Friday, December 17, 2021
2:00 PM Eastern Time
The National Indian Health Board (NIHB) requests applications for sub-awardee funds to assist infection control professionals and health providers from Tribal organizations and Tribal health systems with developing and implementing training and capacity-building assistance programs. Organizations awarded the grant will be required to set up a Tribal infection control peer learning community. Total funding for this opportunity is $50,000. NIHB is hosting a webinar to provide:
- An overview of NIHB’s Project Firstline (PFL): Tribal Infection Prevention and Control Capacity Building Program
- An overview of project activities for sub-awardees
- Information about the application process
Visit NIHB’s Project Firstline for more information.
For questions or assistance contact Carmen Sanders at [email protected].