Does the intervention need to align with one of the examples listed in the CFP?

No, the examples provided in the CFP are only to illustrate the types of interventions and projects that may be a good fit. Applicants are in no way limited by these examples. Approaches that are not listed will also be considered, as long as they aim to address root causes of inequities, such as systems or structural barriers, as opposed to focusing on individual behavior modification in the absence of large systems changes.