: Our Impact

Smallpox is the only entry on the list of infectious diseases that have been successfully eradicated from the earth. Some leading global health groups believe that Guinea worm, a water-borne parasite that today infects only 5,000 people (down from 3.5 million in 1986), will be next. This goal represents a significant challenge, in part because cases that are few and far between are often hardest to control, but it is much less controversial than the goal recently publicized by a large consortium of international players: the eradication of malaria.

Smallpox is the only entry on the list of infectious diseases that have been successfully eradicated from the earth. Some leading global health groups believe that Guinea worm, a water-borne parasite that today infects only 5,000 people (down from 3.5 million in 1986), will be next. This goal represents a significant challenge, in part because cases that are few and far between are often hardest to control, but it is much less controversial than the goal recently publicized by a large consortium of international players: the eradication of malaria.

MSH: What is your role in the Ministry of Health? I am the coordinator of the support unit for contracting in the Ministry of Health of Rwanda. My mission was to set up a mechanism for introducing results-based financing into the health system, to make it functional and perform smoothly. MSH: What is your background working in public health financing? I have worked in the public health system since 1983. I was first a health program manager, including financial management.

The accomplishments of the HIV/AIDS Care and Support Program (HCSP) in Ethiopia have greatly exceeded expectations. Considering the program’s goal of reaching 260,000 people with prevention services after reaching more than three and a half times that many in one year and the program’s successful expansion of treatment, it has already surpassed its major objectives.

The accomplishments of the HIV/AIDS Care and Support Program (HCSP) in Ethiopia have greatly exceeded expectations. Considering the program’s goal of reaching 260,000 people with prevention services after reaching more than three and a half times that many in one year and the program’s successful expansion of treatment, it has already surpassed its major objectives.

The accomplishments of the HIV/AIDS Care and Support Program (HCSP) in Ethiopia have greatly exceeded expectations. Considering the program’s goal of reaching 260,000 people with prevention services after reaching more than three and a half times that many in one year and the program’s successful expansion of treatment, it has already surpassed its major objectives.

CAMBRIDGE, MA — Enhancing its work in capacity building and health systems strengthening across the world, Management Sciences for Health (MSH) has become a primary partner of the MEASURE Evaluation Project. Spearheaded by USAID and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, MEASURE Evaluation works to improve the collection, analysis, and presentation of data and promote their use in planning, policymaking, managing, monitoring, and evaluating of population, health, and nutrition programs. MSH is joining the program as it enters its twelfth year.

CAMBRIDGE, MA — Enhancing its work in capacity building and health systems strengthening across the world, Management Sciences for Health (MSH) has become a primary partner of the MEASURE Evaluation Project. Spearheaded by USAID and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, MEASURE Evaluation works to improve the collection, analysis, and presentation of data and promote their use in planning, policymaking, managing, monitoring, and evaluating of population, health, and nutrition programs. MSH is joining the program as it enters its twelfth year.

CAMBRIDGE, MA — Enhancing its work in capacity building and health systems strengthening across the world, Management Sciences for Health (MSH) has become a primary partner of the MEASURE Evaluation Project. Spearheaded by USAID and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, MEASURE Evaluation works to improve the collection, analysis, and presentation of data and promote their use in planning, policymaking, managing, monitoring, and evaluating of population, health, and nutrition programs. MSH is joining the program as it enters its twelfth year.

CAMBRIDGE, MA — Enhancing its work in capacity building and health systems strengthening across the world, Management Sciences for Health (MSH) has become a primary partner of the MEASURE Evaluation Project. Spearheaded by USAID and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, MEASURE Evaluation works to improve the collection, analysis, and presentation of data and promote their use in planning, policymaking, managing, monitoring, and evaluating of population, health, and nutrition programs. MSH is joining the program as it enters its twelfth year.

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