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The Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) Project launched its latest Implementation Kit (I-Kit) on September 30. Focused on resource mobilization, the I-Kit was created to guide organizations seeking to broaden their funding base and move toward organizational sustainability. The kit walks readers through each step of the resource mobilization process — from strategic plan design, to drafting proposals for donors, to writing business plans for funders and investors, and conducting fundraising activities.

MSH is delighted to announce that it has received a grant from Save The Children Canada (SCC) to conduct a costing analysis of its nutrition program in Afghanistan. 

Joint Statement by The Rockefeller Foundation, Save the Children, Management Sciences for Health, Action for Global Health, Community Working Group on Health, Public Health Foundation of India, African Platform for Universal Health Coverage, BRAC, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine & DSW (Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevoelkerung)

{photo credit: MSH}Ben Zinner, COR CSH Program, Floride Niyuhire, Interim COP CSH Program, Tanou Diallo, PACS COPphoto credit: MSH

Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is proud to have a key role in a flagship, 5-year health program in Liberia, the Collaborative Support for Health (CSH) Program. Launched last week by the U.S. Ambassador to Liberia, Deborah Malac, and Liberia’s Minister of Health, Dr. Bernice Dahn, and funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the CSH Program is a core part of USAID/Liberia’s technical assistance to the health sector. 

Management Sciences for Health (MSH) joins the people of Liberia in wholeheartedly celebrating Saturday’s World Health Organization declaration that the country is free of Ebola. Liberia has achieved a major milestone, and can begin to accelerate the journey towards re-building a more resilient health system, trusted by and responsive to the health needs of its people.

Management Sciences for Health (MSH) applauds the nomination by President Obama of Gayle Smith as the new USAID Administrator to succeed Raj Shah. Since 2009, Ms. Smith has served as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Development and Democracy on the National Security Council staff.  She coordinated the Administration's critical initiatives to advance development and global health including the Global Health Security Agenda, Feed the Future, and others. Ms.

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