UC Berkeley is collaborating with other leading universities and civil society actors across the globe on understanding how conflict impacts health and how violations of international law can exacerbate health crises.
Machine learning approaches to program evaluation applied to a diabetes program in Mexican IMSS clinics
Assessing the impact of a girl-focused, integrated adolescent package which generates demand for all steps in the HIV cascade.
The CAS application is a mobile technology designed for Anganwadi workers (AWW), community health workers in India, to improve their identification, follow up, and referral of at-risk children and mothers.
The Global Health Economics Consortium (GHECon) brings together UCSF health economists and colleagues at UC Berkeley and Stanford to support the capacity of national and local jurisdictions to design and deliver efficient, high-quality preventive and treatment health services.
This work seeks to decrease incidence of HIV and unintended pregnancies in Tanzania through the creation of adolescent girls and young women (AGYW)-friendly drug shops and the distribution of HIV self-test kits alongside contraception and linkages to care.
HEARD addresses “know-do” gaps, or delays, in the discovery of effective interventions and their wide-scale application. HEARD emphasizes local ownership and partnerships in order to scale up equitable and sustainable efforts.