The Rapid Funding Envelope for HIV/AIDS (RFE) is an innovative partnership between the Tanzania Commission for AIDS (TACAIDS), the Zanzibar AIDS Commission (ZAC), nine bilateral donors, and one private foundation. Established in 2002, the RFE's purpose is to enable civil society institutions in Tanzania to participate fully in the national multi-sectoral response to the AIDS epidemic. To do so, the RFE provides grants to Tanzanian non-profit civil society organizations, academic institutions, and civil society partnerships for essential, short-term projects aligned with the National Policy on HIV/AIDS and the National Multi-Sectoral Strategic Framework. Urgent, best practice, or innovative projects are funded in six priority areas: Prevention, advocacy, information/education/communication, and behavior change communication; care and support for HIV/AIDS and related opportunistic infections; impact mitigation of the effects of the epidemic, including orphans and vulnerable children; research to provide baseline information or assess effectiveness; institutional strengthening, including capacity building in monitoring and evaluation; and interventions for children aged 0—8 years who are infected or affected by HIV/AIDS.
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