: Our Impact

MSH calls for a dramatic change in strategy to focus on strengthening health systems in the countries most affected by HIV & AIDS. The call for concerted action is urgent: AIDS is the leading cause of death and disease among women ages 15 to 44, according to the World Health Organization in its first study on women’s health (November 2009).

MSH calls for a dramatic change in strategy to focus on strengthening health systems in the countries most affected by HIV & AIDS. The call for concerted action is urgent: AIDS is the leading cause of death and disease among women ages 15 to 44, according to the World Health Organization in its first study on women’s health (November 2009).

The MSH East African Drug Seller Initiative and the Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA) finalized the rollout model for Tanzania’s accredited drug dispensing outlet (ADDO) program at a workshop in Morogoro, Tanzania, in September. MSH Senior Program Associate Edmund Rutta presented elements of the revised model at the Corporate Council on Africa’s 2009 US–Africa Business Summit, in a panel supported by the Rockefeller Foundation.

The MSH East African Drug Seller Initiative and the Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA) finalized the rollout model for Tanzania’s accredited drug dispensing outlet (ADDO) program at a workshop in Morogoro, Tanzania, in September. MSH Senior Program Associate Edmund Rutta presented elements of the revised model at the Corporate Council on Africa’s 2009 US–Africa Business Summit, in a panel supported by the Rockefeller Foundation.

On November 16, 2009, MSH gathered leading family planning and reproductive health experts for a lively roundtable discussion on how to build effective, integrated health systems that provide universal access to family planning and reproductive health services.

On November 16, 2009, MSH gathered leading family planning and reproductive health experts for a lively roundtable discussion on how to build effective, integrated health systems that provide universal access to family planning and reproductive health services.

On November 16, 2009, MSH gathered leading family planning and reproductive health experts for a lively roundtable discussion on how to build effective, integrated health systems that provide universal access to family planning and reproductive health services.

The BASICS (Basic Support for Institutionalizing Child Survival) Project hosted a symposium in Washington, DC, on September 30, in which government officials and experts shared their experiences of health care issues in conflict and postconflict states. The symposium brought together eight speakers who discussed the importance of planning; the need to coordinate ministries of health, donors, and nongovernmental organizations; and the importance of linking action to a government’s own national strategies in health and development.

The BASICS (Basic Support for Institutionalizing Child Survival) Project hosted a symposium in Washington, DC, on September 30, in which government officials and experts shared their experiences of health care issues in conflict and postconflict states. The symposium brought together eight speakers who discussed the importance of planning; the need to coordinate ministries of health, donors, and nongovernmental organizations; and the importance of linking action to a government’s own national strategies in health and development.

The BASICS (Basic Support for Institutionalizing Child Survival) Project hosted a symposium in Washington, DC, on September 30, in which government officials and experts shared their experiences of health care issues in conflict and postconflict states. The symposium brought together eight speakers who discussed the importance of planning; the need to coordinate ministries of health, donors, and nongovernmental organizations; and the importance of linking action to a government’s own national strategies in health and development.

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