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February 16, 2011
Five current and former University Research Company, LLC (URC) employees -- Larissa Jennings; Andre Sourou Yebadokpo, Reproductive Health Advisor; Jean Affo, Behavior Change Communications Advisor; Marthe Agbogbe, Capacity Building Specialist; and Aguima Tankoano, Ghana’s Chief of Party -- recently...
February 16, 2011
URC Employees Publish Research Article: "Use of job aids to improve health worker performance and maternal understanding in Benin"
Four current and former University Research Company, LLC (URC) employees -- Larissa Jennings, Andre Sourou Yebadokpo, Jean Affo, and Marthe Agbogbe -- recently published a research article titled, “Antenatal counseling in maternal and newborn care: use of job aids to improve health worker...
November 30, 2010
URC has pioneered the development and promotion of sustainable, community- and facility-level innovations to strengthen tuberculosis (TB) programs in high-burden countries for more than a decade. Through the recently acquired TB...
October 18, 2010
This PR Web press release highlights URC's award of the TB CARE II project with a ceiling of up to $225 million from the US Agency for International Development (USAID). This five-year project assists countries most affected by tuberculosis (TB), a highly contagious and...
October 05, 2010
URC will work to reduce HIV among high-risk populations in Nicaragua through PrevenSIDA, a five-year contract funded by the US Agency for International Development.
August 10, 2010
URC's TRAction Project Awards First Research Grant to London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
URC's Translating Research into Action (TRAction) Project awarded its first research grant of $1.3 million for study of the effect on malaria prevalence of replacing indoor residual spraying with long lasting insecticide bed nets (LLIN) in Tanzania.