Hope for Women and Children in 2013

Hope for Women and Children in 2013

MSH: Saving lives and improving health in 2013.{Image credit: MSH.}Image credit: MSH.

We have seen some remarkable gains in global health in 2012. Yet millions of women, children, and men still die from preventable causes. As we pause and reflect on 2012 and look ahead to the new year, I invite you to read and share some of our favorite blog posts from the year.

It is stories like these that give me hope for women and children around the world in 2013.

Working together toward stronger health systems and health for all!

Jonathan D. Quick, MD, MPH, is president and chief executive officer of Management Sciences for Health. Dr. Quick has worked in international health since 1978. He is a family physician and public health management specialist.

MSH works shoulder-to-shoulder with partners at all levels of the health system to save lives and improve the health of the world's poorest and most vulnerable people -- especially women and children. Please consider a tax-deductible gift to MSH

What is one of your favorite global health stories of 2012? Tell us in the comments.

 

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