Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Public Health Surveillance of Recent HIV Infection and Response under the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, on behalf of the Center for Global Health and under the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, invites applications for its call for surveillance and response to recent HIV transmission among persons newly diagnosed with HIV infection using point-of-care recency tests.

This aims to support participating countries in establishing recent HIV infection surveillance programmes to detect recent infections, monitor trends in the epidemic, identify hot spots associated with recent HIV transmission and inform programmatic interventions to reach epidemic control.


Up to four grants are expected to be awarded, with the average grant amount being USD $5M (approx. AUD $6.61M) and the maximum amount being USD $20M (approx. AUD $26.44M)


Applicants should consist of multi-disciplinary teams with expertise in surveillance, laboratory, prevention, HIV testing services, health informatics, data management, data analytics, and supply chain.

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