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MSH is pleased to announce that we have won the follow-on program to our successful Securing Ugandans' Right to Essential Medicines (SURE) program. USAID has awarded MSH US$29.9 million over a five-year period to increase the availability, accessibility and appropriate use of essential medicines and health supplies for Ugandans. The new program, Systems Strengthening and Health Commodities (SSHC), will be based in Kampala with Dr. Birna Trap as Chief of Party. The project is part of the portfolio of MSH's Center for Pharmaceutical Management led by Vice President Douglas Keene.

Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is pleased to announce that Lawrence K. Fish has joined our Board of Directors. Mr. Fish is the former Chairman and CEO of Citizens Financial Group, Inc. (CFG), a multi-state commercial bank holding company headquartered in Providence, Rhode Island. “We are privileged to be joined by such a highly regarded businessman, who also brings early career experience in international development,” said MSH President and CEO Jonathan D. Quick.

Diverse Coalition of 80 Groups Calls on Obama Administration to Allow U.S. Foreign Assistance for Abortion Care In a letter to President Obama, a broad-based coalition of leading domestic and global organizations spanning women’s rights, health, human rights, reproductive justice, young people, the LGBT community, faith, and development are calling for an end to the incorrect implementation of the Helms Amendment in order to save women’s lives and protect their wellbeing. 

Patricia Bland Nicklin

Management Sciences for Health, an international nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives and improving health of the world’s most vulnerable populations, is pleased to announce a new Global Partnerships, Marketing  & Communications Unit and the arrival of Patricia Bland Nicklin as the group’s new Vice President,  effective August 11, 2014.

{Photo credit: Katy Doyle}Photo credit: Katy Doyle

Management Sciences for Health (MSH) stands with the global health community mourning the hundreds of lives lost during the current Ebola outbreak in Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Nigeria. As health workers and international partners work together to end the current crisis, MSH calls on governments, donors, and international agencies to renew their commitment to holistically strengthening  the health systems of vulnerable countries  to enable them to respond effectively to such emergencies, as well as to meet the day-to-day health needs of their populations. MSH in the News

(Management Sciences for Health is a member of the Safeguarding Health in Conflict Coalition) We, the undersigned members of the Safeguarding Health in Conflict Coalition, demand that the government of Israel, Hamas, and armed groups respect their obligations under international human rights and humanitarian law to respect and protect health facilities, transports, and personnel, and to make health services available to all people in need of care. The Safeguarding Health in Conflict Coalition promotes the security of health workers and services threatened by war or civil unrest.  

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