Past consultancy projects

For more than 25 years Liverpool Associates in Tropical Health (LATH) has provided short-term and long-term technical assistance and programme inputs worldwide. 

The client focused services offered were tailored to reflect the different needs of the countries we worked in. Clients included multilaterals such as the World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Commission; bilaterals such as the Department for International Development, UK and the US Agency for International Development as well as Charities such as Comic Relief. 

A project archive providing information on the large programmes that were part of LATH is available below:

Project Archive

Multi Country Sub Saharan Africa

Integrated Control of Schistosomiasis and Intestinal Helminths in sub–Saharan Africa

2010 -2015

Global

CapacityPlus

2009 - 2014

Uganda

District Based HIV/AIDS TB Program – Eastern Region Uganda

2009 - 2014

Nigeria

Northern States Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Initiative (MNCH)

2008 – 2012

Northern Uganda

Impact Evaluation of DFID Programme to Improve Access to Health Care in Northern Uganda

2012 - 2016

Global

USAID Control of Neglected Tropical Diseases

2010 - 2015

Nepal

Nepal’s National Health Sector Programme

2010 - 2013

Zimbabwe

Support to and Impact Monitoring of the DFID Maternal and Newborn Health Programme in Zimbabwe

2009 - 2012

 Malawi

TA Support to National TB programme Malawi MDR TB survey

2008 - 2011

 Malawi Health Research in Medecine Capacity Strengthening Initiative

2008 - 2011

 Southern Sudan Technical Assistance to Health Priorities Programme, Southern Sudan

2008 - 2011

 Somaliland Health Systems Strengthening (HSS) with a Focus on Increasing Human Resources for Health Capacity

2007-2010

 Malawi Technical support to the BSc degree in Medical Laboratory Technology

2007-2009

Global Neglected Tropical Disease (NTD) Control Programme

2006-2011

Global Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS)

2006-2011

Kenya Support to the Delivery of Essential Health Services in Kenya

2005-2011

Global The Capacity Project

2004-2009

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