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Technical Brief: USAID Community Capacity for Health Program – Community-Led Transport Solutions Improve Access to Health Care

In Madagascar, the mortality rates for mothers and children under five (CU5) were 335 and 51 per 100,000 in 2019, respectively. Delays in seeking access to quality care are a key contributor to maternal and under-five...

Technical Brief: Establishing a Sustainable Model for Professional Driver Training in Uganda

This technical brief presents the details of the PDT-U project, which was implemented in partnership with the Ugandan Government and funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), the...

Technical Brief: Empowering road freight transport operators to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic

Since 2016, Transaid’s Professional Driver Training – Uganda project (PDTU) has been working to improve the capacity of heavy goods vehicle (HGV) and passenger service vehicle (PSV) drivers in Uganda. The COVID-19 pandemic,...

Manual: eBox Management Guidelines (Malagasy)

The USAID Community Capacity for Health program is an integrated community health program funded by USAID for five years (June 2016- June 2021). The program, Mahefa Miaraka, is implemented by JSI Research & Training...

Manual: eBox Management Guidelines

The USAID Community Capacity for Health program is an integrated community health program funded by USAID for five years (June 2016- June 2021). The program, Mahefa Miaraka, is implemented by JSI Research & Training...

MAMaZ Against Malaria at Scale: Midline Survey Report

The MAM@Scale project is a scale up of the pilot project which was carried out in Serenje district between July 2017 and July 2018. The main objective of conducting the midline review was to gauge progress to date of the...

Professional Driver Training – Uganda project: Leveraging the private sector’s support in reducing road traffic fatalities and saving lives in Uganda

Based on data gathered in 2016, the World Health Organisation’s Global Status Report on Road Safety (2018) reported an estimated 1.35 million deaths on our roads, with a significant number of people also suffering injury...

Results of a community-driven intervention in rural Zambia to reduce child mortality – Evidence Brief

As the global development agenda converges around the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and aims for Universal Health Coverage (UHC), there is much emphasis on the need for an inclusive development approach. To achieve...

Importance of gender empowerment to reducing malaria mortality in Zambia – Evidence Brief

Gender equality and women’s empowerment are key to achieving universal health coverage. They are also important in their own right as a means to achieve sustainable development. Building on a successful gender mainstreaming...

Adapting a severe malaria intervention in Zambia in the context of COVID-19 – Evidence Brief

In early March 2020, coronavirus (COVID-19) was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization. Many countries had started to take steps to isolate suspected cases, ban mass gatherings and public events, close schools...

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