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United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

Below is a listing of projects funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID):

Transparency, Corruption and Anti-Retrovirals Management

This program is broken into four tasks designed to focus on ARV management systems and policy development. The tasks focus on regional strategies for improved ARV management and distribution, development and coordination of policies at the ministerial level, establishment of a prototype to implement final policies at the country level, trainings on policy implementation, and development of an operations research unit and ARV database to assist countries with the management of ARVs. This project is focused in ECOWAS countries with the assistance of WAHO.

Start Date: 
2005

IFESH's Teach for Africa and International Fellows Training

The program places accredited teaching professionals, administrators and college professors in sub-Saharan African countries to help improve the educational systems of selected nations.

Start Date: 
2004

IFESH's Teach for Africa and International Fellows Training

The program places accredited teaching professionals, administrators and college professors in sub-Saharan African countries to help improve the educational systems of selected nations.

Start Date: 
2002

IFESH's Teach for Africa and International Fellows Training

The program places accredited teaching professionals, administrators and college professors in sub-Saharan African countries to help improve the educational systems of selected nations.

Start Date: 
2001

IFESH's Teach for Africa and International Fellows Training

The program places accredited teaching professionals, administrators and college professors in sub-Saharan African countries to help improve the educational systems of selected nations.

Start Date: 
2000

Tulane University and Kinshasa School of Public Health Partnership - Training, Research, Information Management and Community Based Program

This project focuses on the desirability of family planning and reduction of the spread of STD/HIV infections in selected countries (primarily Francophone) in West and Central Africa.  Tulane is the prime subcontractor to JHPIEGO for the Operations Research component of this project, designed to test alternative strategies for change and to promote the use of operations research as a management tool.   The contract supports applied research, integration of Operations Research into Public Health Schools, and other institution-building activities in the region.  Tulane is also responsible fo

Start Date: 
2002

Twubakane DHP Child Survival, Malaria and Nutrition Program, Rwanda and Malaria Operational Plan

Tulane University’s overall responsibilities were focused  on working to improve access to and strengthen the quality of malaria, nutrition and child health interventions provided by the decentralized health system and, specifically, to assist the GOR and its partners to expand the range of child survival, nutrition, and malaria services available, both facility-based and community-based, as well as to increase and ensure the quality of those services in the USAID target health districts.

Start Date: 
2005

Rationale for IPA through DHHS Office of Refugee Health

Assist USAID’s Africa Bureau first year needs in developing strategies and managing programs related to conflict prevention/management and transition under USAID’s strategic objective S010 (“Policies, strategies, and programs improved for preventing, mitigating, and transitioning out of crisis”), through technical services.  Tasks included development of a lesson learned format based upon the assessment research and analysis of previous AB activities with specific aim to identify methods for the maximization of linkages between relief and development.  Provide training in applied developme

Start Date: 
1995

Sante Famille et Prevention du SIDA (SFPS) = Family Health & AIDS (FHA) West and Central Africa Regional Project

A regional project focusing on reproductive health but also with HIV/AIDS and child survival components.  Five different agencies (Tulane, JHPIEGO, JHU/CCP, PSI, FHI) where each prime contractors and worked with a Unified Management Team approach to jointly program and executed yearly work plans supporting country offices and activities in Cote d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Togo and Cameroon.

Start Date: 
1998

Linking Complex Emergency Response and Transition Initiative (CERTI) Rwanda Mission

The Complex Emergency Response and Transition Initiative (CERTI) is an interagency initiative funded in part by USAID. This initiative addresses the challenges of programming international assistance to achieve health security within the context of increasingly frequent and severe conflict-related crises (complex emergencies) in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).

Start Date: 
1999

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