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New WASH Publication

Published results from a study conducted
by UC Berkeley& Universidad  del Valle  de
Guatemala explain how poor sanitation
may pose a greater health risk in high
density communities. 
Read the article

Call for Case Studies

The Collaboration for IRDS is offering
an opportunity for researchers, decision-
makers and other stakeholders engaged
in implementation science to highlight their
global work by submitting case studies for
consideration in a case study compendium.
More details here

TRAction at ICFP

TRAction participated in 
the International Conference 
on Family Planning in 
Indonesia in January.
Read about our involvement

TRAction 2015 Highlights

TRAction had a busy and productive
2015 with nine new research awards,
participation in numerous global
events and sparking dialog to advance
implementation science.
Read our 2015 highlights to learn more
Tanzanian child recieves malaria treatment, ©2007 Bonnie Gillespie, Courtesy of Photoshare

iCCM Policy Paper

Recent special issue of Health Policy
and Planning featuring integrated
community case management (iCCM).
The supplement presents cross-country
analysis of health policy development in
in five countries. 
iCCM policy processes journal supplement
Video Shared Sanitation Facilities in Mozambique

WASH Video

TRAction partners are conducting a
study on shared sanitation facilities
in Maputo, Mozambique. For high
density populations, shared facilities
are a practical strategy to provide
improved toilets and water access.
Watch the video to learn more
Mothers and babies at Kibaoni Health Center, Courtesy of Photoshare

WHO Statement

The WHO statement on
the prevention and elimination
of disrespect and abuse
during facility-based childbirth
builds on TRAction's work!
Read the WHO statement here: [node:title]

More on TRAction's Respectful Maternal Care Work

Front Page Content


The Translating Research Into Action (TRAction) Project, funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development, focuses on implementation science related to maternal, newborn, and child health. TRAction supports implementation research to provide critically-needed evidence to program implementers and policy makers on how to implement new and proven health interventions at scale and across different contexts.


A woman in rural Ghana uses an LPG stove for the first time. Credit: Darby Jack, Columbia University 2015
January 15, 2016
In their December 2015 Global Health Newsletter, USAID includes the work of the TRAction Project in...
December 08, 2015

As part of the Collaboration for Implementation Research and Delivery Science (IRDS), TRAction...


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