Technical Assistance and Support Contract (TASC) which was an Indefinite Quantity Contract (IQC) that supported USAID Missions and Bureaus in the implementation of strategic objectives pertaining to maternal and child health and nutrition. Work was performed for the Office of Population, Health, Nutrition, and Education.
Improvement of maternal care services: technical assistance to strengthen private sector service delivery, quality assurance, and policy development in the public sector.
Decentralized health service delivery and management and increased availability and use of essential maternal child health and family planning services.
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...
Strengthened the opacity of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) to deliver improved health services to mothers and children.
Overview and Objectives As a subcontractor on the TIPPS Project, URC helped labor unions, private voluntary organizations, employer groups, and companies in gaining a better understanding of the benefits and costs of providing family planning services to their constituents. The technical assistance provided by the project included market research, cost benefit analyses, cost projections, management...
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...