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Medford, Mass—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) announced today that it has been awarded a grant to strengthen the Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC) ability to deliver health basic services in the province of Kasaï-Central, an area beleaguered by ongoing armed conflict since 2016. The $1.36 million activity, called USAID-PROSANIplus Secours d’urgence sanitaire au Kasaï (PROSANI-SUS) — funded by the Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA), the unit of USAID that leads and coordinates the U.S.

{Photo credit: Leslie Alsheimer}Photo credit: Leslie Alsheimer

 (En Español) Public-private partnership offers a replicable model that can save lives around the world   Water engineering specialist INCLAM Group partners with Management Sciences for Health-Peru and the Peruvian government to install purification systems in Peru’s Amazon region affected by oil spills Modular system uses local and easy-to-source materials MSH-Peru coaches residents on safe collection, storage, and use of clean water; Handwashing and proper human waste disposal for health promotion and disease prevention

Arlington, VA—September 14, 2017—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) announced today that it has been awarded the Safe, Affordable, and Effective Medicines for Ukrainians (SAFEMed) Project. This five-year, $12.4 million contract funded by US Agency for International Development (USAID)/Ukraine will support reforms in managing medicines through strengthening pharmaceutical sector governance, optimizing pharmaceutical sector finance, and supporting improved availability and use of essential medicines.

Arlington, VA—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) has been selected by CH2M Hill, a Colorado-based consulting firm, to be a partner on the Cooperative Biological Engagement Program (CBEP) in Vietnam.

A partnership between MSH affiliate MSH-Peru, Spanish water engineering company Inclam, and Peruvian authorities, titled Water is Health, has brought safe drinking water to thousands of people across Peru’s indigenous communities without access to water or whose water sources have been contaminated.

Management Sciences for Health (MSH) offers its condolences to all those affected in Sierra Leone after recent devastating floods and a mudslide claimed hundreds of lives, with thousands of residents still missing and displaced. We are thankful to report that all MSH staff members are safe. We recognize the potential complex effects of this disaster on the government of Sierra Leone and our partners, and are closely following and monitoring the mechanisms that have been created to respond to the situation.

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