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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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.

Publications, Conference Posters, Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
December 2015
English

This paper summarizes the major insights shared during the Policy Seminar on Improvement Strategies and Infrastructure for Improving Health Care at the National Level, which was convened at the Health Care Accreditation Council Quality Health Care Conference & Exhibition 2010 in Amman,...

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Publications, Project Presentations
November 2015
English

On October 1st, 2015, URC’s REACH project hosted the “Benchmarking for Early Grade Reading” workshop and webinar.

Doctors, nurses, midwives and other healthcare practitioners benefit from patient simulations, even with low-tech manikins
Success Stories
October 2015

In Cambodia, the USAID Quality Health Services (QHS) Project, URC, utilizes low-tech manikins made of local materials in simulation trainings for doctors, nurses, midwives, and health department staff.

Technical Bulletins
October 2015
English

"PEPFAR 3.0: Controlling the epidemic & delivering on the promise of an AIDS-free generation and implications for OVC programming" was presented to the OVC Task Force in October, 2015, It offers an overview of PEPFAR 3.0, including PEPFAR’s 3 Guiding Pillars, PEPFAR’s Five Key Agendas,...

Technical Bulletins
October 2015

This presentation, made to the OVC Task Force in October, 2015, explores how The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) supports health facilities and local organizations to provide clinical and psychosocial support(PSS) for HIV-positive and -exposed children, as well as OVC; through...

Technical Bulletins
October 2015
English

"Core, Near Core and Non‐Core Activities: How PEPFAR countries prioritize activities, implement priorities, and determine future plans for transition" was presented by Gretchen Bachman, Sr. Advisor & Team Lead for OVC, USAID and Co‐chair, PEPFAR OVC Technical Working Group, on October 7 2015...