Milestones

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    Checklist

    December 2020 | EHE jurisdictions submit updated plans by Dec 31st.

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    Scientist report and research

    October 2020 | CDC hires and sends seven additional Public Health Field Assignees (total 17) to EHE jurisdictions across the country to increase the HIV workforce capacity of health departments in these areas.

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    Scientist coordination

    September 2020 | CDC awards $2 million from HHS Minority HIV/AIDS Funds for mass mailing HIV self-tests to transgender women and to racial/ethnic minority communities.

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    Ribbon award

    December 2019 | CDC releases an EHE Vital Signs report that highlights the critical need for federal funding to focus on testing, treatment, prevention, and health disparities.

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    Strategy gears

    September 2020 | CDC awards $109 million to 32 state and local health departments that represent the 57 EHE jurisdictions.*

    HHS launches America’s HIV Epidemic Analysis Dashboard (AHEAD)external icon, a tool that provides national and jurisdictional data from CDC on the six EHE indicators.

    CDC awards $2 million EHE supplemental capacity-building assistance funds to four regional technical assistance providers to assist local areas with community engagement.

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    Funding dollars

    Summer 2019 | CDC awards $16.5 million from the HHS Minority HIV/AIDS Fund to three jumpstart sites and to all sites to develop community focused, multi-year EHE plans, with an emphasis on bringing new voices to the table.

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    February 2019 | Ending the HIV Epidemic announced.

* EHE Priority Jurisdictions include the 48 counties, Washington, D.C., San Juan, Puerto Rico, and seven states with a substantial rural burden that account for more than 50% of all new HIV diagnoses in the country.

Page last reviewed: April 1, 2021