African Strategies for Health (ASH) improves the health of people across Africa by identifying and advocating for best practices, enhancing technical capacity, and engaging African regional partners in advancing sustainable solutions for health. ASH is supported by the US Agency for International Development's (USAID) Bureau for Africa and implemented by MSH in partnership with three core Africa-based partners: African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC), Khulisa Management Services, and Institut De Santé Et Développement of Dakar University, Senegal (ISED).
Integration of HIV and Other Health Services: Our Projects
Strengthening TB and HIV & AIDS Responses in Eastern Uganda (STAR-E) (March 2009 – September 2016) is a US Agency for International Development (USAID) project funded by the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). STAR-E is implemented by an MSH-led consortium of international and Ugandan organizations.
MSH is implementing the Ethiopia Network for HIV/AIDS Treatment, Care and Support (ENHAT-CS) program, a 5-year USAID initiative funded by PEPFAR. ENHAT-CS supports the Government of Ethiopia to scale up the provision, by government health centers, of comprehensive HIV and AIDS services that are integrated with and strengthen other key health services, including: maternal, newborn and child health; family planning; TB; sexually transmitted diseases; malaria; chronic diseases; neglected tropical diseases; nutrition; mental health; and laboratory.
The Prevention Organizational Systems AIDS Care and Treatment Project (Pro-ACT) is a PEPFAR-funded associate award with the goal of building the capacity of Nigeria's public, private, and community sectors for sustainable HIV and AIDS and Tuberculosis (TB) prevention, control, and treatment. Between August 2009 and July 2013, Pro-ACT supported the governments of six states and operated 30 comprehensive HIV and AIDS treatment centers.