CAMBRIDGE, MA (FEBRUARY 10, 2005) — MSH is deeply saddened that three of its employees—Cristin (Cristi) Gadue, Amy Lynn Niebling, and Carmen Urdaneta—lost their lives in a plane crash outside of Kabul, Afghanistan, on February 3, 2005. The entire MSH world wide family is deeply pained by this loss. Amy, Carmen, and Cristi all stood out as professionals who worked with great energy and dedication to help communicate the health and development issues of the less fortunate. Their passion remains as an inspiration to all of us.

CAMBRIDGE, MA (FEBRUARY 4, 2005)  — MSH is deeply saddened today to announce that three of its employees - Cristin (Cristi) Gadue, Amy Lynn Niebling, and Carmen Urdaneta - have died after their plane crashed 35 miles outside of Kabul, Afghanistan. On February 3, the three boarded a flight from Herat, in the west of Afghanistan, bound for Kabul. Due to severe weather conditions, the plane was not permitted to land in Kabul and was diverted to Pakistan. The plane crashed 35 miles outside of Kabul.

Goal is to address critical shortage of qualified health care workers CAMBRIDGE, MA (MARCH 3, 2008) — Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is participating in the inaugural Global Forum on Human Resources for Health from March 2-7, 2008, in Kampala, Uganda. The forum, organized by the Global Health Workforce Alliance (GHWA), is a critical first step in establishing a Global Action plan to address the growing shortage of qualified health care workers.