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Delivering solutions to healthcare problems using the following proven approaches:
Enhancing the performance of service delivery processes and systems.
Building systemic capacity to improve health outcomes.
Social and behavior change (SBC) can improve health outcomes by changing the attitudes, perceptions, and practices around health and nutrition...
Finding evidence-based solutions to real-world challenges.
Our Areas of Expertise
Expanding access to and improving the quality of services in the following areas:
URC supports education leaders and practitioners worldwide and provides technical assistance to strengthen education for all.
For decades, URC has worked with national programs to advance efforts to combat infectious diseases, including tuberculosis (TB), HIV/AIDS, Zika,...
URC supports country health systems to develop HIV programs based on proven interventions and keenly responsive to local conditions.
URC applies nutrition-specific and nutrition-sensitive interventions and strengthens partners’ capacity to apply effective interventions at scale.
URC engages in a wide range of malaria and Zika prevention and control activities to save lives.
URC’s work emphasizes high-impact solutions that improve health and social outcomes for mothers, newborns, and children around the world.
URC programs address NCDs through a combination of research and evaluation, health systems strengthening, and quality improvement.
URC develops cost-effective interventions at all levels of the health system, with proven results in more than 60 countries.
URC helps health systems diagnose, treat, control, and prevent all forms of TB, including drug-resistant and multidrug-resistant strains.
URC is developing and piloting standards of care for vulnerable children who are affected by disease, social conflict, and poverty.
URC provides technical assistance to address the lack of clean water, sanitation and good hygiene in low-income communities.