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URC produces a wealth of materials—publications, promotional materials, and tools—to support our projects and aid in the sharing of knowledge and best practices.

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Screen shot of REGIS-ER success story
Success Stories
July 2017
English

In January 2016, these women gathered to learn how to produce and store enriched flour, a blend of pulverized staples such as millet or sorghum mixed with other locally available and easy-to-process vitamin-rich foods, such as cowpeas and peanuts. The measure of the REGIS-ER project's success is...

Nutrition infantile et solidarité: Les femmes de Bourdounga innovent pour mieux nourrir les jeunes enfants
Success Stories
July 2017
French

A Bourdounga (Département de Balléyara) au Niger, plus de 200 femmes du village ont appris, ensemble, à produire et conserver de la farine infantile enrichie pour aider leurs enfants à mieux grandir, à mieux se développer et à renforcer leurs défenses immunitaires. Elles sont rassemblées dans...

Success Stories
April 2017
English

The village of Tilla in Niger has raised the bar on cleanliness and hygiene. A sanitation committee is in charge of galvanizing and promoting the village's overall health and cleanliness, making specific members responsible for different priorities. Each family now has a functional and well-...

Success Stories
April 2017
French

Le village de Tilla a relevé la barre de la propreté et l’hygiène. Un comité de salubrité dynamise et contrôle la salubrité du village, découpé en zones. La responsabilité de chacune des zones incombe à un membre du comité. Et chaque famille dispose au moins d’une latrine correctement entretenue...

PIN aflatoxin post-harvest behavior card
Case Studies
March 2017
English

The TOPS Agriculture and Natural Resource Management Case Study Series examined URC's SBC work for the USAID/Uganda Production for Improved Nutrition (PIN) Project.

Quality Improvement in Intensive Care Medicine: Leveraging Teamwork to Improve and Optimize Care Delivery
Publications, Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
January 2017
English

This article on the role of teamwork in quality improvement was written by URC's Leighann Kimble and Dr. M. Rashad Massoud for the Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine.

Project Reports
January 2017
English

FAST represents a strategy for reducing TB and MDR-TB (multidrug-resistant tuberculosis) transmission, while providing quality care to those with TB. Finding and treating patients with TB and MDR-TB helps to reduce TB transmission to healthcare workers and other patients who are susceptible to...

Publications, Case Studies
January 2017
Spanish

This Spanish-language resource, developed by URC partner WI-HER, LLC, provides a six-step approach to identifying and closing gender-related gaps.

Publications
January 2017
English

This report contains findings from an assessment of the Millennium Challenge Corporation-funded KALAHI-CIDSS Community-Driven Development Subprojects in the Philippines.

Publications, Project Presentations
October 2016
English

The TB Care II project team shares its results on the success of integrating FAST activities into the regular daily activities at hospitals in Vietnam. This helped shorten the infectious periods and reduce times to diagnosis and treatment initiation. It also allowed existing hospital staff to...

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