In 1948, health leaders established the World Health Organization (WHO) out of a new spirit of international cooperation. A world war had just ended and the United Nations had been born. These leaders felt a moral responsibility to help people who were falling sick and dying from preventable causes.
Arlington, VA—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) congratulates Dr. Amelia Flores and Dr. Edwin Montufar on their appointments as Guatemala’s Minister of Health and Vice-Minister for Primary Care, respectively. Both doctors are former MSH staff members. Their appointments come at a crucial time for the country, which is battling a spike in COVID-19 cases.
Arlington, VA—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) announced today that it will support global health NGO Jhpiego to implement the newly awarded USAID Ethiopia Health Workforce Improvement Program (HWIP).
MSH will join forces with African advocacy group, extending its commitment to universal health coverage as part of a UHC2030-funded activityArlington, VA—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) announced today that it will continue to host—now jointly with WACI Health, a leading Africa regional advocacy organization—the UHC2030 Civil Society Engagement Mechanism (CSEM), a one-stop advocacy and accountability shop on universal health coverage (UHC), with a special focus this year on civil society’s critical role in shaping and monitoring the COVID-19 response.MSH has served
High-scoring 100&Change Applications Featured in Bold Solutions Network Arlington, VA—The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation today named the One Billion Voices Project, submitted by Management Sciences for Health (MSH) in partnership with the Consortium for Building Inclusive Societies (CBIS), as one of the Top 100 in its 100&Change competition.
A Five-Year Program Supports Haiti’s Path to Health Care Self-Reliance
Arlington, VA—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) announced today that it has been selected by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) to strengthen Haiti’s health system. The five-year project—Haiti’s Health Leadership Program (HLP)—will support the Haitian government’s efforts to build an optimal health system that is accessible, accountable, affordable, and reliable.
FREETOWN, Sierra Leone — The National Malaria Control Program (NMCP) in Sierra Leone will conduct a three-day workshop from March 22-24, 2017, to align its vital Malaria in Pregnancy (MIP) guidelines developed in 2005 with its 2016-2020 Malaria Strategic Plan which aims to protect at least 80% of pregnant women and children under one year with Intermittent Preventive Treatment for pregnant women (IPTp3) by 2020 and address the current World Health Organization (WHO) recommendations and Sustainable Development Goals, which look to, in part, reduce global malaria mortality rates
the Liberian Ministry of Health human resources staff at the conclusion of the Strategic HR Management and HR Records Management workshop.Photo Credit: MSH Staff
The USAID Collaborative Support for Health (CSH) Program in Liberia and the Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA) conducted a human resources training for Liberia Ministry of Health staff January 11-15.
The five-day training, designed and implemented by CSH and LIPA, focused on strategic human resource management and HR record management. Forty human resources staff members from the central Ministry of Health, county health offices, and major referral hospitals attended. The CSH Program in Liberia is implemented by MSH.
The Leadership, Management & Governance (LMG) Project formally welcomed new Project Director Jason Wright on February 2, 2015. Mr. Wright is a global health leader who brings to the LMG Project more than 17 years of experience in family planning and reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, and broader health systems with a focus on building the capacity of governments and nongovernmental organizations to bolster programmatic and financial sustainability through management and technical assistance.
With long-standing partnerships, MSH reaffirms its commitment to the health of the Haitian people
Five years ago today an earthquake devastated Haiti. Management Sciences for Health (MSH) had been working shoulder to shoulder with the Government to improve the health and lives of the Haitian people for thirty years. The earthquake brought a new sense of urgency to this life-saving work, which continued with even greater resolve. Today, MSH reaffirms its commitment to health of the Haitian people.