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The SEAM Program will work in each country to establish effective systems for providing quality medicines and health services at affordable pricesWASHINGTON, DC (APRIL 4, 2002) — Jim Rankin, Director of the Center for Pharmaceutical Management at Management Sciences for Health, announced today that Ghana, Tanzania and El Salvador have been selected for country programs to improve access to quality essential medicines and services.

US Agency for International Development will provide $5 million to survey and quickly expand basic health servicesBOSTON, MA (APRIL 9, 2002) — Catherine Crone Coburn, President of Management Sciences for Health (MSH), announced today that the US Agency for International Development (USAID) will provide $5 million to Management Sciences for Health, through the Management and Leadership Program, to survey and quickly expand basic health services to the women and children of Afghanistan over the next six months.

Community-Based Health Care: Lessons from Bangladesh to Bostonshows what rich and poor countries have learned from each other about providing health servicesBOSTON, MA (MAY 7, 2002) — What works in community-based health care—and why? In this anthology, 36 of the world's leading health experts ponder these questions and share successful principles and approaches.

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