Hpp Phep Cooperative Agreement

Objectives: The objective of the 2017-2018 cooperation agreement between HPP and PHEP is to provide resources to help public, local, territorial and tribal health services, as well as health systems/organizations, to achieve measurable and sustainable progress in achieving emergency prevention capacities in the field of public health, prepared and resilient communities to promote. [NOTE: For more detailed information on the HPP program, see CFDA 93.889. For more detailed information on the PHEP program, see CFDA 93.069] To improve the prevention of all hazards and national health security, To promote responsible management of federal funds and reduce the administrative burden on recipients, the United States The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) vote on the Adm Inistrative and programmatic aspects of the ASPR Hospital Preparedness Program (HPP) and CDC Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP). This funding opportunity announcement describes the DEPR and CDC terms of the award, the overall objective of the HPP and PHEP programs, and the strategies for achieving program outcomes. The Emergency Prevention Cooperation Agreement (PHEP) for public health is an important source of funding for public, local and territorial health services. Since 2002, the PHEP cooperation agreement has supported health authorities throughout the country. This helps health authorities develop and strengthen their capacities to respond effectively to a number of public health threats, including infectious diseases, natural disasters, and biological, chemical, nuclear and radiological events. The preparedness measures funded by the PHEP Cooperation Agreement were specifically aimed at developing flexible and adaptable emergency health services. Implementation activities under the HPP and PHEP programmes should focus on the development of all health and health capacities. Recipients should use their contractual co-op funding to develop and maintain public health and health care competencies to ensure that federal child care funds are directed to priority areas within their jurisdiction, identified through their strategic planning efforts. .

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