Detailed Mechanism Funding and Narrative

Details for Mechanism ID: 4460
Country/Region: South Africa
Year: 2007
Main Partner: Right to Care
Main Partner Program: NA
Organizational Type: NGO
Funding Agency: USAID
Total Funding: $0

Funding for Care: Adult Care and Support (HBHC): $0

This activity was approved in the FY 2006 COP, is funded with FY 2006 PEPFAR funds, and is included here to provide complete information for reviewers. No FY 2007 funding is requested for this activity.

PEPFAR funds allocated to CT ($2,200,000) are for Right to Care (RTC) to strengthen the capacity of health care providers to deliver Care and Support services to HIV-positive individuals, and to improve the overall quality of clinical and community-based health care services in three provinces. This activity will be competed in an Annual Program Statement (APS) for FY 2007 funding, as the activity has grown in scope and funding level that warrants competition, therefore there is no need to continue funding this activity with FY 2007 COP funds.

Funding for Care: TB/HIV (HVTB): $0

This activity was approved in the FY 2006 COP, is funded with FY 2006 PEPFAR funds, and is included here to provide complete information for reviewers. No FY 2007 funding is requested for this activity.

PEPFAR funds allocated to TB/HIV ($350,000) are for Right to Care (RTC) to strengthen the capacity of health care providers to deliver TB/HIV services, to identify TB and HIV co-infected individuals, and to improve the overall quality of clinical and community-based health care services. This activity will be competed in an Annual Program Statement (APS) for FY 2007 funding, as the activity has grown in scope and funding level that warrants competition, therefore there is no need to continue funding this activity with FY 2007 COP funds.

Funding for Prevention: HIV Testing and Counseling (HVCT): $0

This activity was approved in the FY 2006 COP, is funded with FY 2006 PEPFAR funds, and is included here to provide complete information for reviewers. No FY 2007 funding is requested for this activity.

PEPFAR funds allocated to CT ($1,100,000) are for Right to Care (RTC) to identify HIV-infected individuals by capacitating the treatment sites and through direct community-based access to CT in three provinces. CT is used as a prevention mechanism to promote abstinence, be faithful and condoms, as well as an entry-point into care support and ARV treatment. This activity will be competed in an Annual Program Statement (APS) for FY 2007 funding, as the activity has grown in scope and funding level that warrants competition, therefore there is no need to continue funding this activity with FY 2007 COP funds.

Funding for Treatment: ARV Drugs (HTXD): $0

This activity was approved in the FY 2006 COP, is funded with FY 2006 PEPFAR funds, and is included here to provide complete information for reviewers. No FY 2007 funding is requested for this activity.

PEPFAR funds allocated to ARV Drugs ($5,321,000) are for Right to Care (RTC) to procure and distribute ARV drugs to partner ARV treatment sites and programs in all nine provinces in order to expand ARV treatment for eligible HIV-positive individuals. Funding for ARV drugs is used in NGO/FBO and remote treatment sites. RTC refers HIV-positive individuals identified through CT and Care and Support services, when indicated, into ARV Treatment services. This activity will be competed in an Annual Program Statement (APS) for FY 2007 funding, as the activity has grown in scope and funding level that warrants competition, therefore there is no need to continue funding this activity with FY 2007 COP funds.

Funding for Treatment: Adult Treatment (HTXS): $0

This activity was approved in the FY 2006 COP, is funded with FY 2006 PEPFAR funds, and is included here to provide complete information for reviewers. No FY 2007 funding is requested for this activity.

PEPFAR funds allocated to ARV Services ($6,029,000) are for Right to Care (RTC) to strengthen the capacity of health care providers to deliver ARV Treatment services to eligible HIV-positive individuals in three provinces. Emphasis is placed on increasing the number of HIV-positive children and pregnant women on ARVs. This activity will be competed in an Annual Program Statement (APS) for FY 2007 funding, as the activity has grown in scope and funding level that warrants competition, therefore there is no need to continue funding this activity with FY 2007 COP funds.