PEPFAR's annual planning process is done either at the country (COP) or regional level (ROP).
PEPFAR's programs are implemented through implementing partners who apply for funding based on PEPFAR's published Requests for Applications.
Since 2010, PEPFAR COPs have grouped implementing partners according to an organizational type. We have retroactively applied these classifications to earlier years in the database as well.
Also called "Strategic Areas", these are general areas of HIV programming. Each program area has several corresponding budget codes.
Specific areas of HIV programming. Budget Codes are the lowest level of spending data available.
Expenditure Program Areas track general areas of PEPFAR expenditure.
Expenditure Sub-Program Areas track more specific PEPFAR expenditures.
Object classes provide highly specific ways that implementing partners are spending PEPFAR funds on programming.
Cross-cutting attributions are areas of PEPFAR programming that contribute across several program areas. They contain limited indicative information related to aspects such as human resources, health infrastructure, or key populations programming. However, they represent only a small proportion of the total funds that PEPFAR allocates through the COP process. Additionally, they have changed significantly over the years. As such, analysis and interpretation of these data should be approached carefully. Learn more
Beneficiary Expenditure data identify how PEPFAR programming is targeted at reaching different populations.
Sub-Beneficiary Expenditure data highlight more specific populations targeted for HIV prevention and treatment interventions.
PEPFAR sets targets using the Monitoring, Evaluation, and Reporting (MER) System - documentation for which can be found on PEPFAR's website at https://www.pepfar.gov/reports/guidance/. As with most data on this website, the targets here have been extracted from the COP documents. Targets are for the fiscal year following each COP year, such that selecting 2016 will access targets for FY2017. This feature is currently experimental and should be used for exploratory purposes only at present.
Years of mechanism: 2007
Reprogramming August08: Funding decrease by$542,597.
Continuing activity under COP08.
EGPAF will move towards a district level approach in support of a scaleable PMTCT model, a technical
approach that accounts for the doubling of sites in this activity. More attention is focused on significant
expansion within the districts where EGPAF provides support, including support to the District Health Officer
and the Provincial Health Director to achieve and manage this expansion of PMTCT services, than
expansion into districts where EGPAF is currently not active.
EGPAF will also support pre-service training costs for 35 nurses in Nampula province, human resources
being a key strategy in scaling up the PMTCT program. The program will continue to foster linkages with
the Child at Risk Consult (CCR) as well as treatment services. The referral system between PMTCT,
treatment services, and the CCR will be the first line of approach, which has broad Governmental support.
However, the program will also explore manners to reinforce testing and treatment linkages with vaccination
campaigns, well baby visits, and weighing stations.
Using COP 07 plus up funds, PSI will map existing PEPFAR and non-PEPFAR partner interventions in
PMTCT and overlay this map with mosquito net distribution data from the President's Malaria Initiative (PMI)
and other donors and partners (Malaria Consortium, Government of Japan, the Global Fund, etc). The
assessment will be a gaps analysis of where present activities under PEPFAR, PMI, and other partners are
taking place and where, geographically and programmatically speaking, more concerted and coordinated
action is needed by the consortia of actors. PEPFAR and PMI will leverage each others' resources with
PMI providing the vast amount of LLINs for distribution to pregnant and lactating mothers. However,
PEPFAR, through PSI, will provide a buffer stock of LLIN for PMTCT partners to ensure that all pregnant
women receive a mosquito net. Finally, PMTCT partners will be crucial partners to PMI for the routine
integration of at least two doses (of the recommended three) of SP.
The program will also partner with WFP to support the nutritional needs of the most vulnerable PMTCT
clients through provision of short-term emergency food support. Please refer to the activity sheet for WFP
for funding levels and targets.
The FY2007 narrative below has not been updated.
Plus-Up Change: EGPAF will start PMTCT services in an additional 9 sites, making essential services for
the prevention of pediatric AIDS available in more remote settings. In Cabo Delgado and Nampula this
implies expansion into additional districts where currently no PMTCT services are available. In Gaza and
Maputo, EGPAF will move into additional peripheral sites to ensure increased coverage of PMTCT services
in these high prevalence provinces. In these new sites, EGPAF will reach an additional 4,800 women with
HIV testing services during pregnancy and aims to provide ARV prophylaxis to an additional 360 HIV
Support will include basic and on the job training in PMTCT and counseling and testing, formative
supervision and technical support to clinical services as well as psychosocial services for identified HIV
positive women, including support to the establishment of support groups. Throughout the program, greater
emphasis will be placed on primary prevention among women testing HIV-negative. EGPAF will also work
to increase rates of exclusive breastfeeding, as a strategy to reduce pediatric infections but also improve
the health off all children in these settings with high rates of malnutrition and infant mortality. Finally,
EGPAF will hire a PMTCT technical advisor for the province of Cabo Delgado to assist the DPS in
improving the quality and quantity of PMTCT services within the province, especially in sites that receive no
direct NGO support. EGPAF will support the provincial PMTCT advisor with funds to assist in supervisory
visits, petrol, and communications. FY06 program goals for EGPAF/Mozambique focused on 1) support to
the Mozambique National PMTCT program 2) use of PMTCT to identify HIV infected individuals, and to link
to care and treatment services for families; and 3) strengthening of MCH services, especially capacity
building at the Provincial and District level health care system. During 2006 PMTCT services were
supported in 18 sites, including three referral maternities.
As of June 2006 the Foundation's PMTCT program has provided 23,830 women with HIV counseling and
testing, identified 3,136 as HIV positive, provided 1,533 HIV positive pregnant women with ARV prophylaxis
and 1,608 HIV exposed infants with ARV prophylaxis. In 8 of the supported sites, treatment programs were
established with support from the Foundation (USG/CDC funds), increasing access to ARV treatment for
pregnant women in need of treatment and HIV infected infants and children. For FY2007, EGPAF is
requesting funds from USAID for the continuation and expansion of PMTCT services as well as funds from
CDC to continue to provide antiretroviral treatment (ART) with a family focused approach and to expand to
additional sites. This expansion of ART programs include the planned new PMTCT sites so that
comprehensive PMTCT programs will also provide access for ARV treatment for pregnant women and
mothers who need this for their own health. The presence of an ART program in these sites will also
facilitate the provision of more complex and effective prophylactic regimens.
The Foundation's plans in FY07 are to continue providing comprehensive PMTCT services in existing sites
with a focus on improving quality of services and increasing coverage by supporting the DDS to expand into
peripheral sites within district programs. In addition, during the next year the Foundation plans to expand
into Moamba District in Maputo Province and Nametil District in Nampula province and add four sites in
Cabo Delgado. Technical assistance and support will focus on improving monitoring and evaluation
systems and moving to provide routine counseling and testing in both the antenatal care and labor and
delivery settings in all sites.
The Foundation's PMTCT program will continue to provide a comprehensive package of care and will work
to accelerate implementation of key services including the provision of more complex prophylactic regimens
for HIV positive women with CD4 counts over 350, integration of family planning, malaria prophylaxis and
TB screening services and further emphasis on improving HIV positive eligible women's access to ART.
Improving health work skills in staging and screening patients will help decrease loss to follow-up.
Follow up of mother and infant pairs will also receive increased attention. The Foundation staff will provide
technical support to the Mozambique MOH for the revision of the national child health card. The new card
designs will capture information on HIV exposure. In addition, identification of HIV exposed infants will be
improved by training staff in well child clinic (WCC) to look for HIV exposure status on the infant card and
inquire if status is missing.
Improvement of the Child at Risk Clinic (Consultas de Crianças em Risco) will also continue for follow up
care of HIV infected mothers not eligible for ART at CCR. Early identification of HIV exposed infants will
allow early testing and identification of HIV infected infants and timely initiation of treatment services and
ultimately lower morbidity and mortality rates for these children. Therefore the Foundation will provide
support to the roll-out of DNA-PCR into its supported sites as per MOH implementation strategy. Mother
infant pairs who do not return to formal health services will be followed up in the community by volunteers
from the Community based organizations that the Foundation has started to support in FY2006.
The Foundation will continue to strengthen existing Mozambican community-based organizations (CBO) to
Activity Narrative: mobilize for PMTCT and provide support to HIV positive pregnant women, infants and their families. As the
prevention of unintended pregnancies is a core strategy of PMTCT, the Foundation will implement specific
activities to strengthen Family Planning services within the PMTCT program. This will include the training of
health staff aimed at strengthening Family Planning services within PMTCT, the roll out of the FSG manual
(developed in FY06) which includes a module on FP, and improve the inclusion of men by couples
counseling in ANC and maternity.
April08 Reporgramming Change: Reduced $200,000. This request for re-programming of funds originally
attributed to EGPAF is based on two separate but inter-related issues. First, EGPAF's burn rate in the last
amendment to the cooperative agreement was slower than expected; a no cost extension was requested
and granted to EGPAF and the adjustment to the dates will mean that EGPAF will be unable to use the
entirety of the funds we had originally planned. Second, closer inspection of their budget indicates that two
activities are duplicative with other partners; these activities have been removed from their project
description. Future re-programming is anticipated in modest sums.