USAID HCI Project

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The USAID HCI Project is USAID’s global mechanism for technical leadership & assistance to improve the quality of health systems in 27 USAID-assisted countries.

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#KnowledgeManagement Training Day 2! Esther and Phindile help each other refine their learning questions

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Nurses play a vital role in cardiovascular risk factor screening, including counseling patients and documenting risk factors and interventions. Nana Chkhikvadze, nurse at Orpiri Village Ambulatory. Photo by Eka Cherkezishvili. http://bit.ly/Q1VyPj

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Dr. Natela Berodze, Family Physician, Mr. Emzari Gabadadze, and Dr. Koka Liluashvili, Improvement Advisor, discuss chronic disease self-management and the importance of reducing risk factors for a heart attack in the Village Ambulatory Clinic of Orpiri, Georgia. Photo by Eka Cherkezishvili. Read more: http://bit.ly/Q1VyPj.

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#CHWs vegetable garden at a health hut in Mbour district, #Senegal #globalhealth http://on.fb.me/Sk7HOe

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HCI-supported facilities largely closed the antenatal care (ANC) testing gap by Q4 2011, maintaining a counseling & testing rate uptake among first ANC clients of more than 95% http://bit.ly/NkNAKm

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Regional Hosp. CTC in charge Dr. Rita Lyamuya (2nd left) explains Hospital CTC activities to Ms. Berengaut (left)

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#MNCH report: Helping Babies Breathe training equipment for provider training in Uganda http://bit.ly/O5BHgW

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#MNCH report: Locally made newborn resuscitation table provided to facilities in Uganda http://bit.ly/O5BHgW

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#MNCH report: Photo of locally made newborn resuscitation model for provider training, Uganda http://bit.ly/O5BHgW

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Hospital staff apply Helping Babies Breathe methodology in newborn resuscitation training, Afghanistan #5thBDay

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Coach assesses newborn resuscitation skills of health provider after HelpingBabiesBreathe training Uganda #5thBDay

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#Kenya study: Quality Improvement teams shared experiences at regional meetings #globalhealth http://bit.ly/I9Itfg

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#Kenya study: Implementing partners found new ways to address #nutrition needs. #globalhealth http://bit.ly/I9Itfg

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#Kenya case study: Caregivers, communities play huge role in improving care for #vulnerable children #globalhealth

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