: Our Impact

Napembe Kefasi at the Katutura Health Centre in Windhoek, Namibia. Photo Credit: MSH Staff.With a population of over 2 million, 204,000 people are currently living with HIV in Namibia—more than 80,000 are in need of treatment. AIDS has become and continues to be the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the country, accounting for three quarters of all hospital admissions and nearly half of the deaths.

Participants in Leadership Development Program in Aswan, Egypt.

Participants in Leadership Development Program in Aswan, Egypt.

Participants in Leadership Development Program in Aswan, Egypt.

Halida Akhter after being awarded a 2006 United Nations Population Award. {Photo credit: MSH.}Photo credit: MSH.

On January 11, 2010, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, gave a speech marking the 15th anniversary of the United Nation’s International Conference on Population and Development held in Cairo, Egypt (Cairo ICPD). During the course of the conference, 179 countries came to an agreement that population and development issues are inextricably linked and that for countries to evolve, promoting reproductive health, as well as supporting education and health, is essential.

Halida Akhter after being awarded a 2006 United Nations Population Award. {Photo credit: MSH.}Photo credit: MSH.

On January 11, 2010, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, gave a speech marking the 15th anniversary of the United Nation’s International Conference on Population and Development held in Cairo, Egypt (Cairo ICPD). During the course of the conference, 179 countries came to an agreement that population and development issues are inextricably linked and that for countries to evolve, promoting reproductive health, as well as supporting education and health, is essential.

Despite the many challenges of working in Haiti following the January 12 earthquake, MSH’s Leadership, Management, and Sustainability (LMS) program distributed more than 1 million family planning commodities in the month following the disaster. This included over 1.2 million condoms; 44,000 oral contraceptives; 33,200 injectable methods; and 100 implants. During the distribution, LMS carried out site evaluations throughout the country to ensure that it was still possible to manage the products according to established standards for US Government-supported health sites.

Despite the many challenges of working in Haiti following the January 12 earthquake, MSH’s Leadership, Management, and Sustainability (LMS) program distributed more than 1 million family planning commodities in the month following the disaster. This included over 1.2 million condoms; 44,000 oral contraceptives; 33,200 injectable methods; and 100 implants. During the distribution, LMS carried out site evaluations throughout the country to ensure that it was still possible to manage the products according to established standards for US Government-supported health sites.

Despite the many challenges of working in Haiti following the January 12 earthquake, MSH’s Leadership, Management, and Sustainability (LMS) program distributed more than 1 million family planning commodities in the month following the disaster. This included over 1.2 million condoms; 44,000 oral contraceptives; 33,200 injectable methods; and 100 implants. During the distribution, LMS carried out site evaluations throughout the country to ensure that it was still possible to manage the products according to established standards for US Government-supported health sites.

Despite the many challenges of working in Haiti following the January 12 earthquake, MSH’s Leadership, Management, and Sustainability (LMS) program distributed more than 1 million family planning commodities in the month following the disaster. This included over 1.2 million condoms; 44,000 oral contraceptives; 33,200 injectable methods; and 100 implants. During the distribution, LMS carried out site evaluations throughout the country to ensure that it was still possible to manage the products according to established standards for US Government-supported health sites.

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