General USG Reporting Deadlines

Quarterly Financial Reports
(SF-425)

(to access SF-425, click here)

  • 31 January
  • 30 April
  • 31 July
  • 31 October
Semi-Annual Program Reports
  • 30 April
  • 31 October

Tested Capacity Development Tools and Resources

This website archives the best New Partners Initiative (NPI)  how-to guides, innovative tools, templates, training materials and links to state-of-the-art practices.

Created under the U.S. President's Emergency Fund for Aids Relief (PEPFAR), NPI was a signature effort to help new and diverse non-governmental organizations (NGOs) develop their capacity to fight HIV/AIDS at the local level. NPI came to a close on September 30, 2012 after five years of providing more than 29 grantees and 219 implementing partners across 14 countries with technical assistance and broad-based trainings designed to ensure that know-how developed under their award would be institutionalized and sustainable.

Please use, adapt and share the resources and tools found here.                                                                    —The NPI Team

Video Highlights

The Story and Experience of an NPI Partner

Drawing on the expertise and experience of a pool of volunteer retired nurses, the Botswana Retired Nurses Society (BORNUS), a Round 3 NPI Partner, works to relieve the burden on caregivers in the Tlokweng, Kanye and Mochudi districts of Botswana.This ten-minute video presents a brief history of the organization, highlights the services BORNUS provides to communities and documents their experience as an NPI partner.

Meetings Capture Lessons Learned and Best Practices 

In January 2012, representatives from NPI grantees and  the U.S. Government, as well as experts in organizational development and institutional strengthening, gathered at end-of-project (EOP) meetings in Kampala, Uganda and in Johannesburg, South Africa. The meetings were designed to share lessons learned and highlight best practices that helped bolster grantees' capacity to plan, implement and sustain more effective HIV/AIDS interventions.
 
The video clip below provides an overview of the EOP event held in South Africa.