The U.S. Embassy in Mozambique offers small grants opportunities throughout the year. These grant opportunities focus on community development, capacity building, and programs that strengthen the people-to-people ties between the two countries.
Learn about the Ambassador’s SSH Program in Mozambique.
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The Ambassador’s Special SSH (SSH) Program is a program offered by the U.S. Ambassador to Mozambique. SSH gives U.S. Embassy support directly to communities, groups, neighborhoods, areas, communities and towns that are doing something to help themselves.
The Embassy is proud to announce that the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for the Ambassador’s Special Self Help (SSH) Program 2023 is officially open, and ready to receive proposal submissions, until the deadline of 23:59 CAT July 30, 2023.
Mozambique has the second largest HIV epidemic in the world. With an estimated 2.2 million Mozambicans infected with HIV (13.9% of people over age 15), and new infections continuing at a high rate (98,000 per year), particularly among adolescents and young women and men, HIV is the leading cause of mortality for Mozambicans over the age of 5. But it does not have to be.
PEPFAR is excited to share the PEPFAR Dashboards for viewing PEPFAR data. The goal of the PEPFAR Dashboards is to enable all stakeholders, including U.S. citizens, civil society organizations, U.S. government agencies, donors, and host-country governments, to view and utilize PEPFAR planned budgets, program results, and expenditure analysis data in an accessible and easy-to-use format.
In this section You will find important reference documents of the entire process of planning and drafting the COP 2023 including guidance, presentations, meeting agendas and other documents of interest to stakeholders and the public.
Data released on World AIDS Day 2020, showed that the DREAMS (Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-free, Mentored, and Safe) program has reduced new HIV diagnoses among adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) by 25 percent or more in nearly all regions implementing the initiative. AGYW in Mozambique are part of this amazing success. In past two years alone, the DREAMS/Mozambique has leveraged significant investments to reach 123,436 at-risk girls aged 9-24 as well as their families and communities.
The PEPFAR Coordination Office has overall responsibility to coordinate a “one USG team” in country to provide oversight, planning and reporting of all resources and international activities of the USG to combat the HIV/AIDS pandemic. The PCO is responsible to ensure regular and productive engagement among agency leadership and across technical teams, as well as with external stakeholders, to help ensure optimal complementarity of PEPFAR-funded interventions with other programs in country, such as those of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria (Global Fund), UNAIDS, and the World Health Organization (WHO).
PEPFAR Community Grants Program provides direct funding to Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) located in districts heavily affected by HIV in Mozambique. Implemented in Mozambique since 2008, each year the program invites interested organizations to submit applications for funding. Since the beginning of its implementation, many organizations were founded, including REDES and JUNTOS.