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URC supported the Millennium Challenge Account/Mongolia to expand coverage of services for injuries and noncommunicable diseases; such as heart attacks, cervical cancer, and strokes; to reach 95% of the country’s population.

URC provided technical support to improve maternal and neonatal health through supporting an initial collaborative and building improvement capacity in Belize.
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This activity identified the areas with higher HIV concentration of key populations and where HIV incidence was likely to be high; analyzed the epidemiological profile; characteristics, and behaviors of these key populations; assessed current program coverage; analyzed the design and...

URC provided technical support to the Ministry of Health and Social Services for reducing the transmission of HIV and other blood-borne pathogens among patients and providers during delivery of medical injections.

URC helped to improve health care services and increase service access and utilization.

Working closely with the National TB Program, the Vietnam Administration for HIV/AIDS Control, and provincial health departments, URC is providing technical support to improve the quality of and integrate treatment services for TB and HIV in two provinces.

The activities build upon prior...

URC participated in a 12-month multi-country evaluation of three models of providing HIV testing and counseling (HTC) in outpatient department (OPD) settings.

The Infant and Young Child Nutrition (IYCN ) project is improving the nutritional status of mothers, infants, and young children and the HIV-free survival of children. IYCN focuses on proven interventions that are effective from the start of pregnancy through the first two years of life.

URC is providing technical assistance to prime contractor Terre des Hommes on this project. We are training project staff and key Ministry of Health staff in improvement, coaching and mentoring for quality improvement.

Nursing Officer-Member of the IDCAP Mobile Team: Leading a training session for multidisciplinary service providers at Kungulumira Health Center IV in Uganda

The Integrated Infectious Disease Capacity-Building Evaluation (IDCAP), managed by URC's non-profit affiliate the Center for Human Services, evaluated a cost-effective method to build capacity among non-physican clinicians in sub-Saharan Africa for the treatment and prevention of infectious...