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URC is working to strengthen HIV/TB surveillance and control throughout Central America in the areas of clinical, laboratory and strategic information management. The project is building the capacity of health care workers to prevent and control TB infection and to detect and deliver...

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URC is supporting evaluations, operations research, and assessments of U.S. Government-supported HIV/AIDS activities in Cambodia. The project will utilize the best available methods to assess and evaluate innovations in HIV programs; disseminate findings for decision making and for...

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URC, with the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, National Clinical Laboratory Services, and other local organizations, is providing technical support to strengthen Swaziland’s HIV and tuberculosis (TB) lab services. A team of lab and quality improvement (QI) experts is assessing...

URC is teaming up with a consortium of global health partners formed specifically to provide cutting-edge technical assistance and leadership towards the advancement of global human resources for health (HRH).

URC partnered with the University of Maryland's IRIS Center to conduct impact evaluations of MCC programs around the world.

URC supported the Millennium Challenge Account/Mongolia to expand coverage of services for injuries and noncommunicable diseases; such as heart attacks, cervical cancer, and strokes; to reach 95% of the country’s population.

URC provided technical support to improve maternal and neonatal health through supporting an initial collaborative and building improvement capacity in Belize.
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This activity identified the areas with higher HIV concentration of key populations and where HIV incidence was likely to be high; analyzed the epidemiological profile; characteristics, and behaviors of these key populations; assessed current program coverage; analyzed the design and...

URC provided technical support to the Ministry of Health and Social Services for reducing the transmission of HIV and other blood-borne pathogens among patients and providers during delivery of medical injections.

URC helped to improve health care services and increase service access and utilization.