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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...

Technical Bulletins
October 2015

This presentation was given to the OVC Task Force in October, 2015, on how REVE is reaching 70,000 children affected by HIV and their families in 6 provinces in Côte d’Ivoire.

Evaluation and Assessment Reports
September 2015
English

Reco Industries, on behalf of the Uganda Production for Improved Nutrition project (PIN), is pleased to share with you the completed Livelihoods Landscape Analysis report. This report, titled “Strengthening Market Linkages for Small-holder Rural Farmers in Uganda” provides a comprehensive...

Determining the feasibility of a quality criterion
Publications, Evaluation and Assessment Reports
September 2015
English

This technical report describes the partnership between the USAID Health Care Improvement Project (HCI), the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) and the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator (OGAC) to develop an approach that can be used to harmonize global reporting and...

Project Reports
August 2015
English

This report contains information from a national household survey conducted in Iraq from November 2013 – May 2015. Research was conducted under the Survey of Substance Abuse in Iraq Grant, awarded by the Department of State Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (DOS/INL)...

Publications, Success Stories
August 2015
English

The Promoting Malaria Prevention & Treatment (ProMPT) Ghana project is helping to improve the complex systems that support nationwide malaria surveillance in Ghana.

Publications, Success Stories
August 2015
English

This USAID Success Story explains how the Integrated Family Health Program (PISAF) in Benin developed a strong cadre of professionals in the press, radio, and theater to deliver messages about health and development.

Publications, Project Reports
July 2015
English

This report describes how the Quality Assurance Project (QAP) worked with a URC bilateral health project, Gestión y Calidad en Salud (GCS), and the National TB Control Program of Bolivia's Ministry of Health to implement an improvement collaborative aimed at strengthening the TB program’s...