Explore our projects to learn more about our work.
CIRCLE provides technical, logistical, and administrative support to the USAID Health Research Program. The goal of the project is to coordinate and support research-to-use activities to improve health outcomes and increase survival of newborns, children, and women.
HEARD undertakes research efforts to accelerate progress towards achieving USAID’s global health and development goals. The HEARD Project focuses on evaluative and targeted research that accelerates research-to-use processes and specific research activities.
The TRAction project (2011-2017) developed, tested, and compared different approaches to effectively deliver, increase use, and scale-up maternal, newborn, and child health interventions. Led by the University Research Co., LLC with the Harvard School of Public Health, TRAction was a flagship project for the Health Research Program.