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When accountability is strengthened, the opportunity for corruption diminishes, and beneficial outcomes of the health system, such as responsiveness, equity, and efficiency surge.

Harmoniser les services de santé : Sauver des vies grâce à l’intégration des programmes de santé reproductive, maternelle, néonatale et infantile avec ceux relatifs au VIH/SIDA, à la tuberculose et au paludisme (French title)

MSH Nigeria published this newsletter in July 2016. Newsletter Contents MSH Nigeria Presents 7 Posters at Intl. AIDS Conference MSH Pays Courtesy Call on the Minister of Health From the Country Rep  MSH Celebrates 10 Years of Health Impact in Nigeria CBHI Saves Baby Rosemary’s Life MSH Nigeria Receives Award of Excellence MSH Trains TBAs in Akwa Ibom State

Malaria remains a significant burden to health systems, especially in sub-Saharan Africa, which accounts for 90 percent of malaria-related deaths worldwide. Not all patients are able to access timely and quality malaria services. A key strategy to enhance the utilization, provision, and quality of malaria services is the use of both demand-side and supply-side financial incentives.

In recent years, there has been a growing trend toward regionalization on the African continent. In Africa's health sector, regional actors have become active contributors to development and health agendas.

Africa's health sector has seen a growing movement toward regionalism, as stakeholders increasingly work collaboratively and across national borders to advance health and development agendas. In the fight against malaria, strong partnerships across the continent have contributed to dramatic progress over the past 15 years. 

Reducing the burden of malaria in Uganda is a priority for The National Malaria Control Program. While significant strides have been made, some components have not progressed to the same extent, including addressing malaria in pregnancy. This assessment was undertaken by the ASH project to examine facility-based factors that influence the coverage of IPTp among pregnant women.

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.

Lessons From a Quality Improvement Approach in Uganda

Due to its link to various complications during and after pregnancy, the prevention of malaria among pregnant women is regarded as an important strategy for reducing mortality and adverse maternal and neonatal health outcomes, such as maternal anemia, low birth weight, and perinatal deaths. 

Due to its link to various complications during and after pregnancy, the prevention of malaria among pregnant women is an important strategy for reducing mortality and adverse maternal and neonatal health outcomes, such as anemia, low birth weight, and newborn death.  

Technical Highlight Malaria is responsible for about 7% of all deaths in children under five in Madagascar. The USAID Mikolo Project promoted community approaches to prevent and treat malaria by working with health facilities, community health volunteers (CHVs), and families.

We are pleased to share this booklet that summarizes 10 of the best stories we’ve collected from the field. These narratives are a legacy to Madagascar’s health system and for future public health interventions in the country.

The Integrated Health Project Plus (IHPplus) was implemented in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) from June 2015 to June 2018 by Management Sciences for Health (MSH) and Overseas Strategic Consulting, Ltd. (OSC), under a subcontract via Pathfinder/Evidence to Action.

A man learns the importance of educating his daughters. Community-based distributors (CBDs) increase family planning method use. Well-stocked community care sites save children’s lives. A successful fistula repair operation gives a woman back her dignity and standing in her community.

Impact of TB Infection Control Implementation on Health Workers in Afghanistan, 2011

The Care and Treatment for Sustained Support (CaTSS) project applies Nigeria’s test and treat approach to achieve the UNAIDS 90-90-90 goals.

This I-Kit was created to guide organizations that seek to broaden their funding base to reflect a hybrid of revenue streams including fees from clients, funding from donors, corporate sponsors, public sector subsidies, charitable contributions and other funding or investment mechanisms.

The National TB Programme (NTP) in Ethiopia is committed to decentralizing and scaling up implementation of drug resistant TB (DR-TB) management by using an alternative ambulatory model to increase access to care. Challenge TB in collaboration with the NTP supported the implementation of programmatic management of DR-TB (PMDT) across the country by expanding treatment initiating centers (TICs

Mobile applications play an important role in field data collection in developing countries. However, poor infrastructure remains a challenge to fully utilizing mobile services. e-TB Manager, an electronic tuberculosis (TB) management system, is a web-based tool used to manage all TB-related data and information needed by national TB control programs.

Afghanistan has made remarkable improvements in health indicators since 2005. However, a wide range of barriers prevent rural communities in Afghanistan from accessing tuberculosis (TB) and other health services.

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