DHAP HIV Funding Awards by State and Dependent Area (Fiscal Year 2010)
March 11, 2011
CDC remains committed to reducing the devastating impact of HIV/AIDS in the United States. Through prevention programs, research and evaluation efforts, surveillance activities, and policy development, CDC is working to ensure resources are used effectively in the fight against the epidemic. At this time, the funding information on these pages reflects one cooperative agreements for domestic HIV prevention, Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) PS10-1003: HIV Prevention Projects for Community-Based Organizations (CBOs). Please check back later for information about all FY2010 cooperative agreement for domestic HIV prevention.
Grand Total: $553,047,523*
* Numbers are not final and are subject to change.
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