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Lidia Tecún, one of the mothers participating in the Wheel of Practices for Better Living in Chichicastenango, Quiché.

Through the Nutri-Salud: Community Nutrition and Health Project, URC is supporting the Guatemalan Ministry of Health’s efforts to provide expanded health coverage at the community level.

The sentinel site monitoring system is designed to provide comprehensive system for data management related to first 1000-day life of a child.

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URC is conducting operations research in five high-volume Ugandan hospitals/ maternities to identify the baseline use, and best methods to increase evidence-based use of antenatal corticosteroids to improve outcomes for premature newborns in Uganda. According to the...

URC's non-profit affiliate, the Center for Human Services (CHS), is working with local partner CEID to strengthen and accelerate delivery of proven, low-cost child health interventions in three health zones in two Beninese departments ( Zou-Collines and Atlantique .)

PHR and PHR plus brought together the expertise of leaders in international health care development in a joint global health reform initiative.

URC improved the quality of primary health care services and established networks of decentralized health care services.

URC's non-profit affiliate, the Center for Human Services , is developing a concept note that will serve as a road map for establishing and operating a private, not-for-profit family medicine clinic at an affordable cost.

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PrevenSida is an innovative USAID project to support research and implementation to increase healthy behavior among key populations at higher risk of HIV infection and reduce HIV transmission by increasing condom use, access to counseling, HIV testing promotion, and reducing the number...

The project helped public sector agencies and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) improve access to HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment services needed by most-at-risk populations and to build institutional capacity to deliver high-quality services to special-risk groups.

In Kitooka Village, Uganda, a farmer stands in front of his dried maize supply, harvested by him and his wife (2014)

The goal of the five year Uganda PIN project is to reduce the burden of undernutrition among children, pregnant and breastfeeding mothers and people living with HIV/AIDS.