URC provides technical assistance for this project in three areas: strengthening of HIV health information systems, continuous quality improvement, and HIV knowledge management...
Original project had a Contact Value of $11,217,835. This one was stated to be $750,000 (as shown). Contracts has a total value for both projects of $12,436,130. This amount is more than the two separate amounts combined. Not sure exactly why.
Technical Assistance to Support the Design and Implementation of Interventions to Strengthen Reproductive, Maternal, and Neonatal Health in Guyana
The Challenge Over the past two decades, Guyana’s health sector has made significant strides, with life expectancy increasing from 62 to 67 years since 1991, and Millennium Development Goal targets being met for nutrition, child health, and communicable diseases. Despite these achievements, Guyana continues to experience maternal and infant mortality rates that are amongst the...
The Strengthening Clinical Services for People Living with HIV in Central America under PEPFAR five-year cooperative agreement aims to improve the clinical skills of health care providers to care and treat people living with HIV (PLHIV) in the Central America region. URC is working to achieve this goal through a combination of initial country workshops,...
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...
URC is part of the consortium of organizations implementing the GHSC-PSM Project, managed by Chemonics. GHSC-PSM’s mission is to ensure uninterrupted supplies of health commodities through transformative supply chain solutions in support of U.S. Government-funded public health initiatives around the world...
URC provided technical assistance (TA) to 38 TB and HIV clinics in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama from April 2014 to September 2019 through the HIV Co-infection Strategies for Program Planning in Central America Project, funded and supported by the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...
URC and its partners are working to provide feedback and pre-testing of a collection of social and behavior change communication (SBCC) capacity-strengthening tools and resources in Guatemala.
URC conducted a detailed assessment of Guatemala’s education sector to share recommendations for targeted education policy reforms with MCC, the Ministry of Education, and other stakeholders. The work emphasized: Vocational/technical education, Gender sensitive programming to ensure the needs of girls are adequately met as well as those of boys, Cost-effectiveness, Monitoring and evaluation, Country ownership, and...