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Report details lack of programs and services in eight Eastern European Countries  BOSTON, MA – Enhanced action at the country and regional levels in Eastern Europe is urgently needed to address the hidden HIV epidemic among men who have sex with men, according to a new USAID-funded report written by the International HIV/AIDS Alliance and released today in partnership with Management Sciences for Health (MSH).  The report, "Men Having Sex with Men in Eastern Europe: Implications of a Hidden Epidemic," was produced under the auspices of the AIDSTAR-Two project, a USAID

Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the US Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Building Local Capacity (BLC) for Delivery of HIV Services in Southern Africa Project.The project will strengthen local and regional systems to respond more effectively to the HIV & AIDS epidemic.

(Port- au- Prince, Haiti) Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is preparing to conduct a nationwide training program in Haiti for cholera prevention and treatment. The training will be conducted in 147 facilities for 45 doctors, 70 nurses, and over 4,500 community-level first responders across all 10 of Haiti’s departments. Additionally, MSH will reactivate mobile health kiosks originally created throughout the Port-au-Prince camps after the January 12, 2010 earthquake. The kiosks will provide information about hygiene, sanitation, and cholera prevention and treatment.

Monday, June 14: 2-4pm: “Can Country Ownership Work?  Field Perspectives on Health Systems StrengtheningWatch a live panel discussion from the Global Health Council Conference co-hosted by MSH and Oxfam on how “country ownership”—the management of donor funds by a national government—works in practice.

MSH will be participating in the Global Health Council’s 37th Annual Conference: “Goals and Metrics,” being held in Washington, DC, from June 14-18, 2010. MSH is pleased to be a Silver Sponsor of the conference.

MSH is pleased to announce the recent upgrade of, a global knowledge-sharing hub on orphans, vulnerable children and HIV & is a virtual forum where community organizations, nongovernmental organizations, policy-makers, donors, governments, US government country teams, and academics can gather to share experiences, practices, and tools that relate to policy around and programming for children and HIV.  Social networking tools and an interactive platform create space for greater dialogue, debate, and exchange.  With improved navigati