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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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Evaluation and Assessment Reports
January 2016

Over the course of 25 months (January 1, 2014-January 31, 2016), the Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s Cooperative Biological Engagement Program (CBEP) assisted the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan to enhance biosecurity and biosafety (BS&S) standards and procedures, as well as to strengthen...

Promotional Materials, Press Releases
January 2016
English

TRAction supports implementation research to provide critically-needed evidence to program implementers and policy-makers addressing maternal and child health issues.

Evaluation and Assessment Reports
January 2016

The Cooperative Biological Engagement Program (CBEP) assisted the government of Iraq to address obligations assumed by signing United Nations National Security Council Resolution 1540 (2004).

CBEP focuses on biological agents and seeks to enhance clinical, laboratory, and epidemiological...

Publications, Tools, Advocacy and Community Engagement Guides, Job Aids, Training Manuals and Guides
December 2015
English

URC developed this 30-page guide to help health care providers in South Africa detect and treat TB. It explains, for example, detecting and treating TB in children, how to perform and read skin tests, detecting and treating TB in people who are HIV-positive, and treatment regimens.

Publications, Annual Reports, Project Reports, Research Reports, Success Stories
December 2015
English

Collaborative improvement is a QI strategy to improve the quality of care and facilitate the emergence of a culture of quality in a network of participating sites, by bringing together the energy and creativity of different sites to address key quality issues in an efficient and effective...

Publications, Annual Reports, Methodology Reports, Project Reports, Research Reports
December 2015
English

This assessment examined the varying ways that the USAID Health Care Improvement Project (HCI) has facilitated the institutionalization of improvement at the national level across 17 HCI-supported countries.

Publications
December 2015
English

The Infant and Young Child Nutrition ( IYCN ) Project, which is funded by USAID and led by PATH with support from URC, have launched a new set of tools on nutrition and agriculture that would help development workers in agriculture maximize nutritional benefits for women, children, and other...

Publications, Project Reports, Tools, Campaign Posters and Novelty Items
December 2015
English

The Urban Youth Public Education campaign’s processes and strategies provide an important model for the prevention community.

Tools, Campaign Posters and Novelty Items, Job Aids, Pamphlets, Training Manuals and Guides
December 2015
English

This booklet was developed to guide users to accurately use malaria RDTs which are dependent on the correctness of preparation and interpretation of the tests. The job aid is intended to ensure that users of malaria RDTs have training and instructions in a format and language that they readily...

Publications, Project Reports, Promotional Materials, Technical Briefs
December 2015

South Africa, with an estimated number of 490,000 new tuberculosis (TB) cases in 2009, ranks fourth among the 22 high-burden TB countries in the world.