Please see below for a recently released global Request for Application (RFA) from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) that may be of interest. Approximately 20 percent of the proposed work will focus on indoor air quality. The RFA lists "increased use of alternatives to cooking with biomass fuels using traditional stoves and/or increased use of housing improvements to improve indoor air quality" as a key environmental health intervention.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) seeks to award a five-year $100 million Cooperative Agreement, Supportive Environments for Healthy Households and Communities. This activity will support the further development, introduction, and delivery of high-impact interventions in the areas of water supply, sanitation and hygiene, and indoor air quality. The activity, will support USAID programs in achieving public health impact by improvements in key behaviors and environmental conditions.
For more information and to download the full text of the RFA, see: