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URC's non-profit affiliate, the Center for Human Services , is developing a concept note that will serve as a road map for establishing and operating a private, not-for-profit family medicine clinic at an affordable cost.

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PrevenSida is an innovative USAID project to support research and implementation to increase healthy behavior among key populations at higher risk of HIV infection and reduce HIV transmission by increasing condom use, access to counseling, HIV testing promotion, and reducing the number...

The project helped public sector agencies and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) improve access to HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment services needed by most-at-risk populations and to build institutional capacity to deliver high-quality services to special-risk groups.

In Kitooka Village, Uganda, a farmer stands in front of his dried maize supply, harvested by him and his wife (2014)

The goal of the five year Uganda PIN project is to reduce the burden of undernutrition among children, pregnant and breastfeeding mothers and people living with HIV/AIDS.

The project provided technical assistance to the Ministry of Public Health to ensure quality reproductive, maternal, and child health care.

URC worked with Ghana’s National Malaria Control Program ( NMCP ) to strengthen malaria prevention and control and expand successful malaria interventions nationwide.

For nearly 20 years, URC and its non-profit affiliate, the Center for Human Services, provided global leadership for health care quality assurance in USAID-supported programs through the Quality Assurance Project (QAP) I, II, and III. QAP provided technical assistance and conducted operations...

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Under the MesoAmerica Health Initiative 2015, URC is providing technical assistance to the Belize Ministry of Health to improve access to and use and quality of maternal, infant, child, and reproductive health services. The program has three components:...

URC developed a Quality Monitoring and Supervision System to improve case management for burn patients by advocating to the medical advisory group on quality of care, training providers and managers on the use of data for decision-making.

URC provided technical assistance to the Belize Ministry of Health (MOH) to strengthen contraceptive services in the country.