Working closely with US Department of Defense, US Unified Combatant Commanders, Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), university collaborators, and other non-governmental organizations, DHAPP assists countries in establishing HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment programs in strengthening their capabilities to combat HIV. DHAPP provides technical assistance, management, and administrative support to the HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment for foreign militaries through support to implementing partners. In addition, DHAPP provides HIV program execution and monitors outcomes with staff that include country specific active duty military, civil service, and contractor personnel.
DHAPP is seeking partners to implement HIV prevention, care and treatment programs across the globe. A customized plan is needed to assist militaries as the implement HIV/AIDS programs capable of reaching shared goals for HIV epidemic control.
Applicants should be aware of the country specific military’s HIV control activities and propose a plan that builds on the country specific military’s activities without duplicating efforts, creating parallel systems or conflicting activities. All respondents must demonstrate the active support of the in-country military and the DoD representative in the corresponding U.S. Embassy in the planning and submission of their proposals.
Continually accepting applications until 18 September 2027