Our Resources

URC produces a wealth of materials—publications, promotional materials, and tools—to support our projects and aid in the sharing of knowledge and best practices.

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In Bangladesh, an MDR-TB DOT provider uses the mHealth app while on a visit to a patient’s home (2015)
Promotional Materials, Posters
October 2016
English

This poster describes an mHealth application, designed and implemented by TB CARE II, used to support the provision of home-based Directly Observed Treatment Short-course (DOTS) in the cPMDT area.

Requirements added to the hospital software at Nam Dinh Provincial Hospital of TB and Lung Diseases are represented by red text (2016)
Promotional Materials, Posters
October 2016
English

Vietnam is a high TB and MDR-TB burden country. All 63 provinces and 713 districts have health facilities with TB diagnostic and treatment capability.

Publications, Project Presentations
October 2016
English

The TB Care II project team shares its results on the success of integrating FAST activities into the regular daily activities at hospitals in Vietnam. This helped shorten the infectious periods and reduce times to diagnosis and treatment initiation. It also allowed existing hospital staff to...

Publications, Project Presentations
October 2016
English

TB CARE II was a USAID funded project from 2011-2015. Its aim was to support the National TB Program reduce morbidity and mortality due to TB. One of the objectives of the project was to strengthen management of MDR TB through early detection, quality diagnosis and treatment. The community based...

In Botswana, pusetso members presents the final outcomes of the LTFU improvement change idea at the Palla Road Kgotla (2016)
Publications
October 2016
English

This ASSIST case study describes how the community improvement team in Palla Road village worked with facility staff to figure out how to leverage existing community platforms and resources to locate patients who were lost to follow-up (LTFU) and return to HIV care at the local facility.

Publications
October 2016
English

This report documents recent efforts by USAID, the Joint Learning Network (JLN), the World Health Organization (WHO), and USAID’s Health Finance and Governance (HFG) and Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems.

Dr. Silva and members of the CDC LAC team.
Training Manuals and Guides
September 2016
English, Spanish

The following training materials are to be used to train the trainers of the HIV Co-Infection Surveillance Strategies for Program Planning in the Central America Region (CDC-LAC) project.

Publications, Success Stories
September 2016
English

ASSIST’s work in Kenya has been purposefully designed to institutionalize the capacity for continuous improvement in national, county, and facility structures for health care delivery.

Publications, Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
August 2016
English

The Mawa Project employs SBC strategies with households and communities to improve nutrition and reduce stunting among children under two. URC developed a series of 35 action cards, each illustrating one project-promoted behavior, that are used at household and community group levels. This paper...

Toolkits
August 2016
English

Join global literacy activists on September 8, 2016 and tell the world why reading is important to you!