USAID funded Child Survival Projects

USAID's Child Survival and Health Program "supports effective community-based maternal and child health programs that contribute to reducing infant, child, maternal and infectious disease-related mortality and morbidity in developing countries." Its objective is to "contribute to sustained improvements in child survival and health outcomes through U.S. private voluntary and nongovernmental organizations (PVOs/NGOs) and their local partners." USAID works to improve the health of vulnerable populations, increase the scale of health interventions, and increase global capacity and leadership for child survival.

CARE is currently implementing four USAID funded projects, including two TB programs in Zambia and India, a maternal and child health program in Nepal, and an early childhood development program in Rwanda. We are pleased to present the following program summaries. We hope to share information about strategies, processes, and results that will benefit others seeking to help in similar ways.

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CRADLE (Nepal)

Kuraneza (Rwanda)

IMPACT (India)