Cooperative Agreement Application Immunization and Vaccines for Children (CDC RFA-IP19-190 I) Project Abstract
This cooperative agreement application consists of a project narrative, project budget, and all other required forms and documents as outlined in the
Immunization and Vaccines for Children notice of funding opportunity (CDC-RFA-IP19-1901).
The purpose of this application is to request continued core federal funding assistance in order to support and maintain the Immunization Division (IMM),
operations which includes the implementation of the Vaccines for Children and Section 317 vaccine programs. This funding will support Alabama's
development, implementation, assessment, and promotion of immunization-related activities with the goal of achieving and sustaining high vaccination
coverage, reducing vaccination disparities and incidents of Vaccine Preventable Disease (VPD), and improving VPD outbreak readiness and response. The
funding will also work to maintain and enhm1ce Immtmization Patient Resources with Integrated Technology the state's Immunization Information System.
IMM will use collaborative approaches to improve vaccination coverage and increase access to vaccines for Alabama residents.
IMM will implement strategies in the following twelve key areas to achieve successful outcomes in year one (July 2019-June 2020) and all other subsequent
years of the five-year cooperative agreement: I) Progrmn Management and Sustainability; 2) Program Effectiveness;
3) Vaccine Access and Management; 4) Immunization Information Systems and Technology; 5) Communication, Partnerships, and Education; 6) Provider
Quality Improvement; 7) Surveillance and Outbreak Response; 8) Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention; 9) Pandemic Influenza Preparedness; 10) School
Vaccination Coverage; 11) Adolescent Immunization; and 12) Adult Immunization.
Thank you for your consideration. If you have any questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (334) 206-2018.