CAMBRIDGE, MA (MARCH 20, 2007)—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is pleased to announce its partnership with DAI on “Stop Avian Influenza,” the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID’s) three-year global response to avian influenza. The partnership will focus on preventing H5N1—a highly pathogenic virus that causes avian influenza—from evolving into a form transmissible to humans, while mitigating the economic hardships associated with the disease.

CAMBRIDGE, MA (JANUARY 18, 2007)—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is proud to announce the release of a new and uplifting book titled Window on Afghanistan: Rebuilding Health, Hope and the Human Spirit which reflects upon personal stories of restoring and rebuilding a country which has been torn apart by decades of war and violence. Dr. Fred and Mary Hartman co-authored Window on Afghanistan after spending several years living and working in Kabul shortly after September 11, 2001. Dr.

CAMBRIDGE, MA (SEPTEMBER 22, 2006) — On September 18, First Lady Laura Bush hosted the first White House conference on Global Literacy at the New York Public Library in New York City. Developed to encourage sustained global and country-level leadership to promote literacy, Mrs. Bush underscored the President's commitment to building free societies through literacy. The conference highlighted a variety of successful global literacy programs, to share best practices and lessons learned.