Fact Sheets

 

Grantee:  The International Youth Foundation

Local Sub-Grantees:  Antigua & Barbuda: Gilbert Agricultural Rural Development Center.  Grenada: T. A. Marryshow Community College, Grenada Industrial Development Cooperation and NEWLO.  St. Lucia: A consortium of the National Skills Development Center/RISE/CARE and the BELfund.

Duration:  5 years (September 2008 to September 2013)

Funding to date: $5,000,000 (DA and CBSI)

Total Projected Investment - $5.0 million

 

Grantee: CARICOM/PANCAP

Duration: 3 years (FY2011 - FY2014)

Total Projected Investment: $300K annually ($1.5 mil over 5 years)

Funding Source: USAID/Barbados- (GHCS-USAID Account)

Countries: OECS

Objective: To enhance the ability of the PANCAP Program Coordinating Unit (PCU) to conduct its core functions in support of the execution, coordination and management of the Caribbean Regional Strategic Framework.

 

Contractor(s)/Grantee(s): Futures Group - Health Policy Project

Duration:  3 years (FY2011 - FY2014)

Total Projected Investment:  $290 K FY 2011

Funding Source: USAID/Barbados- (GHCS-USAID Account)

Countries: Barbados and OECS

Objective: To enhance regional efforts to combat stigma and discrimination and influence policy reform and:

 

Grantee(s): University of North Carolina- Measure Evaluation Phase III

Duration: 3 years (FY2011 - FY2014)- Annual determination based on need

Total Projected Investment: $300K FY 11

Funding Source: USAID/Barbados- (GHCS-USAID Account)

Countries: St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, St. Kitts and Nevis, Dominica

Objective: To improve the monitoring and evaluation  (M&E) systems and processes within the small states of the Eastern Caribbean.

 

Grantee(s): Abt Associates

Duration:  5 years (FY2010 - FY2014)

Total Projected Investment: $3 million

Additional Funding Source: (GHCS-USAID Account) 

Countries: OECS and Barbados

Objective: To strengthen the multi-sectoral HIV/AIDS response and improve health outcomes by facilitating and strengthening a role for the private sector via public-private partnerships (PPPs).

 

Grantee: Abt Associates

Duration: FY2010 - FY2014

Total Projected Investment: $5 million over 5 years

Funding Source: (GHCS-USAID Account) 

Countries: OECS and Barbados

Objective: To improve the capacity of the Caribbean national governments and regional organizations to effectively lead, finance, manage, and sustain the delivery of quality HIV prevention, care, treatment and support services. Activities include:

 

Contractor(s)/Grantee(s): Caribbean HIV/AIDS Alliance

Duration: 5 years (FY2011 - FY2014)

Total Projected Investment: $16 million over 5 years

Funding Source: USAID/Barbados- (GHCS-USAID Account)

Countries: OECS and Barbados

Objective: Increased Equitable Access to HIV Prevention, Treatment and Care Services for

most at risk populations and persons living with HIV (PLHIV) in the Eastern Caribbean:

 

Grantee:  Caricom Secretariat

Duration: 3 years

Total Projected Investment: $300,000

Countries:  Barbados and OECS

Objective:  To support the Directorate of Human & Social Development to work in crime and violence prevention.

 

Grantee:  Partners of the Americas.

Local Sub-Grantees:  St. Kitts & Nevis: Community Achievers Project; St. Kitts & Nevis Football Association; Caribbean Healthy Lifestyle Program; and the Ministry of Education. St. Vincent & Grenadines: Marion House; Liberty Lodge Boys Training Center; Adult and Continuing Education Center; Casper Maria Marshall Tomorrow Women and Men Center.  Dominica: Center where Adolescent learn to Love & Serve (CALLS); Dominica Youth Business Trust. 

 

Grantee:  Pan American Development Foundation

Local Sub-Grantees:  Government of Suriname, Surinamese NGOs

Duration: 4 years (Feb 2013 - Feb 2016)

Funding to date: $1,549,065

Total Project investment - $4,500,000

Beneficiary countries:  Suriname

Objective: To support youth development and juvenile justice reform in Suriname. This will be achieved by (1) expanding opportunities for at-risk youth aged 15-24 and (2) strengthening Suriname’s juvenile justice system.

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Last updated: August 28, 2014