The Maram Project: Healthier Palestinian Families

Overview

The Maram Project worked to build Palestinian capacity to deliver health services, including during emergencies. With consortium partners, the USAID Mission, the Ministry of Health of Palestine, local nongovernmental organizations, and networks of village health workers, URC conducted research that assessed health services in the West Bank and Gaza. The research established definitions of health care quality that enabled comparisons among public, private, and United Nations relief services.

Duration
2002 to 2004
Funders 
US Agency for International Development (USAID)
Partners 
IBM Global Services
Regions/ Countries 
Geographic Scope 
Gaza and the West Bank