IntraHealth International To Work With Sub-Saharan African Countries To Strengthen Local Capabilities To Address HIV Epidemic

IntraHealth International: IntraHealth to Work with Local African Partners on the Road to Self-Reliance and HIV Epidemic Control
“Through the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID’s) $38.5 million Accelerating Support to Advanced Local Partners (ASAP) project, IntraHealth International will work with sub-Saharan African countries to rapidly prepare local organizations and government entities to serve as prime partners for USAID and U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) programming, including by strengthening their capabilities and resources to address HIV within their populations. The three-year contract, awarded by USAID, is one of four new global projects focused on meeting PEPFAR’s goal to ensure that, by 2020, 70% of its funding is awarded to local partners, while also accelerating progress toward epidemic control and achieving PEPFAR’s 95-95-95 goals…” (4/4).

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