The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, otherwise known as CDC, is a United States agency that is operating under the Department of Health and Human Services.
The CDC constantly works towards the safety and protection of public health by way of providing them with essential information that would lead them to enhance their health decisions, and promote their overall health by forming partnerships with state health departments and other members of the health care team.
In keeping with all its existing programs and objectives, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recently established a funding opportunity to promote the Capacity Building Assistance to Improve Health in Tribal Populations Program.
The program is primarily created to support the Healthy People 2020 project which greatly focuses on measuring, identifying, tracking and reducing health disparities.
The Capacity Building Assistance to Improve Health in Tribal Populations Program will to offer financial assistance to National Tribal Organizations that cater to tribal health departments in order to aid them in providing Capacity Building Assistance that is consequently thought to improve tribal health department quality, effectiveness, and efficiency in the delivery of public health services to their corresponding communities.
Capacity Building Assistance to Improve Health in Tribal Populations Program
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