Download the HTA RoadmapCountries around the world have committed to moving toward Universal Health Coverage (UHC). However, many struggle to meet the health needs and demands of their populations due to limited and inefficient allocation of resources.
How do strong pharmaceutical systems work to combat disease, boost health outcomes, and improve the quality of health services?From 2014 to 2020, the USAID-funded and MSH-led Uganda Health Supply Chain (UHSC) project has worked to improve the health status of the Ugandan population by increasing the availability, affordability, accessibility, and appropriate use of quality essential medicines and health supplies.Working directly with the Uganda Ministry of Health's pharmacy department, technical programs, district-level health managers, and private and public care facilities in 89 districts, UHSC has partnered with Uganda's National Medical Store, Joint Medical Store, National Drug Authorities, and other partners—including the Global Fund, UNICEF, and UNFPA—to transform Ugandan pharmaceutical systems and practices.Join us for a virtual celebration of the project’s achievements and a panel discussion on the innovative approaches used to strengthen Uganda’s health system.
Join us on March 4th, 2020 at 9:00 am EST for Smart Capacity Building for Malaria: Experiences from Malawi, the fifth webinar in our series, “Quality of Care: An Essential Pillar to Achieve Universal Health Coverage for Women, Children, and Adolescents.” Watch the recording on YouTube Endemic throughout Malawi, malaria remains a leading cause of death for pregnant women and children under 5.
Join us on March 19, 2019, for the third webinar in our series, "Quality of Care: An Essential Pillar to Achieve Universal Health Coverage for Women, Children, and Adolescents."In Afghanistan, TB disproportionately affects women who make up more than two-thirds of all TB patients. Children, the elderly, the poor, and displaced populations are also at higher risk of infection, particularly in urban settings where dense populations and overcrowding exacerbate transmission.
(Watch the webinar recording in French>>) Rejoignez-nous pour notre deuxième webinaire dans notre série sur « la qualité des soins : un pilier essentiel pour la réalisation de la couverture sanitaire universelle pour les femmes, les enfants et les adolescents. »
En anglais Le 30 octobre 2018 | 9 h New York | 15 h Kigali Présenté par Joy Atwine, Projet RHSS, MSH Pour vous inscrire, cliquez ici
(Watch the webinar recording in English>>)
Join us for the second webinar in our series, "Quality of Care: An Essential Pillar to Achieve Universal Health Coverage for Women, Children, and Adolescents."
English October 30, 2018 | 9:00 AM New York / 3:00 PM Kigali Presented by Joy Atwine, RHSS Project, MSH Register for the webinar
French 31 octobre 2018 | 9:00 New York / 15:00 Kigali Présenté par Pierre Dongier, Projet RHSS, MSH Pour s’inscrire au webinaire
The USAID-funded Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS) is holding an end-of-program event on March 1, in Arlington, VA.
We’ll be discussing progress made toward ensuring that quality, life-saving essential medicine and services are available and affordable to those who need them. We’ll also explore goals and challenges for the future of pharmaceutical systems strengthening and advance a vision of what it takes to build resilient, responsive pharmaceutical systems that promote good health outcomes.
The US Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS) Program, led by Management Sciences for Health (MSH), in collaboration with the Stop TB Partnership Global Drug Facility, will host a technical conference titled, “Building the Post-2015 Agenda: Novel Approaches to Improving Access to TB Medicines and Pharmaceutical Services” from March 2-6, 2015 at the Conrad Bangkok Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand.
Health systems stengthening drives our response to the tuberculosis epidemic. In over 30 countries MSH is working with international, national, and local partners to strengthen the capacity of health systems, national TB programs, and health managers to improve the lives of those affected by TB and prevent the spread of disease. Our work addresses all elements of the health system: service delivery; leadership and governance; medical products, vaccines, and technologies; health financing; health information; and human resources.
The USAID-funded Leadership, Management & Governance (LMG) Project led by Management Sciences for Health (MSH) will host a high-level side event in conjunction with 67th World Health Assembly (WHA) on May 21, 2014 from 12:00-14:00 CET at the Geneva Press Club, located near the Palais at Route de Ferney 106, La Pastorale, in Geneva, Switzerland.