First Round Call for Proposals to Close February 26, 2010

Based on an extraordinary response, the Health Impact Project is closing its call for proposals and initial round of funding on February 26, 2010. All letters of interest submitted on or before the close date-and those currently in process-will still be considered for health impact assessment (HIA) demonstration grants.

We wish to thank all who have applied for funding thus far, and are very excited by the number, quality and diversity of proposals we have received. It is clear from the response that leaders representing a wide-range of sectors are interested in using HIA to ensure that public decisions are made with health in mind.

Please continue to check this site for frequent updates and notifications of future funding initiatives. Selected demonstration grants also will be announced and posted over the next few months.

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