Projects related to Global Health Security
Improving the safety and availability of blood transfusions in four countries
Coordinating sight-saving surgery in Mozambique
Delivering expertise in air filtration technology and testing to meet a critical need for the U.S. Department of Defense
Controlling and Eliminating Neglected Tropical Diseases Among the World’s Most Vulnerable Populations
Supporting sustainable public health interventions and strengthening health systems
We lead the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) project known as Health for Life (H4L).
RTI is the lead implementer of ENVISION, a project that aims to empower governments of endemic countries to lead national NTD control programs and scale up the delivery of preventive medicine for the most common NTDs.
Improving health service delivery through a national health information system and mobile-based disease reporting
Streamlining data collection and sharing through improved informatics and data use within the health sector
Investigating how drones can be used to reduce Zika and dengue virus risk
Our experts have developed a low-cost, low-burden, and scalable tool—dubbed Beacon Relief™—to help disaster relief organizations and governments manage humanitarian logistics.
Open-source mobile tool designed to take on malaria, other infectious diseases
Advancing promising compounds through preclinical and clinical studies for regulatory approval
LuzonHealth – Integrated Maternal, Neonatal, Child Health and Nutrition/Family Planning in the Philippines
Strengthening local health policies and systems to increase service utilization and improve health outcomes for Filipino families
One of the greatest problems afflicting millions of poor families in the Philippines is inequity in health status and access to health care services
A comprehensive education campaign to fight the Zika epidemic in Puerto Rico
Empowering communities to stop the spread of disease
Despite tremendous advances, the vast majority of malaria cases and deaths continue to occur in Africa. In Guinea, a French-speaking coastal country in West Africa, malaria—paludisme in French—is the leading cause of health consultations, hospitalizations, and deaths.
Protecting millions from malaria in Tanzania