Join MSH at the virtual 7th Annual Global Digital Health Forum, December 7-9, 2020. Focusing on making digital health work for everyone, this year’s Forum will help answer: How do we bridge gaps in digital health and ensure that no one is left behind? How do we leverage digital health technologies to accelerate universal health coverage?
Join us for the fourth webinar in our series, "Quality of Care: An Essential Pillar to Achieve Universal Health Coverage for Women, Children, and Adolescents."Many women in low- and middle-income countries face gaps in access to respectful, high-quality antenatal care (ANC): They often do not receive the recommended services for a healthy pregnancy and experience poor quality of care when they do.
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.
MSH Presence at ICFP Access to safe and effective family planning is a fundamental human right. With scarce resources for health, it is critical that family planning services are efficient, cost effective, and sustainable.
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 2013, le ministère de la Santé du Rwanda fonda le programme national d’accréditation des soins de santé, qui guide les formations pour définir, mettre en œuvre et mesurer les normes décrivant la qualité des soins escomptée.
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."In 2013, Rwanda’s Ministry of Health established the national health care accreditation program, which guides facilities to define, implement and measure standards that describe the expected quality of care.
New Discussion Series: Thorny Issues Facing Women's, Children's, and Adolescents' Health In many low- and middle-income countries, women have been encouraged to deliver at the nearest health facility under the care of a skilled birth attendant.
(Webinaire en français>>)Experiences from the Democratic Republic of the Congo Join us for the first webinar in our webinar series, "Quality of Care: An Essential Pillar to Achieve Universal Health Coverage for Women, Children, and Adolescents."June 7, 2018 | 9:00 AM New York / 2:00 PM Lagos / 3:00 PM Kigali / 4:00 PM NairobiPresented by Ousmane Faye, Project Director, IHPplus, MSHModerated by Kate Ramsey, Senior Principal Technical Advisor, Maternal and Newborn Health, MSHRegister for the WebinarIn this first webinar of the series, hosted in French and Englis
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.
This reception will feature brief remarks by John Yanulis, program director of USAID Mikolo, Jonathan Quick, president and CEO of Management Sciences for Health, and Madagascar's minister of health, Prof. Mamy L. Andriamanarivo. The keynote address will be given by first lady of Madagascar, Mrs. Vohangy Rajaonarimampianina.
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