MSH works with health leaders throughout the world on global health’s biggest challenges, with a focus on HIV & AIDS, TB, malaria, chronic diseases, family planning, and maternal and child health. Together with our partners, we work toward a shared vision of universal health coverage—accessible, affordable, appropriate health services for all— through stronger health systems.
Our health systems innovations aim to create new ways of achieving widespread use of proven health interventions to benefit the millions of people who currently lack access to prevention and treatment options.
MSH works in partnership with people at all levels of the health system from ministers of health to community leaders to build local capacity. MSH programs deliver sustainable results while empowering local leaders to achieve greater health impact.
Global Health Impact Blog
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