate national and sub-national estimates of the burden of HIV disease, to characterize local HIV epidemics, to estimate HIV incidence and mortality, in the general population, and, as appropriate, in select locations (HIV data analysis, data estimates, report writing).
(5) Promote assessment designs and approaches that facilitate financial sustainability, and country ownership (sustainable assessment design).
(6) Transfer technology; strengthen in-country assessment skills and capacity, thus strengthening countries’ public health surveillance systems (training, skill and accountability transfer).
(7) Evaluate assessment methods and tools that potentially increase data timeliness, validity and quality by leveraging evolving technology and science. (operations research).

The purpose of this FOA is to provide technical assistance and/or conduct population-based HIV program impact surveys with the goal to strengthen the monitoring of impact and outcomes to more comprehensively inform national responses to HIV. These surveys use standardized methods, create publicly accessible data and specimen repositories, and improve survey methods to increase cost effectiveness and data quality, and support country ownership, local capacity strengthening as well as skills and technology transfer.
Funding Organization
US Department of Health and Human Services
Public Health Service
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Fund Category
Support Types
Cooperative Agreements
American Samoa
District of Columbia
Federated States of Micronesia
Marshall Islands
Northern Mariana Islands
Puerto Rico
US Virgin Islands
Eligible Organizations
City Agencies
Commercial Organizations
Community Based Organizations
County Agencies
International Agencies
IRS 501 (c)(3) Organizations
Minority Owned Organizations
Nonprofit Organizations
Religious Organizations
Research Institutions
State Agencies
Tribal Organizations
Woman Owned Organizations
Award Date
Number of Awards Given
1 - 2 awards
Award Amount Notes
Approximate Current Fiscal Year Funding: $25,000,000.
Approximate Total Project Period Funding: $125,000,000 (This amount is an estimate, and is subject to availability of funds and includes direct costs for international organizations or direct and indirect costs for domestic grantees for all years.)
Application Due Date
Application Contact
Tech Information Mgmt Section
CDC Procurement & Graants Ofc
2920 Brandywine Road, MS E-14
Atlanta, GA 30341
Phone: (770) 488-2700
Technical Contact
Christopher Murrill
Project Officer
DHHS/CDC1600 Clifton Rd NW MS E39
Atlanta, GA 30329
Phone: (404) 639-8908
Fund Duration
5 years.
High Risk Behaviors
HIV/AIDS Prevention
International Cooperation
Program Development
Technical Assistance
Developing Nations
Application Process
Applicants must download the SF424 application package associated with this funding opportunity from If access to the Internet is not available or if the applicant encounters difficulty in accessing the forms on-line, contact the HHS/CDC Procurement and Grant Office Technical Information Management Section (PGO TIMS) staff at (770) 488-2700 Monday-Friday 7:00am – 4:30pm U.S. Eastern Standard Time for further instruction. CDC Telecommunications for the hearing impaired or disabled is available at: TTY 1-888-232-6348.

If the applicant encounters technical difficulties with, the applicant should contact Customer Service. The Contact Center is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with the exception of all Federal Holidays. The Contact Center provides customer service to the applicant community. The extended hours will provide applicants support around the clock, ensuring the best possible customer service is received any time it’s needed. You can reach the Support Center at 1-800-518-4726 or by email at Submissions sent by e-mail, fax, CD’s or thumb drives of applications will not be accepted.
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