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Arlington, VA —Management Sciences for Health (MSH) announced today that it has been awarded USAID funding to support Nigeria’s National Malaria Elimination Program. MSH will support the delivery of quality services to manage malaria treatment and complications, and to help prevent the disease during pregnancy, with the goal of reducing malaria-related under-five and maternal mortality.

Arlington, VA—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) announced today that it has been selected by USAID to strengthen Benin’s health system with a focus on reducing maternal, newborn, children, and adolescent girls’ mortality and morbidity. MSH will also focus on decentralizing accountability for the health system to local communities—those who best understand their needs and are prepared to address them.

Launch of the 2018 TB Data Fellowship Program to Build Data Analytics Capacity with Ministry of Health and National Tuberculosis Program Staff

Medford, Mass.—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) announced today the appointment of David Humphries as its new Chief Communications Officer. David joins MSH as the newest member of the Senior Leadership team. Since 2000, David has led strategic communications and government relations teams, and has led communications strategies in countries across Europe, Latin America, Africa, the Middle East and Asia in the nonprofit, government and private sector. He will join MSH on May 29.

Leading health systems strengthening organization welcomes distinguished global health leader and innovator to its Board Medford, Mass – Management Sciences for Health (MSH) today announced the appointment of the Honorable Mark Dybul, MD, to its Board of Directors. Dr. Dybul is the Faculty Co-Director of the Center for Global Health and Quality and Professor in the Department of Medicine at Georgetown University Medical Center.

Arlington, VA—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) applauds the U.S. Congress for approving the Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 Appropriations bill, which maintains funding for almost all global health programs at equal or increased levels. We are pleased to see additional funding to further strengthen the ability of the United States to protect against infectious disease outbreaks, both abroad and here at home. This remarkable support from the United States is essential for the health and wellbeing of countless people across the world.

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