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All children and adolescents should have the opportunity to meet their full potential of physical, mental, and social well-being. The CaTSS OVC Direct Service Support program worked with community leaders and caregivers to re-enroll children in school who had been orphaned or affected by HIV and AIDS.

 {Photo Credit: MSH}Fire due to a power surge erupts at Mangochi District Hospital in Malawi, destroying critical vaccine supplies.Photo Credit: MSH

When a fire recently destroyed the Maternal and Child Health block of Mangochi District Hospital in Malawi, vaccines intended for the more than 45,000 children and an equal number of pregnant women that the hospital serves were destroyed. The vaccine depot housed in this block supports the distribution of vaccines to 44 fixed sites and 312 outreach sites for administration to children and pregnant women as part of the National Expanded Program on Immunizations (EPI).

 {Photo Credit: Denise Museminali/MSH} Women waiting at a health center in Rwanda hold up their health insurance identification cards.Photo Credit: Denise Museminali/MSH

The USAID-supported, MSH-led Rwanda Health Systems Strengthening (RHSS) Project works to reinforce the Rwandan government's capacity to plan, lead, and implement strategic interventions to strengthen key health system structures and processes, all while building sustainability and country ownership.

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