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Project builds on the organization's pioneering work in Uganda and Kenya Arlington, VA—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) announced today that it will introduce its successful pregnancy care model to indigenous women in the western highlands of Guatemala, a region characterized by poverty, high fertility rates, and substandard access to health services.


Reaching key populations with prevention, care, and treatment services is critical to Angola’s fight against HIV. Weekly peer support groups for female sex workers help address structural barriers, such as gender-based violence (GBV), that put them at higher risk for HIV infection. This work starts at ‘hot spots’, venues where female sex workers gather to meet or work.


February 20, 2019

  This event has been canceled due to bad weather.  A new date in March will be announced soon.    Special remarks by Congresswoman Clark’s office Keynote address Dr. Rebecca Martin, Director of the Center for Global Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Moderator Reid Wilson, Journalist for The Hill and author of Epidemic: Ebola and the Global Scramble to Prevent the Next Killer Outbreak Panelists Marian W. Wentworth, President and Chief Executive Officer, Management Sciences for Health Dr. Rebecca Martin