Our Resources

URC produces a wealth of materials—publications, promotional materials, and tools—to support our projects and aid in the sharing of knowledge and best practices.

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Publications, Promotional Materials
August 2018
English

News on how URC is improving the quality of health care, social services, and education worldwide.

A mother with the first baby born at Gamba health center
Success Stories
August 2018
English, French

In Gamba, in the Zinder region of Niger, the community came together to create its village health center.

Project Reports
July 2018
English

The USAID Defeat TB project is a five-year project (2017–2022) that aims to increase TB case detection and treatment success in Uganda to 90% of all cases to end the TB epidemic in Uganda. To achieve its goal, the project strengthens health systems at national, sub-national and health facility...

Screening activity on-going at the prison
Success Stories
June 2018
English

The USAID Defeat TB project is working with high TB burdened districts in Uganda and high-risk key populations including prisoners.

The rate of malaria inpatient case fatalities over time, in the 5 regions of Ghana in which Systems for Health operates. (Source: DHIMS2)
Annual Reports
June 2018
English

The USAID Systems for Health project’s malaria programming focuses on prevention and treatment in support of the National Malaria Control Program’s goal of reducing malaria morbidity and mortality by 75 percent between 2012 and 2020.

A graph showing the decline in malaria deaths, from 2015–2017, among all ages in the 10 targeted facilities.
Success Stories
June 2018
English

Malaria is a leading cause of mortality and outpatient visits in Ghana. When the USAID Systems for Health project began in 2014, malaria prevalence among children (6–59 months) in Ghana was estimated at 27 percent, and 40 percent of all outpatient visits presented as malaria with fever.

A mother and child.
Success Stories
June 2018
English

In 2016, the USAID Systems for Health project trained district-level staff as quality improvement (QI) coaches to initiate and lead QI projects in health facilities across the country. The training builds staff capacity to address service-delivery gaps with QI methods and, ultimately, improve...

Séance de travail du bureau de l’association des cliniques et cabinets privés de la ZS AS
Success Stories
May 2018
French

La zone sanitaire (ZS) Abomey-Calavi – Sô-Ava (AS) regroupe la plus grande concentration de formations sanitaires privées (FSP) du Bénin, soit 336 FSP contre 21 formations sanitaires publiques. Toutefois, un recensement effectué en janvier 2017 a montré que les deux tiers de ces FSP n’ont pas d’...

Providers trained via Systems for Health support
Project Reports
May 2018
English

The USAID Systems for Health project collaborates closely with the Ghana Health Service (GHS) to support evidence-based maternal, neonatal, and child health (MNCH) interventions. Systems for Health adopts a systems- strengthening approach to enhance provider competency and facility readiness, to...

photo of newborn infant
Project Reports
May 2018
English

The USAID Systems for Health project collaborates closely with the Ghana Health Service (GHS) to carry out evidence-based neonatal, and child health interventions. These interventions are focused on improving provider competency and facility readiness to prevent and manage newborn and childhood...

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