Apply for RFA OAA 11 000004
- The Agency for International Development in the health sector is offering a public funding opportunity titled "FY 2011 Child Survival and Health Grants Program (CSHGP)" and is now available to receive applicants.
- This funding opportunity was created on Mar 4, 2011 and posted on Feb 1, 2011.
- Applicants must submit their applications by Mar 25, 2011 Please note close date has been modified..
- The funding agency has allocated a total of $12,750,000.00 to eligible and selected applicants.
- Each selected applicant is eligible to receive up to $1,750,000.00 in funding.
- The number of recipients for this funding is limited to 7 candidate(s).
- Eligible applicants include: Others (see text field entitled Additional Information on Eligibility for clarification).
- Principal applicants must meet the following criteria to apply for a CSHGP grant. Depending on the Category (New Partner, Innovation) an applicant wishes to apply for, eligibility criteria differ around Organizational Status and Experience . Applicants are advised to read section A (1 4) carefully. A. Organizational Status and Experience Principal applicants must be a U.S. PVO (any Category) or U.S. NGO (New Partner Category only). Please see below for additional information on organizational status. 1. U.S. PVOs A U.S. PVO is defined as a U.S. non governmental organization that meets the first four Conditions of Registration as outlined in Part 203, Chapter II, Title 22 of the Code of Federal Regulations in USAID s Automated Directives System. To be registered, a U.S. PVO also must meet the second four Conditions of Registration, which establish standards to be met on an annual basis (see Annex B for a list of these eight Conditions). If an organization meets the criteria of a U.S. PVO, the organization must be registered or in the process of registration with USAID as a U.S. PVO at the time of application submission to be considered eligible as a U.S. PVO under this RFA. U.S. NGOs in the process of registration as a U.S. PVO with USAID at the time of application submission are eligible to apply under this RFA. 2. U.S. NGOs Other U.S. NGOs that do not meet the definition of a U.S. PVO are eligible to apply for funding, but only under the New Partner Category of this RFA. 3. Definition of New Partner for New Partner Category Restrictions for the New Partner Category Only U.S. PVOs and U.S. NGOs that have been awarded no more than 5 million in total, direct U.S. Government funding over the five fiscal years prior to the due date for submission of an application under this RFA are eligible to apply under the New Partner Category. The 5 million eligibility limitation does not include 1) U.S. Government emergency and disaster assistance, whether domestic or international, or 2) U.S. Government domestic or international funding received by virtue of a subcontract or sub grant. The 5 million eligibility limitation applies not only to the principal applicant, but also to any organization with which the principal applicant may choose to enter into a subcontract or grant. 4. Innovation Category Applicant Experience Requirement The Innovation Category is intended for PVOs with substantial leadership and experience in health programming. Applicants in the Innovation category must have five years of experience implementing health programs in a developing country. Previous health program experience in the target country however, is not required.
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