Stop TB Challenge Facility for Civil Society Grant for NGO

Stop TB Challenge Facility for Civil Society

Applications are currently being accepted for the fifth round of the Stop TB Challenge Facility for Civil Society, which aims to provide support to community-based organizations engaged in advocacy and social mobilization activities seeking to raise awareness and empower communities to become part of the solution in the fight against TB.

For this round, in order to address one of the most crucial needs in TB, the special focus of the successful applications should be on activities that build the capacity of civil society to advocate for services and that contribute to the creation of a network of advocates prepared to speak out and raise consciousness about challenges in reaching affected communities with TB care and help solve bottlenecks in TB programmes or Global Fund grant implementation.

Communities are coming together to advocate and improve their own access to health services and increasingly organizing to plan and deliver effective healthcare on a large scale. Though it will never replace or match the national delivery of health, it can and does make a considerable contribution acting synergistically to improve access for marginalized groups, maintaining contact and referral to health services and ultimately creating a highly effective network of health interventions and community health systems.

Grant Size -

The current round has a budget of US$300,000. Individual grants range from US$5,000 to US$20,000.


Eligibility-

To be considered for a Challenge Facility grant an organization must-

  1. => have a basic management structure and processes in place

  2. => be solvent, with or without Stop TB Partnership`s funding for the organization

  3. => represent and serve an identifiable community, such as people living with TB, MDR-TB, TB/HIV, women, children, poor/neglected communities, or people living in remote rural areas with significant burden of TB

  4. => have a track record of carrying out activities with tangible outputs and outcomes in the area of advocacy or social mobilization

  5. => have a clearly defined vision, mission and set of objectives

  6. => have experience providing grass roots level support to communities

  7. => have links with other development and/or health institutions

In order to be eligible for Stop TB Challenge Facility for Civil Society, applications must:

1. not exceed US$20,000 per proposal

2. not exceed 12 months duration

3. have clearly defined objectives, activities and outcomes (with measures) which are achievable through the specific project for which funding is being requested

4. have documentation to confirm that it is a registered organization

5. have been operating for at least one full year (according to date exhibited on registration certificate)

6. propose a budget in which the proportion of funding spent on salary & administrative costs does not exceed 25% of the total budget. The rest of the funding should be spent on direct programme related activities (70%-75% on activities vs. not more than 25%-30% on salaries/admin)

7. agree to be part of the Stop TB Partnership TB Advocates Networks and share their knowledge through that platform

8. if a recipient of a previous round, please add to the application the financial report and final report on what was achieved using the funds received.

How to apply?

Please ensure that all documents required are uploaded along with the application form to the online submission system. Incomplete applications will be screened out by the CFCS Secretariat and not be considered by the Selection Committee.


Deadline -

30 Sept 2012


Applications must be accompanied by:

1. A copy of the registration certificate of the organization

2. A copy of any clearance issued by the competent national authority showing that you may receive grant funds from outside the country, if such a clearance is required by your government. In case such a clearance is not sent to the Stop TB Partnership within two months of being notified of the NGO being selected to win the grant the award of the grant will be cancelled and no funds will be remitted.


Important Note –

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The Global South Development Expo 2012

The Global South Development Expo 2012

 

The Special Unit for South-South Cooperation in UNDP is inviting you to nominate a project or program that has provided a successful solution in any of the following areas through effective leadership, innovation, and partnership:

 

1.     Agriculture, Food Security & Capacity Development;

2.     Social Protection, Agriculture & Food Security;

3.     Climate Change, Environment & Agriculture;

4.     Food Security, Nutrition & HIV/AIDS;

5.     Global Health, Agriculture & Food Security; and

6.     Renewable Energy, Agribusiness & Food Security

 

Who can participate?

 

Any public or private institution, NGO or project that have made significant contributions to human development in the global south and that has provided solutions to address the challenges in the areas of climate change/environment, food security, global health. We seek organizations and institutions that can nominate south development solutions (SDS) that could readily be replicated, scaled up or adapted across developing countries. The South Development Solution (SDS) could be a Southern-grown solution, a South-South partnership solution, a North-South-South triangular partnership solution, a South-South-Multilateral Organization solution, Public-Private partnership solution, and/or combination of all these.

 

The deadline for submission of the nomination form is 31 October 2012.

 

Global South Development Expo 2012 Nomination Form

 

Nomination from (choose all that apply):

o National Govt.       o UN agency       o Private sector       o NGO/Civil society org.

 

Name of group or organization being nominated:­­­­­­­­­­­____________

Nominee details:

Address­­­­­­­­­­_________________________________________

City______________________________________

Country__________________________________   Postal code______________

Business telephone number _________________________

Mobile telephone number _________________________

Fax number __________________________

Email _______________________

 

Kindly answer the following questions using a maximum of six to seven pages:

1. Description of the initiative, including background and challenges: Provide a description of the initiative, (i.e., its purpose, resources (human, material and financial), time frame, activities, implementation process and challenges). Identify the main social, economic and environmental issues addressed by the initiative.

2. Main partners: Describe the origin of the partnership and for each partner country or organization, indicate the partners' roles and responsibilities in the planning, design, implementation and funding of the initiative. Also describe the ways in which the partnership has contributed to the success of the project or programme.

3. Achievements and impact: Describe the estimated number and types of beneficiaries (e.g., women, children, youth, poor, victims of conflicts and/or natural disasters) and the impact of the initiative on beneficiaries' living conditions (e.g., social, economic, environment, health, education, employment, security of tenure, crime reduction, community involvement in decisions/governance). Describe the impact of the initiative on the building of leadership capacity at the local, national, regional and/or international levels. Describe the solutions that have resulted from the activities of the project, focusing in particular on the impact of the initiative on the achievement of the MDGs. Provide quantitative and qualitative assessments.

4. Sustainability: Indicate the ways in which the initiative has achieved lasting change, including the mechanisms used to ensure sustainability (e.g., new legislation, capacity-building, empowerment). 

5. Innovation: Describe the main innovative aspects of the initiative, including what is innovative about the Southern solutions that it is providing/has provided. Also indicate how these solutions may be applicable to other communities' efforts to reduce poverty or meet any other Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

6. Replicability and scaling up: Indicate whether this initiative is replicable and/or adaptable and whether the solutions from the project can be scaled up. If scaling up is possible, describe how it can be achieved. 

7. Areas of contribution: Explain the ways in which the initiative has made a significant contribution to any of the following areas or sectors, where applicable:

a.          Job creation: How the initiative had an impact on unemployment, etc.

b.         Income-generation: How the initiative benefited disadvantaged groups (e.g., women's' groups, indigenous peoples, rural communities, etc.)?

c.          Infrastructure development:  What contribution has the initiative made to affordable alternative energy sources, creation of new information systems, provision of other infrastructure?

d.         Education: How the initiative resulted in increased enrolment in rural schools, including improvements in quality of education, integration of science and technology with emphasis on girls, and improved physical infrastructure?

e.          Social inclusion: How are the solutions geared towards uplifting disadvantaged groups, women, youth and poor communities? How has the initiative had an impact on small and medium-sized enterprises and community group projects?

f.   Outreach: How the solutions had an impact on changing peoples' attitudes, lifestyles and understanding (e.g., regarding HIV/AIDS, agricultural innovations, changes of education curriculum, human rights, etc.)?

g.          Networks: How the initiative provided solutions that link various individual groups, organizations and government through networks (e.g., scientists and governments to address a particular issue; NGOs; women groups)?

h.   Environment: How the solutions contributed to conservation, management of natural resources (e.g., sustainable forest management), pollution mitigation, minimization or combating of poaching of wildlife, etc.?

i.          Global health:  How environmental, societal and life-style factors create an impact on health?  What are the challenges the community and individuals are faced with to come up with practical and sustainable solutions?

j.   Agriculture & Food security:  How the solutions help poor and developing countries take advantage of advanced agricultural technology, innovation and knowledge systems to explore new ways of helping vulnerable rural communities?

8. Awareness of the initiative: Indicate how information on the initiative and its results has been disseminated (media, publications, lectures, web sites, etc.). Where possible, send copies of the actual articles as an annex.

9. Other information: Please include any other information that is relevant regarding the potential of the initiative to advance human development in the context of South-South cooperation.

 

Please email the Word version and all additional documents relevant to the nomination (multi-media, jpeg/eps, word, spreadsheets, graphs) to the Secretariat at email address – gssdexpo.secretariat@undp.org.

 

Criteria for Nomination

 

Nominated initiatives should have some of all of the following attributes:

 

1.     South priority/demand driven

 

2.     South ownership

 

3.     South leadership

 

4.     Broad-based partnership

 

5.     Innovation

 

6.     Efficiency

 

7.     Sustainability

 

8.     Scalability

 

The best selected solutions will receive:

 

1. An opportunity to exhibit the initiative at the Global South-South Development Expo in the FAO HEADQUARTERS IN ROME

 

2. The opportunity to interact with partners and donors interested in funding or replicating the initiative in other developing countries.

 

3. A Commemorative plaque at the Special Ceremony with World Leaders.

 

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Grand Challenges: Explorations Round 9 Funding

Grand Challenges: Explorations Round 9

The Gates Foundation supports the Grand Challenges Explorations to reward innovative ideas in global health.

 

Funding Amount: $100,000 total for 18 months   

 

Deadline: May. 15, 2012

 

Who Can Apply: The grant program is open to anyone from any discipline, from student to tenured professor, and from any organization – colleges and universities, government laboratories, research institutions, non-profit organizations (NGO) and for-profit companies.

 

The Grand Challenges: Explorations program fosters innovation in global health research in specific topics. In general, topics are chosen according to three major criteria:

 

1. The topic fits within the goals and disease priorities of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

 

2. The topic contains a roadblock where radical, new thinking is needed for the discovery of an effective health solution

 

Potential projects within the topic are likely to be well suited for the phased structure of the initiative

 

Round 9 seeks applications for the following topics:

 

1. New Approaches for the Interrogation of Anti-malarial Compounds

The goal of this topic is to support unconventional and radically new approaches, methods, and assays to analyze, characterize, and prioritize anti-malarial compounds and to glean more information required for the development of next generation malaria drugs. Researchers are encouraged to develop and apply innovative biological, chemical, computational, and systems-based approaches for the interrogation of anti-malarial compounds to maximize knowledge gained from the publicly-available anti-malarial compound set, and facilitate compound selection and development. MMV will make available to successful applicants the Malaria Box, and for those projects that demonstrate a critical need to analyze a more extensive compound set, GlaxoSmithKline will make available the 13,500 compounds that comprise the Tres Cantos Anti-Malarial Set (TCAMS). Recipients of these compound collections are required to make publicly available the results of their research.

 

2. Aid is working. Tell the World

The goal of this challenge is to solicit new approaches to communications that motivate the public in the wealthy countries of the world to change their minds about aid, and take actions to demonstrate their support. The Gates Foundation wants to find revolutionary ways to make these issues matter deeply to the global community and game-changing ideas that could revolutionize the field.

 

3. Explore New Solutions for Global Health Priority Areas

The Global Health Program aims to create and improve preventative, diagnostic, and therapeutic interventions for infectious diseases and conditions affecting maternal, neonatal, child health and nutrition. The Gates Foundation does this by identifying and filling gaps in knowledge that limit our progress on the critical path to health solutions; by creating new technology platforms that can accelerate research in support of our goals or enable products suited to resource-poor settings; and by investing in transformative ideas to help solve tough global health challenges.

 

This topic is focused on:

1.  Solutions applying to global health priority areas: malaria, HIV, tuberculosis, pneumonia, enteric disease & diarrhea, polio, maternal and neonatal health, and/or family planning;

2.     Revolutionary new technologies or improvements upon current technologies;

3.   Low-cost solutions: Interventions that are targeted for populations with individuals living on less than $1 per day, deliverable, and scalable in low- and middle-income countries;

4.    Projects with clear and testable scientific plans: Proposals must (i) have a testable hypothesis, (ii) include an associated plan for how the idea would be tested or validated, and (iii) yield interpretable and unambiguous data in Phase I, in order to be considered for Phase II funding

 

Applications utilizing one or more of the following approaches are highly encouraged.

1.   Intersections between any of the past Grand Challenges Explorations topics (e.g., nutrition for vaccine efficacy; new ways to induce mucosal immunity to protect neonates);

2.    Applying existent knowledge or technologies from developed world funding priorities towards new applications focused on our Global Health priorities;

3.     Cross-disciplinary approaches that engage technical disciplines which are less represented in the global health arena.

 

4. Design New Approaches to Optimize Immunization Systems

This topic aims to generate novel approaches to optimizing the performance of immunization logistics and supply systems in low-resource settings. Applicants are encouraged to re-examine the systems trusted with delivering vaccines and design innovative solutions to optimize the performance of these systems, both today and in the future. The Gates Foundation seeks proposals that are responsive to the topic that are daring in premise and clearly different from the approaches currently under investigation or employed. The solutions submitted to this topic must be focused on the operational aspects of immunization systems in countries, and must have the potential to be scaled up or reproduced in multiple settings. Proposed ideas must ultimately be translatable to practical interventions accessible in resource-limited settings.

 

Applications to address one or more of the following gap areas are encouraged.

1.     Vaccine Product Characteristics

2.     Supply System Design

3.     Environmental Impact

4.     Information Systems

5.     Human Resources

6.     Vaccine Acceptance

 

5. Protect Crop Plants from Biotic Stresses from Field to Market

The aim of this topic is to solicit transformative solutions to the pest and pathogen pressures faced by smallholder farmers in developing countries. Researchers and entrepreneurs are encouraged to harness the emerging information and tools in biology and engineering for the goals of agricultural development, to generate ideas that will revolutionize current approaches to crop protection by focusing on the plant, the pests, pathogens, weeds, and/or their interactions.


To be considered, proposals must closely align with the goals of the foundation's Agricultural Development team. As such, we are looking for proposals that:

1.     Offer an innovative and transformative solution to protect crop plants from biotic stresses;

2.     Substantially increase the sustainable productivity of smallholder farmers in developing countries within the next 10-20 years;

3.     Offer potential for dramatic cost reductions or increases in efficiency compared to currently available crop protection strategies;

4.     Have potential applicability to one or more of the following crops: maize, wheat, rice, millet, sorghum, cassava, sweet potatoes, yams, beans, cowpeas, chickpeas, and groundnuts;

5.     Target a specific or set of specific biotic stresses;

6.     Convey a clear and testable hypothesis.

 

To apply for it, visit to foundation website.


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USAID-Ukraine HIV-AIDS Program


USAID-Ukraine HIV-AIDS program

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in Ukraine is seeking grant proposals from NGO or for-profit nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) to assist in implementation of Improved HIV/AIDS Services among Most-at-Risk Populations (MARPs) in Ukraine. USAID plans to provide a maximum of $22,000,000 to be allocated over a five-year period. USAID intends to award a single cooperative agreement as a result of this solicitation.

Program Objectives

=> Increase the quality of HIV/AIDS services targeted to MAPRs and their sexual partners

=> improve the design of HIV/AIDS services that are data-driven and respond to changing epidemic patterns

=> Improve the delivery of state of the art HIV/AIDS services

=> Strengthen the capacity of Ukrainian Institutions to deliver quality HIV/AIDS programs

Overall Project Approach

USAID/Ukraine is supporting the Improved HIV/AIDS Services among Most-at-Risk Populations project to reduce HIV transmission among most-at-risk populations (MARPs) through state of the art HIV/AIDS services delivered by Ukrainian organizations. These services include a range of behavioral, biomedical, and structural HIV/AIDS activities, community- and facility-based services, and communications. The project will provide technical assistance to national and local Ukrainian organizations to improve MARP's access to and use of HIV/AIDS services, with a focus on HIV prevention. At the end of the program's five years, Ukrainian organizations will have measurably increased capacity to deliver comprehensive, data-driven HIV/AIDS services with the ability to adjust these programs to changing epidemic patterns. Post-project, Ukrainian organizations will be able to access state of the art technical and capacity building resources offered through strengthened in-country organizations. The Improved HIV/AIDS Services among Most-at-Risk Populations project will work with national stakeholders and other donors to ensure cohesiveness with Partnership Framework goals. This program complements and adds value to existing and forthcoming HIV/AIDS initiatives, including those supported by the Global Fund and the United States Government (USG). The program builds upon achievements and lessons learned from current HIV/AIDS interventions.

Guiding Principles

Strategies and approaches proposed by applicants must be guided by the following principles, and applicants' proposals must demonstrate how their proposed approaches contribute directly to each of these guiding principles:

1. Public Health and Human Rights Approach

2. Evidence-based, High-Volume, High-Quality, Sustainable and Cost effective services

3. Emphasized Behavioral, Biomedical, and Structural Relevance

4. Optimization of Limited Resources

5. Civil Society Potential

6. Gender

Selection Criteria

Applications will be evaluated in accordance with the following evaluation criteria:

=> Technical merits of the applications

=> Technical Approach

=> Management and Staffing

=> Institutional Capacity and Experience

=> Past Performance

=> Cost Evaluations

Last date for submitting the applications is January 11, 2012.


For more info contact to:

Svitlana Shkulova,

Sr. Acquisition and Assistance,

Phone 380444927190,

Email: sshkulova@usaid.gov


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The Health Insurance Plan in India

Health Insurance Plan in India

Health is undeniably one of the most precious assets of human beings. Unfortunately, the contemporary lifestyles and unhygienic environmental exposures have put the health of human beings at stake. Emergence of different types of medical disorders has subsequently rendered potentially harmful consequences on the health of human beings. Sometimes, to recuperate from such medical disorders, the patients have to undergo urgent medical attention at certain hospital where the patient is treated by attending doctor. Considering today's expensive medical treatments, ordinary patients with no sufficient money have problems to avail such quality and expensive treatments during medical emergency.

Thanks to medical policies that have made medical treatments bearable and affordable for the patients. If you are insured under a certain medical policy, your insurance company can bear your medical bills significantly while enabling you pay nominal amount of money from your pocket for the medical costs.

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With this importance, health plan or Mediclaim policy has become an optimal choice for the people of India today.

There are a lot of health insurance companies in India. All of them sell out respective healthcare plans at different prices to the people of India. Unquestionably, most people become a bit confused when it comes to choosing a good company to avail affordable and cost-effective health plan. Understandably, people need extensive searches using the Internet to get one of the best healthcare service providers in India in order to buy cost-effective health plans. Companies such as HDFC, ICICI Lombard, Royal Sundaram, TATA AIG, bajaj allianz health insurance and others ensure people of India to avail quality health care products at affordable price.

Generally, the health care plans of such companies entail cashless hospitalization. According to the facility, the insured patient, during the time of medical emergence is covered for medical costs for his/her hospitalization of more than 24 hours at any one of the listed network hospitals of the healthcare service provider. In other words, if the insured patient is hospitalized for more than 24 hours at any hospital that is listed in the network hospitals of insurance company, the major portions of costs of medication are born by the company rather than the patient insured. No doubt, chance of availing cashless hospitalization becomes nil if the insured patient has his/her medical treatment at other hospital that is not listed in the network hospitals of the company. In that case, the company reimburses the medical costs at a later time.

Health plans such as individual or family floater are available in India but they should be purchased from a reliable healthcare service provider. Make sure that you search more details about such company to buy cost-effective medical policy for your need.



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