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Department of Health and Human Services – Centers for Disease Control – NCIPC – E-Learning Collaborative for Sexual Violence and Intimate Partner Violence Prevention

Proposal Due Date:                                                           November 17, 2021

Expected Number of Awards:                                       1

Estimated Total Program Funding:                              $1,035,000

Award Ceiling:                                                                    $345,000

Award Floor:                                                                       $300,000

Funding Opportunity Number:                                             CDC-RFA-CE22-2202


Purpose: Sexual violence (SV) and intimate partner violence (IPV) are preventable public health problems that have long-term physical and mental health impact on victims and affect millions of Americans. The purpose of this NOFO is to support an E-Learning community and peer learning platform that uses multiple communication channels, including interactive web conference series, podcasts, online education resources, translation products, and planed and strategic social media to build and strengthen violence prevention systems for the Division of Violence Prevention’s funded recipients, sub-recipients and prevention practitioners nationally. This will be accomplished by providing technical assistance, training, and information on how to utilize the best available evidence to select, implement, and evaluate efforts to decrease SV and IPV and to incorporate health equity into prevention efforts. The majority of the E-Learning Collaborative’s activities will be specifically tailored for CDC program recipients, though the broader national SV/IPV prevention field will also benefit from the efforts.  The goal of this NOFO is to increase knowledge, skill, and capacity to implement strategies to prevent SV and IPV in communities at greatest risk.

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