Targeting COVID-19 vaccinations in vulnerable populations

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Background

In order to increase the vaccination rate of vulnerable populations across South Eastern NSW against COVID-19, COORDINARE - the South Eastern NSW Primary Health Network (PHN) is providing support for innovative, local, short-term activities.

The aim is to improve access of vulnerable populations to COVID-19 vaccinations.

Funding opportunity

Grant funding of up to $10,000 is available to support activity that increases the rate of the COVID-19 vaccination of vulnerable populations across South Eastern NSW with low vaccination rates.

The purpose of the funding is to support existing community organisations and health services in their activities within South Eastern NSW that increase the rate of vaccinations to vulnerable populations aged 5 years and older, including those without access to Medicare and individuals who cannot access or have difficulty accessing the vaccine through existing mechanisms.

These targeted, short-term local solutions should augment existing activities and arrangements (such as state and territory focused approaches and other vaccination pathways and sites), not replace or duplicate them. Organisations eligible to receive funding under this initiative are not-for-profit community organisations based in the South Eastern NSW PHN.

For more information, please read the grant guidelines.

Background

In order to increase the vaccination rate of vulnerable populations across South Eastern NSW against COVID-19, COORDINARE - the South Eastern NSW Primary Health Network (PHN) is providing support for innovative, local, short-term activities.

The aim is to improve access of vulnerable populations to COVID-19 vaccinations.

Funding opportunity

Grant funding of up to $10,000 is available to support activity that increases the rate of the COVID-19 vaccination of vulnerable populations across South Eastern NSW with low vaccination rates.

The purpose of the funding is to support existing community organisations and health services in their activities within South Eastern NSW that increase the rate of vaccinations to vulnerable populations aged 5 years and older, including those without access to Medicare and individuals who cannot access or have difficulty accessing the vaccine through existing mechanisms.

These targeted, short-term local solutions should augment existing activities and arrangements (such as state and territory focused approaches and other vaccination pathways and sites), not replace or duplicate them. Organisations eligible to receive funding under this initiative are not-for-profit community organisations based in the South Eastern NSW PHN.

For more information, please read the grant guidelines.

Page last updated: 05 May 2022, 05:09 PM