USAID/Lesotho Bophelo Bo Botle (Good Health) Activity

Active
No
Status
Forecasted
Estimated Close Date
March 15th, 2024
Expected No. Awards
1
Opportunity No.
720674RFA00006

Agency

South Africa USAID-Pretoria (USAID-SAF)

Eligible Applicants

Others

Funding Category

Health

Funding Instrument

Grant

Opportunity Category

Other

Cost Sharing or Matching Requirement

Yes

Summary

The USAID/Lesotho Bophelo Bo Botle (Good Health) Activity is a forecasted grant opportunity by the South Africa USAID-Pretoria. This grant aims to support the Government of Lesotho in improving health outcomes through the delivery of high-quality integrated people-centered prevention, care, and treatment services. The focus districts for this activity are Maseru, Thaba Tseka, Mafeteng, and Mohale's Hoek. The strategic priorities of this grant include optimizing clinical service delivery, health systems strengthening support, and sustaining local capacity. The target populations for this grant are children, adolescents, youth, adults, pregnant and breastfeeding women, key populations, and communities in the Bophelo Bo Botle focus districts. The grant is expected to have one award and the applications are due on March 15, 2024 at 15:00 Pretoria time. For more information, you can contact Audrey Sathekge at asathekge@usaid.gov.

Description

ACTIVITY NAME: USAID/LESOTHO BOPHELO BO BOTLE ACTIVITY (MEANS “GOOD HEALTH”)1. IntroductionThe Bophelo Bo Botle activity is intended to support the Government of Lesotho (GOL) to improve health outcomes through the delivery high-quality integrated people-centered prevention, care and treatment services that will sustain HIV and TB epidemic control and reduce morbidity & mortality from preventable communicable & non-communicable diseases, including emerging public health threats in the districts of Maseru, Thaba Tseka, Mafeteng, and Mohale's Hoek. Bophelo Bo Botle activity is aligned to the USAID/Southern Africa Regional Development Strategy, the PEPFAR 5X3 strategic framework for ending AIDS by 2030, and the new GOL National Health Sector Strategic Plans. Inter-partner coordination with existing PEPFAR above-site implementing partners, other donor-funded programs, local faith and community-based organizations, and other local stakeholder is critical for program success.This activity will focus on three main overarching strategic priorities:a. Optimizing Clinical Service Delivery to improve access, quality, and utilization of integrated health services at the facility and community levels using a primary health care approach.b. Health systems strengthening support at district, facility, and community levels.c. Sustaining Local Capacity: Technical Assistance to enhance local capacity, ownership and governance frameworks that sustain enabling policy environments, transparency, accountability, and resource mobilization.Target populations are children, adolescents, youth, adults, pregnant and breastfeeding women, key populations, and communities in the Bophelo Bo Botle focus districts. Secondary target populations are health service providers at facility & community levels, private sector, faith- & community-based organizations, and policy makers at national and sub-national levels.

Contact Information

PrimaryAudrey Sathekge Grantor
0027764310974
asathekge@usaid.gov
Attachments
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Opportunity Lifecycle

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