The Prevention and Control of Unintentional Injury and Violence Through the World Health Organization (WHO)

Funding Opportunity ID: 291963 Opportunity Number: CDC-RFA-CE16-160102CONT17 Opportunity Title: The Prevention and Control of Unintentional Injury and Violence Through the World Health Organization (WHO)Opportunity Category: ContinuationOpportunity Category Explanation: Funding Instrument Type: Cooperative AgreementCategory of Funding Activity: HealthCategory Explanation: CFDA Number(s): 93.136Eligible Applicants: Others (see text field entitled "Additional Information on Eligibility" for clarification)Additional Information on Eligibility: This award will be a continuation of funds intended only for grantees previously awarded under CDC-RFA-CE16-1601: The Prevention and Control of Unintentional Injury and Violence Through the World Health Organization. Agency Code: HHS-CDC-NCIPCAgency Name: Department of Health and Human ServicesCenters for Disease Control - NCIPCPosted Date: Feb 22, 2017Close Date: Apr 22, 2017Last Updated Date: Feb 22, 2017Award Ceiling: $0Award Floor: $0Estimated Total Program Funding: Expected Number of Awards: 10Description: The Prevention and Control of Unintentional Injury and Violence Through the World Health Organization (WHO)Version: Synopsis 1
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