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URC developed a national strategy and surveillance system to ensure that those meeting poverty criteria have access to high-quality health services.

A CAP-Malaria VMW in Siem Reap Province provides a malaria patient with DOT for three days (2013)

The USAID | PMI Cambodia Malaria Elimination Project is intended to intensify malaria control and elimination activities by providing technical assistance and support to the National Center for Parasitology Entomology and Malaria Control (CNM) to further develop, refine, and evaluate an evidence...

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This project is expected to cover all laboratories at the national, regional, district, and health center levels. Support will focus on increasing access to diagnosis and monitoring services through decentralization and scale up of cost-effective technologies and on overall quality...

Team members work in small groups during a CEPAT coordinators orientation in Jakarta in February 2013.
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Indonesia ranks fifth among the world’s 22 high-burden TB countries. TB is still stigmatized in the southeast Asia country, and only 21% of Indonesians are aware of the risks of TB or how to properly treat it. The country lacks a comprehensive and coordinated approach to engage...

URC provided technical support to ChildFund and the Secretariat of Health to help develop and implement the continuous quality improvement (CQI) process in 16 health facilities in the health region of Francisco Morazán.

The picture shows one forest goer family who receiving the LLIN through the identified touch point in Siem Pang district of Stung Treng province.
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This project aims to prevent malaria and contain the spread of multi-drug resistant Plasmodium falciparum ( P. falciparum ) malaria in the Greater Mekong Subregion. P. falciparum is the most common and the most deadly parasite that causes malaria in humans. The best available treatment...

URC partnered with CH2M HILL to strengthen Iraq's and Afghanistan’s biosecurity capacity to identify and respond to biological and chemical threats. We provided support to the local project teams to assess and enhance capacity to increase detection and diagnosis and report on infectious disease...

URC helped to monitor two types of health care-associated infections that often lead to significant morbidity and mortality: central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSI ) and ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP).

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This nationwide project served the communication needs of local, state, and national organizations in their efforts to prevent and reduce the use and abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drugs. URC helped organizations develop and implement multi-pronged communication strategies to...

URC provided technical assistance in six countries to monitor and evaluate programmatic data with the Global Fund’s (GF’s) Data Quality Audit Tool.