2021 2nd Quarterly PEPFAR Uganda Science Summit | Highlights on HIV, TB and COVID-19

2021 2nd Quarterly PEPFAR Uganda Science Summit: Highlights on HIV, TB and COVID-19 Friday June 11, 2021, 9AM- noon (virtual) Summit Objectives:  To disseminate recent and ongoing HIV- and TB-related research from Uganda (whether PEPFAR-funded or non-PEPFAR funded) To highlight key findings on COVID-19 and its impact on HIV- and TB- related programs in Uganda    …

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PEPFAR Community Grants to Combat HIV/AIDS | Applications closing Extended: August 15, 2021

Download: Detailed NOFO 2022 PEPFAR Community Grants | PEPFAR Uganda Notice of Funding_2022 (docx) Download: PEPFAR Uganda Application of Interest_FY2022 (Filled out completely) | PEPFAR Uganda Application of Interest_FY2022 (docx) Download: PEPFAR Uganda Detailed Budget Summary_2022 | PEPFAR Uganda Detailed Budget Summary_2022 (xlsx) PEPFAR Uganda Funding Opportunity is now open to proposals  U.S. Embassy, Kampala PEPFAR Uganda Small Grants Office is pleased to announce that funding is available through its Community Grants to Combat HIV/AIDS Program.  This is an open competition.  Outlined in this announcement are PEPFAR Uganda’s funding priorities, the strategic themes we focus …

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PEPFAR Science Summit 2021 | FEB 2021

PEPFAR Science Summit 2021 The U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) Uganda held its second annual Science Summit February 1 to disseminate recent and ongoing HIV and TB-related research from Uganda under the theme “Consolidating and Protecting Uganda’s Progress Toward Epidemic Control.” Summit Objectives:  To disseminate recent and ongoing HIV- and TB-related research …

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World AIDS Day Commemoration | Remarks by U.S. Ambassador Natalie E. Brown | December 1, 2020

U.S. Embassy Kampala December 1, 2020 Remarks by U.S. Ambassador Natalie E. Brown World AIDS Day Commemoration Office of the President – Conference Hall, Kampala, Uganda (Remarks AS PREPARED FOR DELIVERY) His Excellency the President of the Republic of Uganda Honorable Minister of the Presidency Honorable Minister of Health Honorable Members of Parliament Ambassadors/Heads of …

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Philly Lutaaya Memorial Public Lecture “Access to HIV Services During the COVID-19 Pandemic” | 17 October, 2020

U.S. Embassy Kampala October 17, 2020 | Office of the President – Conference Hall, Kampala Remarks by U.S. Embassy Chargé d’Affaires Christopher Krafft   Senior Government Officials Chairman of the Uganda AIDS Commission Colleagues from the UN and other Health and HIV Development Partners The family of Philly Lutaaya Civil society representatives Ladies and Gentlemen …

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CDC-RFA-GH20-2124- Improving Health Security and Building International Health Regulations core capacities in Uganda | Closing: May 1, 2020

CDC-RFA-GH20-2124- Improving Health Security and Building International Health Regulations core capacities in Uganda | Closing: May 1, 2020 Download: Detailed NOFO Publication The purpose of this NOFO is to continue strengthening Uganda’s capacities for rapid detection and effective and efficient response to health threats, and evidence-based prevention for the spread of epidemic-prone human and zoonotic diseases nationally and …

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U.S. Government Awards Grants for the Ambassador’s Special Self Help Program

On September 24, U.S. Ambassador Deborah R. Malac presided over the award signing ceremony for the final grantees of the Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Program .  The event, held at the American Center in Kampala, recognized and congratulated the winners of this year’s Self-Help Program. Launched in 1964 in Togo, the Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Program is a unique mechanism that …

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