Management Sciences for Health (MSH) has joined the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), one of the largest workplace giving campaigns in the world. During the campaign, federal employees can choose from a list of charities to support by payroll deduction, credit/debit card, check, or cash. They can support MSH specifically by entering 84519 on their CFC pledge form. 

The No More Epidemics campaign has been chosen to serve on the advisory board for the Alliance for Country Assessments for Global Health Security and IHR Implementation. The Alliance, established to support the World Health Organization and countries participating in the Joint External Evaluation as part of the Global Health Security Agenda, will promote transparency between donors, countries, international organizations, financial institutions and non-government actors.

 {Photo credit: Ariadna Capasso}Pat Nicklin, MSH Vice President of Global Partnerships, Marketing and Communications, opens the event.Photo credit: Ariadna Capasso

The MSH-led, USAID funded Leadership, Management and Governance (LMG) Project and Mobility International USA in collaboration with World Learning and the World Bank, are sponsoring the "Brilliant and Resilient: Celebrating the Power of Women Activists with Disabilities" photo exhibition in Washington, DC. Launched on Spetember 21, the exhibit features photos and life stories of women activists with disabilities who have participated in the Mobility International USA Women's Institute on Leadership and Disability (WILD) program.


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