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- Social and Behavior Change
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While Uganda has worked hard in recent years to meet the health care needs of its population, many pressing challenges remain.
URC has been providing global leadership for health care improvement in Uganda beginning in 1990, first with the Quality Assurance Project I, II, and III, and then in 2007 with PEPFAR funding through the Health Care Improvement Project, which supported the Ministry of Health’s initiative to fight HIV. Over the course of six years, URC went on to roll out several more health care improvement initiatives in Uganda including Uganda: REDUCE II, Food and Nutrition Interventions (NuLife), and the Integrated Infectious Disease Capacity-Building Evaluation (IDCAP).
Since then, URC has continued its public health efforts in Uganda, applying our approaches in several areas including: quality improvement, health systems strengthening, health communication and behavior change, and research and evaluation.