FY 2004 Guyana 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.

    • American Red Cross
    • AIDS Relief Services (ARS)
    • MoH or National Blood Transfusion Services
    • American Association of Blood Banks
    • Initiatives, Inc.
    • ASPH
    • Comforce
    • Crown Agents
    • Family Health International
        Central Islamic Organization of Guyana
        Cicatelli Associates Inc.
        Comforting Hearts
        Creative Advertising and Marketing
        Hope For All
        Hope Foundation
        Howard Delafield International
        Linden Care Foundation
        Management Sciences for Health
        Netcom Computer City Systems
        Roadside Baptist Church
        Youth Challenge Guyana
    • Francois Xavier Bagnoud Center
    • Guyana Defense Force
    • Johns Hopkins University
    • Macro International
    • Ministry of Health, Guyana
    • Oak Ridge Institute of Science and Education
    • Population Services International
        Guyana Central Arya Samaj
        Guyana Islamic Trust
        Guyanese Youth Network
        Silver Lining
    • Social and Scientific Systems
    • University of North Carolina Carolina Population Center


    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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