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RHITES-N, Acholi map

RHITES-N, Acholi is one of five USAID/Uganda activities focused on comprehensive regional health and HIV/AIDS programs. The RHITES-N, Acholi activity, implemented by University Research Co., LLC (URC) and partners, seeks to increase the access and utilization of quality health services in the...

Overview

From 2013-2015, URC and its partners worked in Haiti's four northern departments to:

Increase Haitians' use of primary health care services, particularly in rural or isolated areas; Improve the functionality of selected referral networks that link communities with health care...
Midwives and Nurses at Mayera Health Centre observe closely as their colleague, a “Helping Babies Breathe” trainee, provides on-site coaching on neonatal resuscitation. Photo credit: Ross Godwin, DDC International

The USAID Systems for Health Project, led by URC, works with the Ghana Ministry of Health and Ghana Health Service to scale up evidence-based, high-impact interventions. These approaches are designed to prevent child and maternal deaths, reduce unmet need for family planning, decrease morbidity...

The USAID Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) Project is implemented in South Africa by a consortium of partners led by URC. The project builds on URC's experience in implementing continuous quality improvement in VMMC services in more than eight countries since 2012.

URC's non-profit affiliate, the Center for Human Services (CHS), partnered with Maxwell Stamp, Inc. to develop plans to rationalize health service delivery in health facility networks.

URC supported services offered by the Weight-Control Information Network (WIN), a program of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.

The project supported service restructuring and provider training to incorporate evidence-based clinical guidelines in maternal and infant health care, improve other aspects of quality in these services, and increase access to and demand for high-quality reproductive health services.

This project provided instruction in English as a second language and civics and General Education Development in collaboration with the Vineland Public Schools in southern New Jersey.