Detailed Mechanism Funding and Narrative

Years of mechanism: 2008 2009

Details for Mechanism ID: 255
Country/Region: South Africa
Year: 2009
Main Partner: Management Sciences for Health
Main Partner Program: NA
Organizational Type: NGO
Funding Agency: USAID
Total Funding: $291,271

Funding for Biomedical Prevention: Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (MTCT): $0

NO FY 2009 FUNDING IS REQUESTED FOR THIS ACTIVITY:

This activity was approved in the FY 2008 COP, is funded with FY 2008 PEPFAR funds, and is included

here to provide complete information for reviewers. No FY 2009 funding is requested for this activity.

PEPFAR funds were allocated to PMTCT through the Integrated Primary Health Care Project (IPHC), a

collaborative project between the National Department of Health, the provincial Departments of Health in

the Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North West provinces and the United States

Agency for International Development (USAID) awarded in 2004 and extended until December 2010 to

Management Sciences for Health (MSH). Since this project has a ceiling which cannot be exceeded, no

further funding can be added since the contract has reached its ceiling. MSH will work with the DOH to

ensure that activities are sustainable to the maximum extent possible. The PMTCT activities of MSH will be

completed according to schedule in 2010. Therefore there is no need to continue funding this activity with

FY 2009 COP funds.

New/Continuing Activity: Continuing Activity

Continuing Activity: 13996

Continued Associated Activity Information

Activity Activity ID USG Agency Prime Partner Mechanism Mechanism ID Mechanism Planned Funds

System ID System ID

29529 29529.05 Department of University 12084 12084.05 CDC VCT $300,936

Health & Human Research

Services Corporation, LLC

29528 29528.07 U.S. Agency for To Be Determined 12082 12082.07 TACAIDS

International Communication

Development Strategy

29527 29527.07 U.S. Agency for To Be Determined 12082 12082.07 TACAIDS

International Communication

Development Strategy

29524 29524.07 U.S. Agency for To Be Determined 12081 12081.07 QED

International

Development

29522 29522.05 Department of National Institute 12077 12077.05 NIHE $240,000

Health & Human for Hygiene and

Services Epidemiology

29521 29521.08 U.S. Agency for Pan American 12119 12119.08 USAID/Haiti's $100,000

International Development Democracy and

Development Foundation Governance

Office/Psychoso

cial, Legal and

Integrated

Health

Prevention

29520 29520.08 HHS/Centers for Liverpool VCT and 12004 12004.08 Umbrella $170,000

Disease Control & Care

Prevention

13996 2952.08 U.S. Agency for Management 6681 255.08 TASC2: $194,000

International Sciences for Intergrated

Development Health Primary Health

Care Project

7557 2952.07 U.S. Agency for Management 4463 255.07 TASC2: $200,000

International Sciences for Intergrated

Development Health Primary Health

Care Project

2952 2952.06 U.S. Agency for Management 2644 255.06 TASC2: $200,000

International Sciences for Intergrated

Development Health Primary Health

Care Project

Table 3.3.01:

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

NO FY 2009 FUNDING IS REQUESTED FOR THIS ACTIVITY:

This activity was approved in the FY 2008 COP, is funded with FY 2008 PEPFAR funds, and is included

here to provide complete information for reviewers. No FY 2009 funding is requested for this activity.

PEPFAR funds were allocated to HCBC through the Integrated Primary Health Care Project (IPHC), a

collaborative project between the National Department of Health, the provincial Departments of Health in

the Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North West provinces and the United States

Agency for International Development (USAID) awarded in 2004 and extended until December 2010 to

Management Sciences for Health (MSH). Since this project has a ceiling which cannot be exceeded, no

further funding can be added since the contract has reached its ceiling. MSH will work with the DOH to

ensure that activities are sustainable to the maximum extent possible. The HCBC activities of MSH will be

completed according to schedule in 2010. Therefore there is no need to continue funding this activity with

FY 2009 COP funds.

New/Continuing Activity: Continuing Activity

Continuing Activity: 13997

Continued Associated Activity Information

Activity Activity ID USG Agency Prime Partner Mechanism Mechanism ID Mechanism Planned Funds

System ID System ID

29499 29499.06 U.S. Agency for Program for 12069 12069.06 APHIA II $400,000

International Appropriate Western

Development Technology in

Health

29498 29498.06 U.S. Agency for Pathfinder 12068 12068.06 APHIA II North $250,000

International International Eastern

Development

29497 29497.06 U.S. Agency for Engender Health 12067 12067.06 APHIA II $100,000

International Nyanza

Development

29496 29496.06 U.S. Agency for Family Health 12070 12070.06 APHIA II Rift $472,000

International International Valley

Development

29495 29495.06 U.S. Agency for Program for 12069 12069.06 APHIA II $474,000

International Appropriate Western

Development Technology in

Health

29494 29494.06 U.S. Agency for Engender Health 12067 12067.06 APHIA II $400,000

International Nyanza

Development

29493 29493.06 U.S. Agency for Family Health 12070 12070.06 APHIA II Rift $850,000

International International Valley

Development

29492 29492.08 U.S. Agency for Reproductive 12050 12050.08 RHAC $150,000

International Health Association

Development of Cambodia

29491 29491.08 U.S. Agency for Reproductive 12050 12050.08 RHAC $918,268

International Health Association

Development of Cambodia

13997 2949.08 U.S. Agency for Management 6681 255.08 TASC2: $794,250

International Sciences for Intergrated

Development Health Primary Health

Care Project

7554 2949.07 U.S. Agency for Management 4463 255.07 TASC2: $1,025,000

International Sciences for Intergrated

Development Health Primary Health

Care Project

2949 2949.06 U.S. Agency for Management 2644 255.06 TASC2: $300,000

International Sciences for Intergrated

Development Health Primary Health

Care Project

Table 3.3.08:

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

NO FY 2009 FUNDING IS REQUESTED FOR THIS ACTIVITY:

This activity was approved in the FY 2008 COP, is funded with FY 2008 PEPFAR funds, and is included

here to provide complete information for reviewers. No FY 2009 funding is requested for this activity.

PEPFAR funds were allocated to ARV treatment through the Integrated Primary Health Care Project

(IPHC), a collaborative project between the National Department of Health, the provincial Departments of

Health in the Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North West provinces and the

United States Agency for International Development (USAID) awarded in 2004 and extended until

December 2010 to Management Sciences for Health (MSH). Since this project has a ceiling which cannot

be exceeded, no further funding can be added since the contract has reached its ceiling. MSH will work with

the DOH to ensure that activities are sustainable to the maximum extent possible. The ARV treatment

technical assistance activities of MSH will be completed according to schedule in 2010. Therefore there is

no need to continue funding this activity with FY 2009 COP funds.

New/Continuing Activity: Continuing Activity

Continuing Activity: 14001

Continued Associated Activity Information

Activity Activity ID USG Agency Prime Partner Mechanism Mechanism ID Mechanism Planned Funds

System ID System ID

29489 29489.06 U.S. Agency for Family Health 12070 12070.06 APHIA II Rift $800,000

International International Valley

Development

29488 29488.06 U.S. Agency for Program for 12069 12069.06 APHIA II $546,000

International Appropriate Western

Development Technology in

Health

29487 29487.06 U.S. Agency for Pathfinder 12068 12068.06 APHIA II North $424,000

International International Eastern

Development

29486 29486.06 U.S. Agency for Family Health 12070 12070.06 APHIA II Rift $300,000

International International Valley

Development

29485 29485.06 U.S. Agency for Program for 12069 12069.06 APHIA II $200,000

International Appropriate Western

Development Technology in

Health

29484 29484.06 U.S. Agency for Pathfinder 12068 12068.06 APHIA II North $200,000

International International Eastern

Development

29483 29483.06 U.S. Agency for Engender Health 12067 12067.06 APHIA II $200,000

International Nyanza

Development

14001 2948.08 U.S. Agency for Management 6681 255.08 TASC2: $588,000

International Sciences for Intergrated

Development Health Primary Health

Care Project

7553 2948.07 U.S. Agency for Management 4463 255.07 TASC2: $400,000

International Sciences for Intergrated

Development Health Primary Health

Care Project

2948 2948.06 U.S. Agency for Management 2644 255.06 TASC2: $400,000

International Sciences for Intergrated

Development Health Primary Health

Care Project

Table 3.3.09:

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

NO FY 2009 FUNDING IS REQUESTED FOR THIS ACTIVITY:

This activity was approved in the FY 2008 COP, is funded with FY 2008 PEPFAR funds, and is included

here to provide complete information for reviewers. No FY 2009 funding is requested for this activity.

PEPFAR funds were allocated to TB/HIV through the Integrated Primary Health Care Project (IPHC), a

collaborative project between the National Department of Health, the provincial Departments of Health in

the Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North West provinces and the United States

Agency for International Development (USAID) awarded in 2004 and extended until December 2010 to

Management Sciences for Health (MSH). Since this project has a ceiling which cannot be exceeded, no

further funding can be added since the contract has reached its ceiling. MSH will work with the DOH to

ensure that activities are sustainable to the maximum extent possible. The TB/HIV activities of MSH will be

completed according to schedule in 2010. Therefore there is no need to continue funding this activity with

FY 2009 COP funds.

New/Continuing Activity: Continuing Activity

Continuing Activity: 16858

Continued Associated Activity Information

Activity Activity ID USG Agency Prime Partner Mechanism Mechanism ID Mechanism Planned Funds

System ID System ID

16858 7666.08 U.S. Agency for Management 6681 255.08 TASC2: $533,500

International Sciences for Intergrated

Development Health Primary Health

Care Project

7666 7666.07 U.S. Agency for Management 4463 255.07 TASC2: $550,000

International Sciences for Intergrated

Development Health Primary Health

Care Project

Table 3.3.12:

Funding for Care: Orphans and Vulnerable Children (HKID): $291,271

ACTIVITY HAS BEEN MODIFIED IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS:

ACTIVITY 1: Community Mobilization and Participation

Handing over (partnering with Department of Social Development): To ensure sustainability, the Integrated

Primary Health Care Project (IPHC) shall collaborate with key stakeholders, mostly Department of Health

(DOH), Department of Social Development (DOSD) and Child Care Forums (CCFs), to provide field

technical support that includes on-site training and mentoring of Community-based Organizations (CBOs).

The stakeholders shall be mentored in use of the revised data collection and reporting tools e.g. OVC

register of services provided, child in-take form, monthly and quarterly data reports and targets. This is in

anticipation of their taking over the responsibility of on-site mentoring of CBOs to sustain project activities in

the long term.

IPHC shall also expand the role of its five provincial coordinators to include supervisory responsibilities to

the 23 CBOs implementing the OVC program. This shall strengthen IPHC project support to Caregivers and

help build sustainability.

Inclusion of disabled children: IPHC shall provide technical support to CBOs to identify marginalized groups

in the community e.g. disabled children under fives, child-headed and youth-headed households,

adolescent OVC. Currently some CBOs like Pholo Modi wa Sechaba in North West province are working

with disabled children but need guidance on identification and documenting them. To facilitate this IPHC

shall revise the data collection and reporting tools to include categories on disabled children. This shall

ensure that the OVC data tools are sensitive to the needs of marginalized OVC groups.

Palliative care: IPHC shall also link the CBOs to palliative caregivers to enhance support to all groups of

OVC, including the disabled, to ensure sustainable support.

ACTIVITY 2: Capacity Building/Technical Support

Fundraising: IPHC will build the capacity of CBOs through training, expanding networks and partnerships to

identify opportunities for fund raising. This will enable organizations to effectively and efficiently implement

integrated programs that are responsive to the needs of OVC at local level in a sustainable manner.

IPHC shall develop a fundraising strategy to assist CBOs raise funds to sustain their activities in support of

OVC. This shall be done through identification of local private or business, and government and civil society

organizations and engaging them. A draft fundraising plan has already been developed and some CBOs

have already started fundraising initiatives. The CBOs shall first be involved in the Management and

Organizational Sustainability Tool (MOST) training exercise to assess their current strengths and

weaknesses.

Child Status Index: To improve on quality of care to OVC, IPHC shall introduce the Child Status Index (CSI),

a tool that measures the quality and type of service provided to a child. IPHC is part of a country team

working with DOSD, Save the Children UK, University Research Council (URC) and Pact to develop and

pilot minimum standards tools for measuring the quality of service provided to OVC. A draft tool has already

been developed.

Electronic OVC database: IPHC shall setup an electronic OVC database through technical support from

partner NGOs and collaboration with the DOSD. IPHC shall assist CBOs to setup the same electronic

database at project sites once it has been piloted and approved.

Depression and psychotherapy: To meet the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs of the child,

IPHC shall prioritize training of Caregivers in child care and management, particularly focusing on

psychosocial support and child participation. The main areas of focus in psychosocial care training shall be

children's rights, succession planning (wills, memory boxes and memory books), stigma and discrimination,

counselling, including bereavement counselling and play therapy, access to social grants and involvement

of religious organizations in child care. The model of psychosocial care and support shall be through Child

Care Forums (CCFs), Child Drop-In Centres, support to households including child-headed households and

counselling and debriefing of caregivers to prevent burnout.

Caregiver retention strategy: To address the challenge of high attrition rates of Caregivers from the CBOs

IPHC project shall offer incentives like training opportunities and skills development in income generating

activities. Monitoring tools to track the number of Caregivers and type of training offered shall be introduced.

A major strategy to be adopted is the recruitment of men to improve male participation in CBOs, especially

as Caregivers. This shall help reduce the number of children per Caregiver/Volunteer and subsequently

improve the quality of care. Assertiveness training in CBOs shall be introduced to reduce vulnerability of the

orphaned girl child. The project shall facilitate this training and encourage CBOs to replicate the training

among other CBOs.

ACTIVITY 3: Coordinated OVC Care

Child care committees: IPHC shall assist CBOs to identify key stakeholders like DOH, DOSD, and CCFs in

the local catchment areas to act as child care coordination committees. These committees shall be

replicated at district and provincial levels. CBOs shall be assisted to identify or set up CCFs in the local

catchment areas. Some of the CBOs have already established links with CCFs in their local communities.

Inclusion of OVC in IDPs: IPHC-supported CBOs will advocate for the inclusion of OVC care and support

service into the Local Government's Integrated Development Plans (IDPs). The 23 NGO sub-partners will

be linked to the child survival activities through the Integrated Management of Childhood Infections (IMCI)

portion of the IPHC project implemented in conjunction with the Department of Health and other partners.

IPHC will ensure that OVC continue to be fully immunized through referrals by the 23 NGOs to nearby

Activity Narrative: clinics. The NGOs will also be encouraged to continue to monitor the weight of children, especially in the

light of HIV/AIDS, to enable early detection of children failing to thrive. Access to ARVs will continue to be

improved through facilitation of referrals of OVC to nearby health facilities that offer these services. In FY

2008 all 23 CBOs have reported successful referrals of OVC for ARV treatment.

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SUMMARY:

Management Sciences for Health, Integrated Primary Health Care Project (IPHC), in collaboration with the

National Department of Health (NDOH), will continue to support the expansion of the orphans and

vulnerable children (OVC) program in 5 provinces of South Africa (Eastern Cape, Mpumalanga, KwaZulu-

Natal, Limpopo and North West).

The OVC activities supported aim to strengthen communities to meet the needs of OVC and their families;

supporting community-based responses, helping children and adolescents to meet their own needs and

creating a supportive social environment. The activities under this program specifically aim to assist OVC

with access to education, economic support, provision of food and or nutrition, legal assistance, healthcare,

psychological support and protection from abuse. The target populations for the activity are OVC and their

caregivers and people living with HIV. The major emphasis areas are in local organization capacity and

wrap around activities with child survival interventions that link the IPHC partner organizations to their

nearest clinics.

In FY 2007, IPHC increased the number of partner NGOs from 7 to 23 and they now include the following:

-Eastern Cape Province: Inkwanca Home-based Care, Ikhwezi Lomso Child & Family Welfare Society,

House of Hope Hospice, Ncedisizwe Home-based Care, Bonukhanyo Youth Organization.

-KwaZulu-Natal Province: Khanyiselani Development Trust/National Peace Accord, Sibambisene

Organization, Inkosinathi HIV/AIDS Project, Masakhane Women's Organization,

-Limpopo Province: Makotse Women's Club, Direlang Project, Makhuduthamaga Community Home-based

Care Organization, Lafata Home-based Care, Mohlarekoma Home-based Care,

-Mpumalanga Province: Zimeleni Home-based Care, Thuthukani Home-based Care, Sizanani Home-based

Care, Luncedo Lwesizwe Home-based Care,

-North West Province: Thibela Bolwetse Project, Botho Jwa Rona Home-based Care, Pholo Modi Wa

Sechaba Home-based Care, Winterveldt HIV/ AIDS Project, Progressive AIDS Project.

BACKGROUND:

This activity is on-going and continuing from activities initiated in FY 2006 and FY 2007. IPHC will be

working with NGOs and Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) that are implementing activities aimed at

improving the lives of OVC. All NGO/CBO activities are integrated into the plans of the Departments of

Health and Social Development. With FY 2008 PEPFAR funding, the IPHC will also establish and

strengthen the referral system between the NGOs and CBOs and, local municipality and health facilities to

increase access to health services e.g. provision of childhood immunization, pediatric HIV testing, clinical

monitoring and management of ARV therapy when necessary. IPHC has a wrap around child survival

activity at the health facilities surrounding these OVC organizations and will work to actively encourage and

support referrals between the CBOs and the health facility. IPHC and its sub-partners will strengthen

collaboration between the South African Police Services and Child Protection Units to report cases of abuse

and rape especially in child-headed households. IPHC will engage traditional leaders to raise awareness

and address the abuse of girl children in their communities.

ACTIVITIES AND EXPECTED RESULTS:

ACTIVITY 1: Community Mobilization and Participation

Using FY 2007 funds, IPHC managed to increase the number of NGOs providing care and support to OVC

from seven (7) to twenty-three (23) in the 5 provinces. As a result the number of OVC served surpassed the

set target of 10,000 for FY 2007. In FY 2008 the aim is to continue to increase the number of caregivers,

expand the services provided and increase the number of OVC that receive support. To achieve this IPHC

will build the capacity of NGOs and CBOs through training, expanding networks and partnerships, and

identifying opportunities for fund raising. This will enable organizations to effectively and efficiently

implement integrated programs that are responsive to the needs of OVC at local level.

IPHC will also increase the number of caregivers trained in psychosocial aspects of working with OVC,

including understanding their developmental needs and support requirements of children. IPHC will also

assist with the identification of accredited service providers to provide training to the NGOs on technical

aspects related to OVC care. Examples of such training include financial and project management, data

management and reporting, financial proposal development and fundraising. IPHC will work with the NGOs

that have crches and drop-in centers and raise their knowledge in relation to children's needs and rights, in

line with the guidelines of the Department of Social Development on early childhood development. The

trainings shall be at local district level in the five provinces.

It is expected that a total of 15,000 OVC shall be reached by end of FY 2008.This will be done through

specific training that will be conducted on child rights, child participation and memory work' with children.

ACTIVITY 2: Capacity Building/Technical Support

With FY 2008 PEPFAR funding, IPHC will provide technical support to NGOs and CBOs to enable them to

provide a comprehensive package of care and support to OVC. The package includes support to OVC to

obtain birth certificates and identification documents; access social security grants; psychosocial support

that includes trauma, bereavement and basic counseling; emotional and spiritual support; counseling and

debriefing of caregivers to prevent burnout; referral to clinics and hospital for pediatric ARV treatment and

adherence; immunization; age appropriate messages on prevention of HIV infection; support for child-

Activity Narrative: headed households and protection interventions to prevent sexual abuse, rape, land grabs and provide

security of inheritance; access to life skills education; access to legal aid to prevent social neglect.

In FY 2008, IPHC will directly provide mentoring and technical support to NGOs in the areas of

administration, financial management and reporting, data collection, monitoring, evaluation and report

writing. A simple accounting and financial package, that is user friendly, will be provided to all NGOs trained

so that they can apply it in their financial reporting. The newly designed data collection and reporting forms,

registers and child in-take forms will be used in group trainings to build the skills of NGOs in data reporting.

All 23 NGOs shall be supported to develop a monitoring and evaluation system that has activity plans,

targets, simple indicators, outputs and outcomes and time-frames. This will be done through short-term one

week training sessions that will be followed up with on-site field visits by the technical advisor and provincial

coordinators.

ACTIVITY 3: Linkages and Networks

IPHC will facilitate partnerships between the 23 NGOs and other local organizations working with OVC in

order to encourage shared knowledge and learning. IPHC will also ensure that NGOs participate in the local

coordinating structures such as District AIDS Councils (DACs) to facilitate access to resources for OVC.

IPHC will also form Child Care Forums to ensure that OVC receive appropriate services and encourage

community protection of OVC. IPHC supported NGOs will also advocate for the inclusion of OVC care and

support service into the Local Government's Integrated Development Plans (IDPs). The 23 NGO sub-

partners will be linked to the child survival activities through the Integrated Management of Childhood

Infections (IMCI) portion of the IPHC implemented in conjunction with the Department of Health and other

partners. IPHC will ensure that OVC continue to be fully immunized through referrals by the 23 NGOs to

nearby clinics. The NGOs will also be encouraged to monitor the weight of children, especially in the light of

HIV/AIDS, to enable early detection of children failing to thrive. Access to ARVs will be improved through

facilitation of referrals of OVC to nearby health facilities that offer these services.

New/Continuing Activity: Continuing Activity

Continuing Activity: 13999

Continued Associated Activity Information

Activity Activity ID USG Agency Prime Partner Mechanism Mechanism ID Mechanism Planned Funds

System ID System ID

29508 29508.08 U.S. Agency for University of North 6563 1213.08 $1,600,000

International Carolina at Chapel

Development Hill, Carolina

Population Center

29507 29507.08 U.S. Agency for Engender Health 6514 5096.08 $414,774

International

Development

29506 29506.08 U.S. Agency for Engender Health 6514 5096.08 $2,860,000

International

Development

29505 29505.06 U.S. Agency for Family Health 12070 12070.06 APHIA II Rift $1,500,000

International International Valley

Development

29503 29503.08 U.S. Agency for Catholic Relief 6505 5027.08 $30,000

International Services

Development

29502 29502.06 U.S. Agency for Program for 12069 12069.06 APHIA II $900,000

International Appropriate Western

Development Technology in

Health

29501 29501.06 U.S. Agency for Pathfinder 12068 12068.06 APHIA II North $220,000

International International Eastern

Development

29500 29500.06 U.S. Agency for Family Health 12070 12070.06 APHIA II Rift $296,000

International International Valley

Development

13999 2950.08 U.S. Agency for Management 6681 255.08 TASC2: $400,000

International Sciences for Intergrated

Development Health Primary Health

Care Project

7555 2950.07 U.S. Agency for Management 4463 255.07 TASC2: $400,000

International Sciences for Intergrated

Development Health Primary Health

Care Project

2950 2950.06 U.S. Agency for Management 2644 255.06 TASC2: $225,000

International Sciences for Intergrated

Development Health Primary Health

Care Project

Emphasis Areas

Health-related Wraparound Programs

* Child Survival Activities

Human Capacity Development

Public Health Evaluation

Food and Nutrition: Policy, Tools, and Service Delivery

Food and Nutrition: Commodities

Estimated amount of funding that is planned for Food and Nutrition: Commodities $15,000

Economic Strengthening

Estimated amount of funding that is planned for Economic Strengthening $10,000

Education

Water

Table 3.3.13:

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

NO FY 2009 FUNDING IS REQUESTED FOR THIS ACTIVITY:

This activity was approved in the FY 2008 COP, is funded with FY 2008 PEPFAR funds, and is included

here to provide complete information for reviewers. No FY 2009 funding is requested for this activity.

PEPFAR funds were allocated to VCT through the Integrated Primary Health Care Project (IPHC), a

collaborative project between the National Department of Health, the provincial Departments of Health in

the Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North West provinces and the United States

Agency for International Development (USAID) awarded in 2004 and extended until December 2010 to

Management Sciences for Health (MSH). Since this project has a ceiling which cannot be exceeded, no

further funding can be added since the contract has reached its ceiling. MSH will work with the DOH to

ensure that activities are sustainable to the maximum extent possible. The VCT activities of MSH will be

completed according to schedule in 2010. Therefore there is no need to continue funding this activity with

FY 2009 COP funds.

New/Continuing Activity: New Activity

Continuing Activity:

Table 3.3.14:

Subpartners Total: $333,339
Ikhwezi Lomso Child and Family Welfare: $14,493
Inkwanca HBC: $14,493
Thibela Bolwetse: $14,493
Winterveldt HIV And AIDS Project: $14,493
Mohlarekoma Home Based Care: $14,493
Sizanani Home-Based Care: $14,493
Sibambiseni: $14,493
Makuduthamakaga Home Based Care Umbrella Organisation: $14,493
Lafata HomeBased Care: $14,493
Bonukhanyo Youth Organisation: $14,493
Ncedisizwe: $14,493
Direlang Health Project: $14,493
Botho Jwa Rona: $14,493
Mohlarekoma Home Based Care: $14,493
Luncedo Lwesive: $14,493
Pholo Modi Wa Sechaba HBC: $14,493
Masakhane Women's Org: $14,493
Khanyiselani Development Trust: $14,493
Inkosinathi: $14,493
Thuthukani Home-Based Care: $14,493
House of Hope Trust: $14,493
Zimeleni HBC: $14,493
Progressive AIDS Project: $14,493
Cross Cutting Budget Categories and Known Amounts Total: $25,000
Food and Nutrition: Commodities $15,000
Economic Strengthening $10,000