A world where everyone has the opportunity for a healthy life.

View Page: Gaining Ground in the Fight against Malaria: The View from Nigeria 
Gaining Ground in the Fight against Malaria: The View from Nigeria 

Overcoming a scourge as formidable as malaria requires a comprehensive strategy and sophisticated tactics. Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is bri…

View Page: Nigeria Races to Scale Up Its Production of Medicines
Nigeria Races to Scale Up Its Production of Medicines
MSH staff in Guatemala worked with local partners to maintain essential ANC services

50+ Years and Beyond: Our Improving Health Timeline and 2021 Annual Report

Our newly released 50+ Years of Improving Health timeline and 2021 Annual Report cover our commitment to global health impact since 1971: where we have worked, what we have achieved, who we have served, and what we see coming in the next 50 years of global health.

Read our Next 50 Years Annual Report and follow us through 50+ years of global health work.

What We Do

Health clinic in Afghanistan
Strengthening Health System Foundations

Our work transforms health systems to increase access to and use of services to improve quality of care.

Achieving Universal Health Coverage

We ensure that universal health coverage policies and programs are inclusive, equitable, and leave no one behind.

Woman under mosquito net over bed
Addressing Key Health Challenges

We bring more than 50 years of experience and technical expertise to bear on some of the world’s most pressing health challenges, such as COVID-19.

A health worker administers a COVID-19 test in Antananarivo, Madagascar. Photo by Misa Rahantason.

Our Global
COVID-19 Impact: 2020-2022

The COVID-19 pandemic has tested the resilience of global and local health systems worldwide. In the face of this crisis, we have deployed our global footprint, strong country and local relationships, and on-the-ground implementation experience to help each of the countries where we currently work to effectively confront the pandemic’s unprecedented challenges.


people vaccinated in the countries where we work as a direct result of MSH’s support


health care staff and volunteers trained on COVID-19 vaccine-related topics, including infection prevention and control and water, sanitation, and hygiene practices


health facilities supported with strategies to prevent or limit COVID-19 transmission in health care settings


people reached with COVID-19 messages, through risk communication and community engagement

Project Highlights