Community-Based Drug Rehabilitation (CBDR) is an integrated model for helping persons who use drugs (PWUDs) with low to mild severity of use. It includes screening, treatment, recovery and family support...
The USAID BARMMHealth project, implemented by URC, partnered with the Ministry of Health – Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (MOH-BARMM) to improve access of the Bangsamoro families and communities to quality FP, MCH, and ASRH services...
Aims to strengthen TB interventions at the regional, local government, and community levels to increase TB case detection and treatment success rates. TB Platforms works in three regions – National Capitol Region, Region 4A and Region 3 – and Marawi City...
Overview and Objectives In the Philippines, URC conducted an assessment of the utility and sustainability of a community-driven development (CDD) project funded by Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC). In October 2016, URC completed an assessment of a sample of 30 subprojects nationwide. The assessment examined how well the subprojects: Achievements Findings from the assessment were shared...
Reading within Reach (REACH): Building Evidence and Supporting Innovation to Improve Primary Grade Reading Assistance
The Challenge Reading proficiency establishes a solid foundation for learning and understanding core areas of knowledge, while literacy is a driver for the reduction of poverty and accelerates economic growth. According to the World Bank, an estimated 53 percent of children in low- and middle-income countries cannot read and understand a simple story by the...
TB CARE II complemented existing and planned projects in the USAID Bureau for Global Health to provide leadership and support to national TB programs (NTPs) and other in-country partners. The project accelerated the implementation of TB directly observed treatment, short course (DOTS)...
HealthPRO was USAID’s lead vehicle for providing technical assistance in health promotion and communication to the Philippine Department of Health, local government units, and others in promoting and sustaining healthy behaviors related to maternal, neonatal, and child health and nutrition; family planning, TB, and HIV/AIDS...
The Quality Assurance Project (QAP) I, II, and III supported USAID-assisted countries with the development, refinement, and institutionalization of practical approaches to improve the quality of basic health services...
Technical support to improve, through operations research, the cost-effectiveness and user accessibility of family planning programs throughout Asia.
The PRICOR Project was established to help less developed countries apply practical, decision-oriented research to identify and solve operational problems in the delivery of primary health care, particularly health services vital to child survival...