Funding Announcement

CDC’s National Center for State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Public Health Infrastructure and Workforce (Public Health Infrastructure Center) has awarded funding to 26 federally recognized American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) Tribes and regional AI/AN tribally designated organizations through the new 5-year cooperative agreement: CDC-RFA-TO-23-0001: Strengthening Public Health Systems and Services in Indian Country. This funding will help improve public health outcomes and lessen health inequities in Indian Country.

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The purpose of this new funding opportunity is to strengthen the quality, performance, and infrastructure of tribal public health systems, including workforce, data and information systems, and programs and services. The cooperative agreement aims to improve capacity to develop, implement, and evaluate public health programs and services to address prioritized public health activities in AI/AN communities.


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