3 year funding opportunity Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Chronic Disease Fund 25 January 2013

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The Department of Health and Ageing is seeking applications for funding to build  the capacity of the health sector to deliver improved health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

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Funding will be provided to organisations to deliver outreach health services for Aboriginal and Torres  Strait Islander people to address health issues identified in urban regional rural and remote locations including: Diabetes ,Cardiovascular disease, Chronic respiratory disease,Chronic renal (kidney) disease and  Cancer.

Organisations are invited to apply for funding under the Aboriginal and  Torres Strait Islander Chronic Disease Fund

Funding will be available for periods of up to three years,generally starting from July 2013

Interested parties, potential tenderers or applicants are asked to provide the information requested in the Registration Form below to ensure that their
contact details are sufficient to reach them should any updates or addenda be issued.

Be assured that this information will only be used for the purpose of  providing any updates on the process.

It is the responsibility of the applicant to provide accurate and sufficient details, to ensure that they can be
contacted, should any updates be issued.

http://www.health.gov.au/internet/main/publishing.nsf/Content/grantDoHA1371213

AFTER SUBMITTING YOUR DETAILS YOU WILL BE DIRECTED TO A PAGE WHERE YOU WILL BE ABLE TO DOWNLOAD THE
DOCUMENTS.

Organisations interested in applying for funding must address the assessment criteria in the format outlined in the Invitation to Apply and in accordance with the Fund  Guidelines¸

Service Delivery Standards and the Funding Agreement available by registering on the Department’s Tenders and Grants internet site at

www.health.gov.au/tenders

Applications for funding must be received by 2.00pm
Australian Eastern Standard Daylight Savings Time on Friday 25 January 2013.