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This brief provides details on the achievements, challenges, and lessons learned from the TRACK TB project's Urban DOTS component. TRACK TB works to strengthen the capacity of the National TB/Leprosy Programme in Uganda, to provide leadership for TB response, and deliver quality, well-organized, and efficient services in close collaboration with other USAID programs.   

MSH-Peru builds on the success of the Healthy Communities and Municipalities I-II projects (2006-2015).  This program, and others managed by MSH in Peru, provided access to thousands of individuals, families, and communities in various regions of Peru to live healthy lives, while changing paradigms in health care and local development.  

This publication presents case studies from three countries — Bangladesh, Nepal, and Zambia — that have introduced and scaled up the use of misoprostol for postpartum hemorrhage (PPH).

East Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, Middle East and North Africa, South Asia, Francophone West Africa

Developed by Family Care International and Gynuity Health Projects, the Misoprostol for Postpartum Hemorrhage Information Kit contains four publications. Postpartum Hemorrhage: A Challenge for Safe Motherhood

Burkina Faso: Amid times of political crisis, civil society advocates call for increased invesment in women's and children's health Kenya: Women's and children's health in a devolved state: Advocates tackle crippling health worker shortages through budget advocacy

In recent years, the Government of Kenya has endorsed a range of global and regional initiatives for accelerating action to improve the health and well-being of women and their children, including the Global Strategy for Women's and Children's Health, the Maputo Plan of Action, and CARMMA, and has made specific commitments to achieve them.

Over the past two decades, Ethiopia has improved its delivery of primary health care services and begun to make great progress toward meeting the Millennium Development Goals, particularly with regard to maternal, newborn, and child health and the prevention and control of HIV and tuberculosis.

The Integrated Health Project in the Democratic Republic of Congo was a five-year Cooperative Agreement (2010–2015) funded by USAID/Democratic Republic of Congo and implemented by MSH, with partners the International Rescue Committee (IRC), and Overseas Strategic Consulting (OSC), Ltd. The project covered 78 health zones in four provinces.

In recent years, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has increasingly focused on strengthening its health system and improving health outcomes for its 79.8 million people.

Performance-based financing (PBF) has been used increasingly to improve the quantity and quality of health services by directly rewarding providers with financial incentives based on achieved results.

Management Sciences for Health (MSH) has been assisting Malawi since 2003 to strengthen health care systems, increase disease prevention education, reduce maternal and childhood mortality rates, and expand access to quality HIV/AIDS services.

Una metodología participativa para evaluar las necesidades insatisfechas en salud sexual y reproductiva de poblaciones jóvenes de áreas rurales e indígenas de América Latina. La metodología promueve el involucramiento de las personas jóvenes en el mapeo de sus necesidades y la identificación de sus prioridades.

Horizontes interculturales en salud y VIH es una aproximación al enfoque intercultural en las políticas públicas referidas a VIH y pueblos indígenas en Ecuador. Presenta una aproximación conceptual al enfoque intercultural y las políticas públicas; luego recoge datos nacionales sobre VIH, población en general y mujeres indígenas.

Final Report: Help Ethiopia Address Low TB Performance (HEAL TB) Project 2011–2016

To see this page and download the case studies in English, click here.

Para ver esta página en español y descargar los estudios de caso, hacer clic aquí. 

MSH’s 45 years of history demonstrate that long-term investments in health systems strengthening and capacity building can result in sustainable improvements in health, saving lives of the most vulnerable people. MSH continues to strengthen health systems and facilitate innovations that save lives and improve health for all.

The Mexican government is leading a movement – in collaboration with civil society partners – to strengthen the role of professional midwives in the continuum of women’s healthcare. Evidence shows that investing in competent, motivated, and enabled midwifery personnel is a cost-effective strategy to improve the quality of care and maternal and neonatal health outcomes.

One of the key elements of successful tuberculosis (TB) control programs is adherence to treatment, which is a cornerstone of most international and national policies and guidelines. Non- adherence results in increased length and severity of illness, death, disease transmission, and drug resistance.

A key element of successful tuberculosis (TB) control programs is adherence to treatment, and this is a cornerstone of most international and national policies and guidelines. Non-adherence is often due to patient-related factors but can also be a result of provider issues, such as stock-outs of TB medicines.

To improve quality of HIV care in targeted districts, STAR-E scaled up the Ministery of Health quality improvement framework in March 2013. STAR-E targeted 66 facilities, including high volume and smaller facilities that were underperforming on key indicators.

Key populations, including sex workers, prisoners, and men who have sex with men (MSM), are disproportionately infected with and affected by HIV and AIDS. In 2014, HIV prevalence among sex workers globally was 12 times the prevalence of the mainstream population. Sex workers and other key and priority populations contribute substantially to new HIV infections in Uganda.

Uganda ranks among the top 20 countries in the world with the highest number of TB/HIV co-infection cases and the highest rate of TB cases among people living with HIV(PLHIV). In 2015, HIV prevalence was estimated at 7.1%, and approximately 45% of TB patients were co-infected with HIV.

A Review of SIAPS’ Activities in Eight Countries The USAID-funded Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS) Program has published the results of its activities in eight countries (Angola, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Ethiopia, Kenya, Guinea, Mali, and South Sudan) to control malaria.

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