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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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Publications, Annual Reports
June 2016
English

With support from the US Agency for International Development (USAID), University Research Co., LLC (URC) has implemented the Georgia TB Prevention Project (TPP), a five-year project working with the National Tuberculosis Program (NTP) to strengthen active case finding and improve the quality of...

The TB CARE II Project in Malawi worked with the NTP to improve the detection, prevention and treatment of TB and integrate TB/HIV services
Project Reports
June 2016
English

This at-a-glance report highlights major accomplishments of the TB CARE II Project in Malawi.

Screen shot of case study
Case Studies
June 2016
English

A quality improvement team in Kitgum Hospital in Northern Uganda identified gaps and tested several interventions to improve the enrollment and treatment of eligible clients with RUTF. They gradually improved enrollment from 30% in June 2015 to maintaining 100% enrollment through April 2016.

Promotional Materials, Posters
April 2016
English

URC staff presented a poster called 'Using Quality Improvement Interventions to Improve Laboratory Services at Public Healthcare Facilities in Uganda' at the International Forum that took place in Gothenburg, Sweden on April 12-15, 2016.

Roselyn Oyella (VMMC Counselor) assesses a client who had returned to the hospital for post-operative care, Gulu RRH
Promotional Materials, Posters
April 2016
English

URC staff presented a poster called 'Using Quality Improvement Interventions to Improve Laboratory Services at Public Healthcare Facilities in Uganda' at the International Forum that took place in Gothenburg, Sweden on April 12-15, 2016.

Publications, Promotional Materials, Posters
April 2016
English

At the International Forum that took place in Gothenburg, Sweden on April 12-15, 2016, Tamar Chitashvili presented the poster, 'Rationale for improving integrated service delivery: Reduced cost and improved care in Georgia'.

Publications, Promotional Materials, Posters
April 2016
English

At the International Forum that took place in Gothenburg, Sweden on April 12-15, 2016, the poster "Increasing Male Partner Engagement in Elimination of Mother-To-Child Transmission of HIV (eMTCT) in Uganda: Case Study of Mbale Regional Referral Hospital" was presented.

Publications, Promotional Materials, Posters
April 2016
English

At the International Forum that took place in Gothenburg, Sweden on April 12-15, 2016, the poster "Increasing Male Partner Engagement in Elimination of Mother-To-Child Transmission of HIV (eMTCT) in Uganda: Case Study of Mbale Regional Referral Hospital" was presented.

Adolescents awaiting HTC services at the Young Child Clinic at Soroti RRH
Promotional Materials, Posters
April 2016
English

At the International Forum that took place in Gothenburg, Sweden on April 12-15, 2016, 'Increasing the Numbers of Children Accessing HIV Testing and Counseling at Soroti Regional Referral Hospital in Uganda' was presented.

An illustration from the TB & Diabetes poster of a doctor screening a patient
Fact Sheets, Posters, Pamphlets
April 2016
English

This document defines the connection between TB and diabetes