Posted on 21 December 2007. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Some clarifications have been added to the post regarding a possible funding opportunity from USAID. You may consult this post at:

Apologies for the inconvenience, to those of you who had already looked at the original version of that post.

The best source of information and detail, however, would be the USAID Mission office that is most relevant to you and your country. The above post links to a Mission directory that you can consult to figure out which office to contact. Or, if you already have an on-going relationship with a USAID mission office, you should communicate with your regular contacts there. If you are new to USAID, then it may be helpful to try working with an NGO that has received USAID funding in the past for assistance, contacts, or a possible partnership.

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This to introduce to you the Coalition for Health Promotion and Social Development (HEPS-Uganda), a Health Rights organization that advocates for more access to affordable essential medicines for the poor and vulnerable people in Uganda; through increased public and community participation at different levels of decision making in medicine policy formulation, implementation (procurement and supply chain) and rational use.

Apparently, HEPS has pending planned activitities on HIV/AIDS focusing on promoting commnuinity participation in prevention of mother to child HIV transmition

I therefore wish to inquire from your office if there could be any possibility of accessing funding for our programme.

I will be very glad to hear from you.


Paul Akankwasa

Community Outreach Officer

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