: Our Impact

Editor’s note: The MSH Santé pour le Développement et la Stabilité d’Haïti Project—Pwojè Djanm (“robust project” in Creole) contributes to better health for more than 4 million Haitians, with funding from the US Agency for International Development (USAID). An all-Haitian team is working to increase the availability of health services, reduce internal conflict, nurture livelihoods that contribute to Haiti’s economic development, and build capacity as the foundation for progress. Dr.

As the Rational Pharmaceutical Management (RPM) Plus Program draws to a close, the Program Director, Dr. Douglas Keene of MSH, reviewed the successes of almost a decade of contributions to improved pharmaceutical management. He spoke at the annual conference of the Global Health Council in Washington, DC, on May 28, 2008. Getting Help to People in Need

As the Rational Pharmaceutical Management (RPM) Plus Program draws to a close, the Program Director, Dr. Douglas Keene of MSH, reviewed the successes of almost a decade of contributions to improved pharmaceutical management. He spoke at the annual conference of the Global Health Council in Washington, DC, on May 28, 2008. Getting Help to People in Need

As the Rational Pharmaceutical Management (RPM) Plus Program draws to a close, the Program Director, Dr. Douglas Keene of MSH, reviewed the successes of almost a decade of contributions to improved pharmaceutical management. He spoke at the annual conference of the Global Health Council in Washington, DC, on May 28, 2008. Getting Help to People in Need

As the Rational Pharmaceutical Management (RPM) Plus Program draws to a close, the Program Director, Dr. Douglas Keene of MSH, reviewed the successes of almost a decade of contributions to improved pharmaceutical management. He spoke at the annual conference of the Global Health Council in Washington, DC, on May 28, 2008. Getting Help to People in Need

As the Rational Pharmaceutical Management (RPM) Plus Program draws to a close, the Program Director, Dr. Douglas Keene of MSH, reviewed the successes of almost a decade of contributions to improved pharmaceutical management. He spoke at the annual conference of the Global Health Council in Washington, DC, on May 28, 2008. Getting Help to People in Need

CAMBRIDGE, MA — A series of presentations outlining Management Sciences for Health’s successful work across the spectrum of HIV & AIDS programs was showcased at the 17th International AIDS Conference in Mexico City beginning August 4th, 2008. John Pollock, Health Service Delivery Country Lead, and Dr. Gyuri Fritsche, Performance-based Financing Technical Director, discussed MSH’s groundbreaking results in performance-based contracting and how it has impacted the area of HIV & AIDS prevention, treatment, and care. Mr.

CAMBRIDGE, MA — A series of presentations outlining Management Sciences for Health’s successful work across the spectrum of HIV & AIDS programs was showcased at the 17th International AIDS Conference in Mexico City beginning August 4th, 2008. John Pollock, Health Service Delivery Country Lead, and Dr. Gyuri Fritsche, Performance-based Financing Technical Director, discussed MSH’s groundbreaking results in performance-based contracting and how it has impacted the area of HIV & AIDS prevention, treatment, and care. Mr.

Guided by the motto “building the ship as we’re sailing it,” MSH is rapidly scaling up the availability of comprehensive HIV & AIDS services in Nigeria while strengthening the country’s health care system. Supported by the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), the AIDS Care and Treatment (ACT) Project is using a decentralized model to reach the country’s diverse and primarily rural population. ACT is combining intensive outreach with the building of sustainable structures and systems at the state and local levels.

Guided by the motto “building the ship as we’re sailing it,” MSH is rapidly scaling up the availability of comprehensive HIV & AIDS services in Nigeria while strengthening the country’s health care system. Supported by the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), the AIDS Care and Treatment (ACT) Project is using a decentralized model to reach the country’s diverse and primarily rural population. ACT is combining intensive outreach with the building of sustainable structures and systems at the state and local levels.

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