Projects

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...
2012–
2017
URC supported the Guatemalan Ministry of Health’s efforts to provide expanded health coverage at the community level in predominantly indigenous Mayan municipalities, focusing on reducing chronic malnutrition and improving maternal and child health services...
2012–
2013
Overview and Objectives Two separate initiatives (Muskoka Initiative I & Muskoka Initiative II) where URC reduced maternal and newborn mortality and increased family planning uptake in two health zones (Couffo and Borgou) of Benin through clinical systems improvements and community engagement, with a focus on gender. Specifically, URC improved the quality of reproductive health services...
2010–
2014
Overview and Objectives The project’s primary objective was to strengthen HIV and TB surveillance and control in the Central American region. URC provided technical support to Ministries of Health to improve TB case management; strengthen lab capacity in TB and HIV; improve HIV counseling and testing, particularly provider-initiated testing and counseling; and strengthen the use...
2010–
2014
Overview and Objectives Alianzas I brought together public and private organizations to leverage USAID work to address Guatemala’s reproductive health, family planning, maternal and child health, nutrition, and education needs. Alianzas II strengthened public-private partnerships to improve maternal and child health, reproductive health, family planning, HIV/AIDS, water and sanitation, nutrition, and education. URC was responsible...
2009–
2017
TRAction solicited proposals primarily on a competitive basis and awarded health research grants to research organizations to evaluate ways to effectively and efficiently introduce, implement, and scale up evidence-based interventions for MNCH...
2009–
2013
Increased demand for and equitable access to quality health services. Built the capacity of public and private service delivery systems; expanded models for health financing; improved the quality and impact of maternal, neonatal and child health services; and strengthened the control of infectious diseases...
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...
2007–
2012
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...
2006–
2012
The Challenge PISAF sought to improve the health status of the Beninese through collaboration with the Benin Ministry of Health Directorate for Maternal and Child Health (DSME), non-governmental organizations, government agencies, donors, other USAID projects, communities, and the private sector. The project’s activities supported the Government’s national policies and strategies and USAID’s health objective: to...

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