Adapted to suit Liberia’s emerging country context, the newly launched Accredited Medicine Store (AMS) program will increase the quality of pharmaceutical services in more populated urban areas and lead to improved access to essential medicines and basic pharmaceutical services and health care referrals in the more remote areas of the country.
Águida Curo Vican, president of the local development committee, leads her community's efforts at improving health: encouraging women to participate in decision-making and men to take an active role in previously-considered "women's issues."
When Abeba, an HIV-positive, soon-to-be mom, is pushed out of her home by her partner and family, her options for supporting her child are dim. Overcome with despair, she boards a bus to Fatsie, where care and support from an MSH-led program help to transform her life.
Management Sciences for Health (MSH), a nonprofit global health organization with experience in over 100 countries, congratulates Ambassador Eric Goosby on his appointment to lead the new Office of Global Health Diplomacy at the U.S. Department of State.
USAID's MEASURE Evaluation, phase III launched a Leadership Development Program, led by Management Sciences for Health (MSH), in the Southeast Asia and Africa regional offices of the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF).
With help from a community health worker and RapidSMS --- a cell phone-based technology being used throughout Rwanda to improve community maternal and child health -- Drocelle gave birth to her fourth child, and, for the first time, delivered at a health center.
A new Virtual Leadership Development Program (VLDP) focused on
identifying and overcoming leadership challenges related to
strengthening monitoring & evaluation (M&E) performance for
health teams working in Anglophone countries will begin on January 21,
2013 under USAID’s MEASURE Evaluation Population and Reproductive Health (PRH) Associate Award, through Management Sciences for Health (MSH).
Twenty-six disabled women activists from Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Eastern Europe, Latin America and the Middle East attended the 6th International Women’s Institute on Leadership and Disability (WILD) in Eugene, Oregon, organized by non-profit organization Mobility International USA (MIUSA).