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USAID Includes TRAction Project in its ‘Best of 2015’ Roundup

A woman in rural Ghana uses an LPG stove for the first time. Credit: Darby Jack, Columbia University 2015
Friday, January 15, 2022
In their December 2015 Global Health Newsletter, USAID includes the work of the TRAction Project in Implementation Research and Delivery Science (IRDS) as one of their highlights of the year. Through its participation in the Collaboration for IRDS, support of key implementation research, and work to elevate discussions around implementation science at global conferences with thoughtleaders and policy makers, the TRAction Project is helping USAID identify priorities around IRDS and build consensus around the need for solutions to critical bottlenecks in implementing and scaling up life-saving interventions and approaches.
To read the USAID 2015 Year in Review Newsletter, click here.


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