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About HaRP

The U.S. Agency for International Development Health Research Program (HaRP) is designed to accelerate the development, introduction and translation of research products into effective implementation by USAID and partner country health programs. Learn more »

Highlights
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Health-Related Research and Development Progress Report

This report provides an update, broken down by health area, on the Agency’s work under its multiyear strategy for health-related research and development. Read the report

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USAID Health Research Program End of Project Event

U.S. Agency for International Development's (USAID's) Health Research Program (HaRP) is sharing its collective experiences accelerating the development, introduction, and translation of research into effective implementation. Learn more

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Continuing Education Training on Household Air Pollution

HaRP's TRAction Project, in collaboration with the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves, held the first ever Continuing Medical Education training on household air pollution for clinicians in Accra, Ghana. Read about the successful event.

Stories from the field
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MORE MOTHERS AND NEWBORNS SURVIVE DELIVERY IN INDIA

Mortality rates drop dramatically with greater access to quality care

Like every day, Satyavati Devi has just finished singing the same lullaby to her 3-month-old son, Shubham. And like every day, Shubham quickly falls asleep in his mother’s arms to the gentle sounds of her humming.
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Focus Areas