Supporting American Indian/Alaska Native Maternal Health Through Tribal-Led Maternal Mortality Review Committees
The National Indian Health Board is providing grants assess capacity American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) entities for establishing, implementing, and maintaining tribal-led Maternal Mortality Review Committees (MMRCs). Grantees will participate in a self-assessment to explore key components of Tribal-led MMRCs and assess readiness to establish and sustain a tribal-led MMRC.
Eligible applicants are official tribal entities, including federally recognized tribal governments, tribal organizations, and inter-tribal consortia with a strong interest and/or demonstrated commitment to improving AI/AN maternal health outcomes.
Award ceiling: $7,500
Project period: 8 months
Estimated number of awards: 12
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