Bilateral and Multilateral Organizations

Bilateral partners

Bilateral partners, such as USAID, CDC, and DFID, are instrumental in supporting MSH’s wide variety of health programs, which have supported maternal, newborn, and child health; promoted access to medicines and health technologies; strengthened integrated health systems delivery; and combatted infectious diseases to save lives and improve the health of the most vulnerable. Through our track record of achieving results through innovative, evidence-based approaches, we have become a trusted partner of many organizations and government agencies around the world.

Multilateral partners

MSH supports the Sustainable Development Goals and is proud to have worked with many multilateral institutions, such as the World Health Organization, World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, UNFPA, and UNICEF, in pursuit of them. As a member of many international working groups and committees, including the Global Health Council, United Nations Working Groups, the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), InterAction, the US Global Leadership Coalition, the Reproductive Health NGO CEO Group, and the International Family Planning Coalition (IFPC), MSH actively engages with the international community to remain informed on the latest developments in global health.

Partnerships in Action

United States Agency for International Development

{Photo Credit: Todd Shapera}Photo Credit: Todd Shapera

MSH is partnering with USAID to implement the Rwanda Health Systems Strengthening (RHSS) Project. Through the provision of technical assistance, the project aims to enhance the resilience of the Rwanda health sector at the national, decentralized, and community levels by building a country-owned sustainable health system capable of leading and managing care.


Department for International Development

{Photo Credit: Todd Shapera}Photo Credit: Todd Shapera In partnership with DFID’s Country Innovation Challenge Fund (CICF), MSH is scaling up its patient-centered group model of antenatal care (ANC) through the Lea Mimba Project in Kenya. The project will adapt and embed MSH’s innovative ANC model at the district level to address key issues limiting uptake and completion of comprehensive antenatal care, such as costing, advocacy, and socio-cultural factors.

World Bank

{Photo Credit: Carole Douglis/MSH}Photo Credit: Carole Douglis/MSH In partnership with the World Bank, MSH is implementing a performance-based financing project in Haiti which is designed to improve access to and quality of health services, while reducing maternal infant mortality in four targeted health departments. Through the Projet d’Amélioration de la Santé Maternelle et Infantile à travers les Services Sociaux Intégrés (PASMISSI)MSH is working to ensure continuous capacity building and provide coaching support to health actors at all levels of the health system.