{Photo credit: Aor Ikyaabo, MSH}Representative of the Hon. Minister of Health, Mr. Arioye Segilola (right), and Dr. Zipporah Kpamor, Country Representative for MSH with other dignitaries displaying the unveiled 2016 National Guidelines on HIV/AIDS in Kaduna State, Nigeria.Photo credit: Aor Ikyaabo, MSH

On June 20, 2017, the National AIDS and STIs Control Programme of the Federal Ministry of Health in collaboration with Management Sciences for Health (MSH) hosted the launch of the North-West Zonal Dissemination of the 2016 National Guidelines for HIV Prevention Treatment and Care, in Kaduna State, Nigeria.

 {Photo credit: MSH}Mexican midwives, Amalia Sánchez Gómez (left) and Sebastiana Vázquez Gómez (right), with the FCI Program of MSH's Ariadna Capasso (center).Photo credit: MSH

Midwives are making a difference in the world. This was the resounding theme from last week’s Congress hosted by the International Confederation of Midwives (ICM). Toronto, Canada, opened its doors to more than 4,000 midwives, leaders, and advocates from more than 114 countries. They brought their passion and commitment for improving maternal and newborn health worldwide.

What is the evidence base for strengthening and sustaining responsive and resilient pharmaceutical systems? The USAID-funded Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS) Program, led by MSH, is pleased to issue an open and global call for case studies of sustained improvements in pharmaceutical systems in low-and middle-income countries. The case studies should demonstrate how pharmaceutical systems strengthening strategies and actions have improved access to and appropriate use of pharmaceutical prodcucts and services for better health outcomes. 


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