USAID has extended the deadline for a major grant on technology for health. From the announcement:
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) seeks to award up to two five-year cooperative agreements (combined total of $50 million) to identify, develop, introduce, and support the scale-up of new health tools and technologies which are appropriate, affordable and acceptable for distribution and use in low-resources settings, in order to accelerate reductions in mortality and morbidity in line with USAID health sector objectives. The Technologies for Health Program will play an important role in advancing USAID’s leadership in health technology innovation by providing the Agency with access to leading technical and scientific expertise in the US and other countries devoted to health research, technology development, scientific research, and market development. IN the course of this work, the Technologies for Health Program also will develop strong partnerships with the private sector, host countries, local organizations, private firms and other development partners in developing countries.
Follow the link above to learn more about the RFA and find the application.