National Umbrella Cooperative Agreement Program II
For information related to administrative and
Mr. DeWayne Wynn, Grants Management Specialist
For questions related to the NUCA II Program or
assistance in preparing a grant proposal:
Ms. Sonsiere Cobb-Souza, Director
Ms. Stacey Williams, Grants Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The purpose of the National Umbrella Cooperative Agreement (NUCA) Program II is to further demonstrate that partnerships between Federal agencies and national organizations can efficiently and effectively:
- Improve access to care for targeted racial and ethnic minority populations;
- Address social determinants of health to achieve health equity for targeted minority populations through projects of national significance;
- Reduce youth violence (including gang violence) among targeted minority populations;
- Increase the diversity of the health related work force; and
- Increase the knowledge base and enhance data availability for health disparities and health equity activities.
Awards may be made in each of the following five categories:
Access to Care - Projects must address
one or more of the following:
- Healthcare needs of rural and isolated communities, including emerging minority communities
- Health information technology to improve the quality of healthcare
- Access to quality healthcare and appropriate utilization of health services
Health Equity - Projects must address
one or more of the following:
- Prevention, education and training programs to improve the health of targeted minority populations
- Social determinants of health
- Cultural and linguistic competency in healthcare
- Web-based multi-user systems that can enhance communication between healthcare providers and their clients
- Youth violence (including gang violence)
- Workforce development, including workforce pipeline programs
- Data collection, analysis, and evaluation on targeted racial and ethnic minority populations
Each applicant must propose to conduct a core project of national significance that addresses at least one, but no more than two, of the above five categories.
To qualify for funding, an applicant organization must be a private, nonprofit national minority-serving organization, with at least 5 years of experience working with targeted minority populations and have the capacity to address the issues within the category under which they are applying.
Additionally, applicants must:
- Have the capacity to implement and manage multiple projects
- Have a minimum of three years of experience in conducting programs of national significance related to at least one of the five categories
- Have the ability to collaborate with Federal and non-Federal partners
- Have the ability to work with multiple ethnic and racial populations
- Have the capacity to collaborate with other organizations that represent targeted minority populations
- Address at least one, but no more than two, of the five categories
Estimated Total Funding: $3,500,000
Number of Awards: Up to 7 awards will be made with the intent of funding at least one applicant in each of the five categories.
Award Ceiling: $500,000 per budget year
Award Floor: $200,000 per budget year
Period of Performance: 3 years
Links to the application and a full announcement are available through grants.gov.
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