Detailed Mechanism Funding and Narrative

Years of mechanism: 2008 2009

Details for Mechanism ID: 3933
Country/Region: Zimbabwe
Year: 2008
Main Partner: U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Main Partner Program: NA
Organizational Type: Own Agency
Funding Agency: HHS/CDC
Total Funding: $1,942,000

Funding for Biomedical Prevention: Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (MTCT): $50,000

Not required

Funding for Sexual Prevention: Abstinence/Be Faithful (HVAB): $280,000

Not required

Funding for Sexual Prevention: Other Sexual Prevention (HVOP): $94,000

Not required

Funding for Care: Adult Care and Support (HBHC): $103,000

Not required

Funding for Prevention: HIV Testing and Counseling (HVCT): $120,000

Not required

Funding for Treatment: Adult Treatment (HTXS): $170,000

Not required

Funding for Laboratory Infrastructure (HLAB): $160,000

Not required

Funding for Strategic Information (HVSI): $330,000

Not required

Funding for Health Systems Strengthening (OHSS): $335,000

Not required

Funding for Management and Operations (HVMS): $300,000

CDC Zimbabwe office comprises a staff of 17 technical and 21 administrative staff, in addition to the

Director (vacant through FY07, to be filled in FY08) and Deputy Director. There are 4 U.S. direct hires

(Director, Deputy Director, Chief for Strategic and Health Information Systems and Surveillance Officer); 4

consultants (to support the following areas: laboratory science, Zimbabwe National M&E, behavior change,

and ART evaluation); and 30 Locally Engaged Staff. CDC's LES include -- 13 technical advisors focused in

the following areas: 2 in BC, 1 in PMTCT, 1 in national surveillance, 1 in training, 1 in care and treatment, 2

in grants management, 1 in BC for workplace, 3 in IT systems, and 1 in laboratory. Administrative FSN staff

include 2 financial and budget staff, 1 procurement specialist, 5 drivers, 2 custodians, 1 office manager, 1

administrative management assistant, and 5 program administrative assistants who support the technical

staff in supplying technical assistance to the cooperative agreement partners. Current technical expertise

covers ARV and OI management, pediatrics, PMTCT, behavior change, laboratory development,

informatics, surveillance, monitoring and evaluation, training systems, organizational capacity building, and

workplace programs. All CDC-Zimbabwe staff spend at least 90% of their time on Emergency Plan

activities.

Cross Cutting Budget Categories and Known Amounts Total: $0
Food and Nutrition: Commodities $0