Content related to Systems Strengthening and Scaling
There's no "app" for development. But the right ICT tools can help achieve better outcomes.
There are numerous obstacles that students in developing countries may face during their journey to learn and grow in school. For some, that obstacle is walking into the classroom for the first time and hearing their teacher speak in a language that they don’t understand. Just as a student’s...
Many studies have focused on how technology is impacting society.
Translating insights from data into operational best practices may be the key to improving health care quality and outcomes while reducing costs.
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has awarded RTI International the Power Africa East Africa Energy Program to expand affordable and reliable electricity services in East Africa, with the ultimate goal of supporting development priorities, including inclusive economic growth...
How can a rural teacher screen for hearing loss using a smart phone? How can health providers and teachers collaborate to improve education for children with vision needs? When should a teacher not assess a child’s vision or hearing?
Health equity remains an elusive challenge to address within our healthcare system.
There’s a growing movement in foreign aid to ensure that the countries and communities that receive assistance also have increased ownership over programs. In his welcome message, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Administrator Mark Green reminded us of this, saying “I believe...
RTI International hosted a panel discussion on building effective integrated health systems to help end maternal and child deaths.
One of the many lessons that I learned in my decades-long career in international development is that foreign assistance does not just benefit those who receive it. From protecting our country against pandemic diseases to fighting extremism by educating at-risk youth, U.S. foreign assistance...
RTI will host a panel discussion on how to address the challenges of providing quality long-term care through policies and practice.
RTI and the Inter-American Development Bank will host a session during the World Water week conference in Stockholm. The session, “Sustainable Withdrawals: How do you know?” will be held at 11 am on Sunday, August 27.
Jennifer E. Spratt, PhD, has conducted research, technical assistance, and capacity development work in 20 countries across the Caribbean, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. Her areas of expertise include strategic and operational planning,...
The delivery of government services throughout Uganda has long been imperiled by a lack of accountability, cumbersome systems, and corruption
Jean-Luc Taton has two decades of experience managing and working on international health projects related to infectious diseases
Controlling and Eliminating Neglected Tropical Diseases Among the World’s Most Vulnerable Populations
Supporting sustainable public health interventions and strengthening health systems
Melinda Taylor leads RTI’s International Education Division, with approximately 500 staff working across Africa, the Middle East, Asia, the US and Europe. With 25 years of experience leading and working on education improvement programs around...