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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Promotional Materials, Technical Briefs
English

This technical brief describes URC's work in HIV/AIDS.

Promotional Materials, Project Brochures
English

This project brochure describes the work of the Strengthening Uganda’s Systems for Treating AIDS Nationally (SUSTAIN) project.

SUSTAIN is a five-year USAID-funded project with three primary objectives:

Support the delivery of HIV/AIDS services, Enhance the quality of these services...
ProMPT Highlights
Promotional Materials, Project Brochures
English

This brief highlights the Promoting Malaria Prevention and Treatment (ProMPT) project in Ghana, funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under the President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI).

Promotional Materials, Project Brochures
English

The USAID-funded TRAction Project awarded funding in August 2011 to Seattle-based PATH to conduct research on behavior change communication (BCC) strategies that will increase the acquisition and correct use of improved cookstoves in Uganda. The research aims to identify successful BCC...

Promotional Materials, Project Brochures
English

This provides an overview of the Primary Health Care Project in Iraq (PHCPI). PHCPI is a four-year project (2011-2015) funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and managed by URC and Management Systems International (MSI). The project‘s objectives are to strengthen...

Promotional Materials, Fact Sheets
English

Malaria control activities in Thailand have been very successful in reducing malaria transmission. However, as malaria control programs are being integrated into the routine health system at the provincial level, local health systems must be strengthened to maintain vigilant control efforts....

Promotional Materials, Technical Briefs
English

The USAID Primary Health Care Project in Iraq (PHCPI) is collaborating with the Iraqi Ministry of Health (MOH) to improve access to and quality of primary health care (PHC) services throughout the country. A major component of the project’s work over the last three years has been to introduce an...

Promotional Materials, Project Brochures
English

Despite the progress that Uganda has made in recent years on the Millennium Development targets for tuberculosis (TB), the Ugandan Ministry of Health has noted that significant challenges remain. These include the emergence of drug-resistant TB (DR-TB), a very high TB/HIV co-infection rate, sub-...

Promotional Materials, Project Brochures
English

The USAID-funded TRAction Project awarded funding in September 2011 to Impact Carbon to conduct research on behavior change communication (BCC) strategies that will increase the acquisition and correct use of improved cookstoves in Uganda. The research aims to identify successful BCC strategies...

Promotional Materials, Project Brochures
English

This factsheet describes the Primary Health Care Project in Iraq (PHCPI)'s strategies and collaborative efforts with the Ministry of Health (MOH) to improve health services for internally displaced persons in Iraq. The PHCPI is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (...