Projects

2014–
2019
Ghana’s health systems and health workforce, in direct partnership with the communities they serve, will be able to sustain equitable access to, demand for, and use of high-quality, high-impact health services with reduced external support, especially in the five targeted regions...
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...
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)...
2010–
2018
URC worked with the Ugandan Ministry of Health (MoH) to ensure continued provision and sustainable scale-up of comprehensive HIV and AIDS services for people living with HIV and AIDS (PLHA) at 10 regional referral and six general hospitals across the country...
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
URC worked with Ghana’s National Malaria Control Program (NMCP) to strengthen malaria prevention and control and expand successful malaria interventions nationwide...
2007–
2011
Improved the nutritional and health status of people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS by integrated nutrition into HIV/AIDS services at the health facility and community levels. The project’s primary target groups are HIV-positive adults, pregnant and lactating women, and orphans and vulnerable children...
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...
1990–
2007
The Quality Assurance Project (QAP) I, II, and III supported USAID-assisted countries with the development, refinement, and institutionalization of practical approaches to improve the quality of basic health services...
1980–
1991
The PRICOR Project was established to help less developed countries apply practical, decision-oriented research to identify and solve operational problems in the delivery of primary health care, particularly health services vital to child survival...

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