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The Tuberculosis Elimination Alliance (TEA), led by the Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO), Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF), Hepatitis B Foundation (HBF), and Stop TB USA, with the support of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Division of TB Elimination, announced that it awarded a total of $250,000 to 12 community health organizations serving Asian, Asian American (A/AA), Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (NH/PI), Hispanic/Latino and African American communities that are disproportionately impacted by tuberculosis (TB).
TEA offered a third cycle of 12 mini-grant awards totaling $250,000 to community providers that increase awareness and build capacity on TB testing and treatment. The newly awarded mini-grant recipients in this cycle are as follows:
- Arkansas Coalition of Marshallese (Springdale, AR)
- Asian Pacific Health Foundation (San Diego, CA)
- EthnoMed (Seattle, WA)
- Jericho Road Community Health Center (Buffalo, NY)
- Midwest Asian Health Association (Chicago, IL)
- Mission Neighborhood Health Center (San Francisco, CA)
- Regional Pacific Islander Taskforce (San Francisco, CA)
- Revive Community Health (Tempe, AZ)
- Rural Women's Health Project (Gainesville, FL)
- San Diego County Medical Society Foundation, dba Champions for Health (San Diego, CA)
- Todu Guam Foundation, Ltd. (Tamuning, Guam)
- We Are TB / Somos TB (National)
Since its inception in 2019, TEA has distributed over $800,000 in mini-grant funding to 36 organizations. TEA, our members, partners, and mini-grantees look forward to building on the progress that we have made so far towards TB elimination.
For more information on TEA, please visit www.tbeliminationalliance.org.
Post-Doctoral Research Fellowships for Global HIV and TB Public Health Programs
The mission of this fellowship program is to recruit, mentor, and train scientist-practitioners to conduct global HIV and TB research and to develop the translational and applied skills necessary to implement and support high-quality HIV and TB public health programs in global settings. The goal of this fellowship is to attract and support recent recipients of doctoral degrees to understand the underpinnings of interventional epidemiology and to prepare them for a career operating at the intersection of science and practice in global public health. The selected candidates will be in the Division of Global HIV & TB (DGHT) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), headquartered in Atlanta, GA. The DGHT Office of the Director (DGHT OD) is the lead for the program. Fellows will also be paired with DGHT’s programmatic or data branches on various projects throughout their fellowship.
The deadline to apply to this fellowship is June 30, 2021. The fellowship is scheduled to begin Fall 2021, subject to availability of funds.
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