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Arlington, VA—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) welcomes President Biden’s announcement that the United States will contribute $4 billion to COVAX, an international effort to source and distribute COVID-19 vaccines. An initial $2 billion will be donated in 2021, with an additional $2 billion coming over the next two years.“This U.S. pledge, along with that of a number of other countries, will go a long way in ending the current pandemic and helping to prevent future ones,” said MSH’s Senior External Affairs Officer, Ashley Arabasadi.

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Help us celebrate MSH's 50th birthday! We were incorporated in Massachusetts, USA, on May 21, 1971 and have since then worked in over 150 countries. To celebrate our 50th, we invite you to follow our Go To The People series, sharing stories and reflections from current and former MSHers, partners, and local health leaders worldwide, as they reflect on the impact we’ve made together on the lives of individuals, communities, and in global health. Working together, let's shape the next 50 years for greater health impact.

Events

June 03, 2021

COVID-19 has exposed major gaps in our ability to prepare for, prevent, and respond to infectious disease outbreaks. As world leaders pledge to fight future outbreaks together, discussions around preparedness are center stage. But past epidemics—such as influenza, Zika, SARS, HIV/AIDS, and Ebola—have shown us that we can no longer focus solely on infectious diseases in our approach to prevent pandemics. Animal and environmental health are also critical factors, but these are largely missing from current discussions.