FY 2004 Ethiopia Partners


The lists below include partners obligated3 Emergency Plan money as either a prime1 partner (bulleted items) or as a sub-partner2 (indented underneath the prime partners).

    The 2004 prime and sub-partner list reflects organizations that were obligated Emergency Plan money during fiscal year 2004, that is from October 1, 2003, through September 30, 2004.

    The list is based on data provided by U.S. Government agency field offices during the Annual Program Results updates submitted to the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator. This information will be updated as new data becomes available.

    • Catholic Relief Services
    • Food for the Hungry
    • Samaritan's Purse
    • PACT, Inc.
    • MoH or National Blood Transfusion Services
    • World Health Organization
    • Save the Children
    • Project Concern International
    • John Snow, Inc.
    • Addis Ababa City Government Council
        Addis Ababa Health Bureau
        Organization of Social Services for AIDS, Ethiopia
    • Addis Ababa HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control Office
    • CARE International
    • Ethiopia Ministry of Defense
    • Ethiopian Health and Nutrition Research Institute
    • Ethiopian Public Health Association
        Walta Information Center
    • Federal Ministry of Health, Ethiopia
    • JHPIEGO
    • Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Programs
        Academy for Educational Development
    • National Defense Forces of Ethiopia
    • Tulane University
    • University of Washington
        University of Washington

    Definitions

    1. Prime partner: The entity which received funding directly from, and has a direct contractual relationship (contract, cooperative agreement, grant, etc.) with, the USG Agency. (Source: FY2006 COP Guidance, p.39)

    2. Sub-partner: The entity to which a prime partner allocates funding. (Source: FY2006 COP Guidance, p. 43)

    3. Obligation: An agreement that will result in outlays, immediately or in the future. When the U.S. Government places an order, signs a contract, awards a grant, purchases a service, provides incremental funding or takes other actions that require the Government to make payments to the public or from one Government account to another, it incurs an obligation. (Source: FY2005 Annual Progress Report Guidance, p.5)

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