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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.

Fact Sheets
October 2015

Founded in May 2001, the Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) Task Force is a coalition of over sixty non-governmental organizations, donors, and experts, working to develop and implement innovative solutions that meet the needs and build on the assets of highly vulnerable children and their...

Posters
August 2015
English

The prevalence of stunting in male children under five (CU5) in Zambia is 42%, while female stunting is 38%. This difference is magnified in Zambia’s Eastern Province, where the Feed the Future (FTF) Zambia Mawa Project works to improve household nutrition among 12,500 households in Chipata and...

Promotional Materials, Project Brochures
July 2015
English

LBK uses the concept of a health promotion caravan with a traveling bus as a platform for DOH and local government units to reach poor families and communities with messages on key healthy behaviors and basic health care services.

Promotional Materials, Technical Briefs
November 2013

Building on previous assessments of in-service training effectiveness and in keeping with a learning for improvement approach, the USAID Health Care Improvement Project (HCI) facilitated a global process that engaged training program providers, professional and regulatory bodies, Ministries of...

Promotional Materials, Promotional Presentations
May 2013
English

URC's Senior Quality Improvement Advisor, Dr. Tana Wuliji, gave this presentation as part of a panel addressing the topic, "Strengthening investments through better use of evidence: Improving the well-being of women, newborns and children" during the Women Deliver Conference on May 30, 2013, in...

Promotional Materials, Promotional Presentations
April 2013
English

Ms. Hannah Koenker, Sr. Program Officer, USAID NetWorks Project , Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Program, gave this presentation at the "Mosquito Be Dead: Developments in Malaria...

Promotional Materials, Project Brochures
February 2013
English

Incorporating USAID and Global Health Initiative guidance, the Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) Project presents a holistic approach to gender integration in health care quality improvement.

Promotional Materials, Project Brochures
February 2013
English

The USAID Health Care Improvement Project (HCI) is a six-year Indefinite Quantity Contract issued in September 2007 by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to University Research Co., LLC (URC).

Promotional Materials, Technical Briefs
November 2012
English

This technical brief describes how the Better Health Services (BHS) project uses Conditional Cash Transfers (CCTs) to overcome financial barriers and increase the demand for maternal and child health (MCH) services in Cambodia.