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Participants in an Alianza con Organizaciones por lo Emocional2 program in Colombia. The HEARD Project is supporting a mixed-method study evaluating a community-based psychosocial support intervention for those affected by torture. Credit: A. Delgado

The HEARD Project is the latest in URC’s more than 30 years of global Implementation Science (IS) and research work across the globe. Using an IS approach, HEARD works through a partnership of more than 35 diverse global organizations to improve the implementation of evidence-based practices,...

URC evaluated data collection and reporting activities for health care-associated infections (HAI) and antimicrobial use in 23 health care facilities in 10 US states.

URC supported the Government of Nigeria to expand access to and improve the quality of HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment services and to build sustainable capacity in those areas at primary and secondary facilities in Enugu and Ebonyi States.

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URC provided technical assistance (TA) to 38 TB and HIV clinics in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama from April 2014 to September 2019 through the HIV Co-infection Strategies for Program Planning in Central America Project , funded and supported by the President’s...

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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.