Projects

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–
2023
The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) awarded URC this five-year contract to support the design and development of a five-year compact intended to provide funding for strengthening the health system and improving primary health care services in Lesotho...
2018–
2021
To identify the priority challenges in poor iron–folic acid supplementation (IFAS) supplementation rates, URC and the Ugandan Ministry of Health engaged with stakeholders at national, regional, and local levels to identify the major bottlenecks to IFAS uptake...
2018–
2025
DHAPP is scaling up the Uganda People’s Defense Forces (UPDF) HIV response in Uganda to achieve epidemic control. The program supports 40 military health facilities – including 28 with antiretroviral treatment (ART) accredited clinics – by providing custom-designed technical assistance and material support...
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
URC, working with the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), is identifying the main drivers of the high prevalence of stunting in children 0-59 months of age through the collection of data on the prevalence and consequences of stunting in Timor-Leste...
2018–
2024
URC is supporting the government of Eswatini to reduce the number of new HIV, TB, and sexually transmitted infections among UEDF members, their families, and the civilian communities served by UEDF health services. The UEDF Health Services is working to achieve 95-95-95 UNAIDS targets...
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.

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