Projects

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...
2017–
2019
This project aimed to improve health services for Albanian citizens by focusing on corruption and encouraging cooperation among selected independent government institutions, civil society organizations, and media to encourage more responsible governance in the health sector...
2013–
2014
Developed a concept note to serve as a road map for establishing and operating a private, not-for-profit family medicine clinic at an affordable cost in Moscow Oblast, Russia.
2012–
2020
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...
2011–
2016
Provided assistance to effectively integrate TB services into the primary healthcare system nationwide, reducing the number of TB and MDR TB cases in Georgia.
2010–
2020
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)...
2007–
2014
HCI directly examined how neglected health care processes function and developed practical ways to help health workers and managers improve them. HCI provided global technical leadership and expertise to improve health care delivery and health workforce capacity and performance in USAID-assisted countries...
2004–
2008
Focused on HIV prevention among most-at-risk-populations (MARPs) in St. Petersburg, Samara, Saratov, Orenburg, and Irkutsk regions of the Russian Federation.
2004–
2008
Provided technical assistance to Government of Romania to implement key health system reforms.
2002–
2009
Helped identify and implement of measures that improve quality of and access to integrated primary health services.

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