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Health Research Challenge for Impact (HRCI) Project

Translating Research into Action (TRAction) Project

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About HaRP
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The Health Research Program (HaRP) provides USAID with mechanisms by which to conduct health research for the development and testing of new and better tools, technologies, approaches, policies and/or interventions to improve the health status of infants, children, mothers, and families in developing and transitional countries. HaRP research activities fall under two cooperative agreements: the Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Bloomberg School of Public Health’s Health Research Challenge for Impact (HRCI) Project and the University Research Co., LLC’s (URC’s) Translating Research into Action (TRAction) Project. These two projects reflect HaRP’s research-to-use framework. The HRCI and TRAction Projects, along with a range of other existing and future USAID health, nutrition, and family planning research activities, provide USAID with important mechanisms to address critical global health issues.

Contract Mechanisms: Access to the HRCI and TRAction Projects

Questions? Contact us at harp@aimglobalhealth.org.

 
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Partners
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Harvard School of Public Health
 
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International Center for Diarrheal Disease Research, Bangladesh (ICDDR,B)
 
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Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHU)
 
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Save the Children-USA (SC-USA)
 
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University Research Co., LLC
 
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WHO: Child and Adolescent Health and Development (CAH)