Next week, MSH will join more than 15,000 global leaders, policymakers, researchers, and advocates at the 22nd International AIDS Conference: "Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges." AIDS 2018 aims to promote human rights-based and evidence-informed HIV responses that are tailored to the needs of particularly vulnerable communities—including displaced populations, men who have sex with men, sex workers, transgender people, women and girls, and young people.
Ten years ago, MSH began working in Nigeria to save lives and improve health by strengthening health systems. The 10th year anniversary celebrates the work of MSH and the establishment of its Abuja location.
Investing in strong health systems is imperative to ending preventable maternal, newborn, and child deaths. Please join us for a discussion on the impact and importance of health systems strengthening in advancing maternal, newborn, and child survival around the world.
Join the conversation on Twitter using #SaveMomsandKids and follow MSH's policy handle, @MSHACTS.
Karen Cavanaugh, Director, Office of Health Systems, USAID
Robert Clay, Vice President of Global Health, Save the Children US
MSH is a founding member of the Massachusetts Global Health Alliance (MGHA) and is excited to share this event.
The Massachusetts Global Health Alliance (MGHA) welcomes Seun Adebiyi. Come hear Seun speak about surviving cancer, founding the Bone Marrow Registry in Nigeria, his global leadership in cancer advocacy, and how he did it all while training for the Olympics.
We invite you to join us for a 3-day virtual seminar on the subject of West African Ebola outbreak from October 28 – 30, 2014. This seminar is provided free of charge and is targeted to anyone interested in preparedness and response to any Ebola outbreak, trends, approaches, and specific interventions that are needed.