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NCUIH was awarded a grant by the Centers for Disease Control pursuant to the Notice of Funding Opportunity CDC-RFA-OT18-18020202SUPP20, CFDA#93.421, titled Urban Indian Prevention, Response and Control of COVID-19 Initiative.
This funding is to provide assistance to the 41 Urban Indian Organizations (UIOs) with activities to support COVID-19 preparedness, response and control efforts. Specifically, it allows UIOs to increase the capacity and capability to implement evidence-based/informed public health programs, policies, and services to address COVID-19 among the urban American Indian/Alaska population.
Through subaward agreements, some of the activities that UIOs can utilize this funding for include:
For additional information about cost eligibility and allowability, you can review the COVID-19 CDC Funding Guidelines for UIOs Document.
To date, NCUIH has awarded 33 UIOs in the amount of $7.5 million. The complete list of subgrantees can be found below.