Partner with Us
Partner with Us
Whether building the capacity of local organizations to ensure sustainable results or collaborating with an international organization to tap into a complementary technical area, we work with like-minded organizations to improve health around the world.
For more than 50 years, our partnerships have been delivering lasting results in over 150 countries. From local implementers and charitable foundations, to government donors and the private sector, our partners know they can rely on us to provide the technical expertise and decades of experience necessary to leave the work in the capable hands of the people with whom we work.
Partnership in Action
Who We Partner With
Bilateral and Multilateral Organizations, Private Sector and Philanthropy
The key to achieving our mission are relationships with development partners, including bilateral and multilateral organizations. We work with philanthropic organizations and the private sector through corporate social responsibility, shared value, service, and learning partnerships. We understand that alignment, relationship building, and collaboration are crucial to achieving our desired health and social impact.
Private Sector, Universities, Nonprofit and Civil Society Organizations, and Host Country Governments
When planning and implementing projects, we collaborate with a range of stakeholders, including prominent international organizations that have complementary knowledge on a project’s region, health issues, and technical areas. Our partnerships allow us to leverage each other’s areas of specialization to capitalize on efficiencies and, together, achieve optimal results.
US Government Contract Vehicles
A trusted US Government partner, MSH offers expertise to USAID missions and their country partners through several global US Government acquisition and assistance mechanisms.
Global USAID and CDC Projects
MSH’s technical assistance and capacity development expertise are available through the following global mechanisms:
- USAID Medicines, Technologies, and Pharmaceutical Services (MTaPS) Program, 2018-2023 (contract)
- USAID Health Systems for Tuberculosis (HS4TB) project, 2020-2025 (task order contract under Integrated Health Systems IDIQ contract)
- PEPFAR/USAID Reaching Impact, Saturation and Epidemic Control (RISE) project, 2019-2024 (cooperative agreement; MSH is subpartner to Jhpiego)
- CDC Building Capacity for National Public Health Institutes (NPHI) project, 2020-2025 (cooperative agreement)
For information on these mechanisms, including MSH contacts, please see the following summary:
GSA Multiple Award Schedule
Contract number: 47QRAA21D0069
The Multiple Award Schedule (MAS), also known as the GSA Schedule or Federal Supply Schedule, is a platform on which federal government buyers access more than 11 million products and services through long-term government-wide contracts issued by the General Services Administration (GSA).
GSA has awarded MSH a five-year (plus up to 15 additional option years) contract to provide USAID, CDC, and other US Government agencies with simplified, cost-efficient access to our range of technical/development support and business consulting services, under the following Special Item Numbers (SINs):
- Professional Services/Business Administrative Services
SIN 541611 – Management and Financial Consulting, Acquisition and Grants Management Support, and Business Program and Project Management Services
- Scientific Management and Solutions/Scientific Services
SIN 541990TAD – Technical/Application Development Support (TADS)
- Order Level Materials (OLM)
Purchases at Task Order level, for up to 1/3 of Task Order value
MSH’s approved listing on the MAS includes a full set of hourly labor ceiling rates, for various labor categories typically involved in MSH project implementation, that have already been deemed fair and reasonable by GSA.
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Read the stories of the people with whom we work. Together, with our diverse funding and implementing partners, we work with local health leaders and institutions around the world to create lasting health impact.