This project builds on URC’s 20-year legacy of working with Cambodia’s National Center for Parasitology, Entomology, and Malaria Control to eliminate malaria and control the development and spread of drug resistant malaria in the Greater Mekong Subregion...
The Health Evaluation and Applied Research Development (HEARD) Project is a flexible global implementation science (IS) partnership mechanism that responds to emerging USAID health and development priorities...
CMEP builds on URC’s 20-year legacy of working with the Ministry of Health and CNM to eliminate malaria and control the spread of drug-resistant malaria in the Greater Mekong Subregion...
Improved reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health and nutrition services in all health centers (550+) and referral hospitals (38) in nine Cambodian provinces: Banteay Meanchey, Battambang, Kampong Cham, Tbong Khmum, Kampong Speu, Pailin, Prey Veng, Pursat and Siem Reap...
URC is building on the legacy of the Better Health Services project by developing systems for ensuring high-quality maternal and child health services in eight provinces in Cambodia.
URC is supporting evaluation, operations research, and assessment of US government-supported HIV/AIDS activities in Cambodia. The project is assessing and evaluating innovations in HIV programs, disseminating findings for decision making and for building the international evidence base for HIV programs in concentrated epidemic settings, and building the capacity of a local research institution to conduct assessments and evaluations.
ASSIST built on the work of the USAID Health Care Improvement Project. ASSIST operated in over 40 countries, supporting quality improvement efforts for HIV and AIDS, MNCH, malaria, tuberculosis, Zika, orphans and vulnerable children, and non-communicable disease services at both facility and community levels...
The CAP-Malaria Project aimed to prevent malaria and contain the spread of multi-drug resistant Pf malaria in the Greater Mekong Subregion, specifically in Cambodia, Myanmar, and Thailand. Pf is the most common and deadliest parasite that causes malaria...