Projects

2019–
2024
The goal of the OPIQ project is to improve the quality of HIV and HIV/TB prevention and care services in facilities and increase the number of people on HIV treatment, with a focus on the 27 highest-burden districts and priority populations for prevention and care...
2019–
2024
This project, implemented by JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI) in partnership with URC, is a five-year initiative that assists the Kyrgyz government to diagnose, treat, and cure people with drug-resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB)...
2019–
2022
ETTi provides leadership in ending TB transmission in institutional and community settings worldwide. The initiative advocates for and leads implementation of effective TB infection prevention and control efforts. URC was awarded a grant to manage the ETTi Secretariat with funding from UNOPS...
2018–
2021
URC helped build Eswatini National Aids Programme capacity to provide advanced HIV disease management services, facilitate training of health providers at select health facilities for provision of CrAg screening and TB LAM testing, and implement enhanced monitoring and evaluation (M&E) pf project activities...
2018–
2019
WHO/Dakha awarded a contract to URC for 12 months to provide monitoring and coordination service for the National Institute of Diseases of Chest and Hospital (NIDCH) 2nd Drug Resistance Survey (DRS) in Bangladesh.
2018–
2023
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...
2018–
2018
Tuberculosis (TB) remains an important public health problem in Georgia. Despite significant progress in the implementation of TB control interventions during the last decade, the country faces a number of important challenges that require further intensified and streamlined efforts to effectively control the epidemic by securing universal access to prevention, diagnosis and treatment of all forms of the disease, and ensuring effective integration and management of TB control interventions within the overall health system framework.

The Government of Georgia is committed to increasingly allocate financial and other resources for effective TB control. This National Strategic Plan (NSP) aims to further align the national TB response with the latest international evidence, strategic policies and programmatic guidance. The NSP covers a five-year period, 2016-2020.
2017–
2022
As a subcontractor to FHI 360, URC leads quality improvement (QI) activities and ensures QI is integrated into the overall program in the targeted provinces to address systemic issues that affect the delivery of HIV services in order to meet the UNAID’s 90-90-90 goals...
2017–
2022
USAID/Uganda uses an integrated health system strengthening approach for primary health care, in line with Uganda’s Health Sector Strategic and Investment Plan. RHITES-N, Acholi is one of five USAID/Uganda activities focused on comprehensive regional health and HIV/AIDS programs...
2017–
2022
This five-year project has a central goal of increasing TB case detection and treatment success to 90% of all cases to end the TB epidemic in Uganda. It provides technical assistance to the Uganda Ministry of Health and the National TB and Leprosy Program (NTLP) and strengthens the health systems for TB service delivery...

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