: Our Impact

As a leader in Malawi’s health care sector since 2003, with a strong staff of Malawi managerial and clinical professionals, MSH has worked closely with the Malawi's Ministry of Health (MOH)  to scale up and improve health care service delivery at all levels, while strengthening critical management gaps in Malawi’s health care system.

As a leader in Malawi’s health care sector since 2003, with a strong staff of Malawi managerial and clinical professionals, MSH has worked closely with the Malawi's Ministry of Health (MOH)  to scale up and improve health care service delivery at all levels, while strengthening critical management gaps in Malawi’s health care system.

As a leader in Malawi’s health care sector since 2003, with a strong staff of Malawi managerial and clinical professionals, MSH has worked closely with the Malawi's Ministry of Health (MOH)  to scale up and improve health care service delivery at all levels, while strengthening critical management gaps in Malawi’s health care system.

As a leader in Malawi’s health care sector since 2003, with a strong staff of Malawi managerial and clinical professionals, MSH has worked closely with the Malawi's Ministry of Health (MOH)  to scale up and improve health care service delivery at all levels, while strengthening critical management gaps in Malawi’s health care system.

In Malawi where a district hospital can be many miles from a village, rural communities and health centers are playing a vital role in preventing the spread of tuberculosis (TB) in the country. Working with Malawi CAP’s National Tuberculosis Programme, MSH and the Tuberculosis Control Assistance Program (TB) are training community volunteers and strengthening health centers to improve the TB case detection rate and support HIV and TB diagnosis and treatment services.

In Malawi where a district hospital can be many miles from a village, rural communities and health centers are playing a vital role in preventing the spread of tuberculosis (TB) in the country. Working with Malawi CAP’s National Tuberculosis Programme, MSH and the Tuberculosis Control Assistance Program (TB) are training community volunteers and strengthening health centers to improve the TB case detection rate and support HIV and TB diagnosis and treatment services.

April 25 is World Malaria Day, a time to recognize the global effort to fight against a disease that afflicts more than half a billion people across the globe. Malaria is not only a major cause of illness and death in developing countries but also a significant drain on their overstressed health systems and fragile economies. Especially in Africa, malaria is linked to high rates of infant and maternal death, chronic anemia, and complications that increase the severity of other diseases.

April 25 is World Malaria Day, a time to recognize the global effort to fight against a disease that afflicts more than half a billion people across the globe. Malaria is not only a major cause of illness and death in developing countries but also a significant drain on their overstressed health systems and fragile economies. Especially in Africa, malaria is linked to high rates of infant and maternal death, chronic anemia, and complications that increase the severity of other diseases.

MSH announces the launch of the Virtual Center for Leadership and Management (VCLM) website, the home of MSH’s innovative internet-based leadership and management learning programs, networks, and resources. The mission of the VCLM is to address gaps in the leadership, governance, and management skills and education of health professionals around the world.

MSH announces the launch of the Virtual Center for Leadership and Management (VCLM) website, the home of MSH’s innovative internet-based leadership and management learning programs, networks, and resources. The mission of the VCLM is to address gaps in the leadership, governance, and management skills and education of health professionals around the world.

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