A Five-Year Program Supports Haiti’s Path to Health Care Self-Reliance
Arlington, VA—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) announced today that it has been selected by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) to strengthen Haiti’s health system. The five-year project—Haiti’s Health Leadership Program (HLP)—will support the Haitian government’s efforts to build an optimal health system that is accessible, accountable, affordable, and reliable.
Medford, MA — Global health NGO Management Sciences for Health (MSH) announced today the appointment of Mr. Larousse Céus as Acting Country Representative in Haiti. Mr. Céus is a seasoned management, operations, and public health professional with more than 20 years of experience in international NGO management. Based in MSH's Port-au-Prince office, Mr. Céus is responsible for leading and coordinating all MSH efforts in Haiti by working in partnership with key in-country stakeholders, such as donors, government officials, clients, and other partner organizations.
Fort-Liberté, Haiti — The Ministry of Public Health and Population in Haiti has officially launched a technical assistance agreement to support the introduction of results-based financing for health in four of the Haiti’s ten geographic departments. The agreement is being implemented through funding from the World Bank and in partnership with Management Sciences for Health (MSH).
Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is pleased to welcome Dr. Margareth Mallet as its new Country Representative for MSH Haiti. Dr. Mallet, who will be based in MSH’s office in Port-au-Prince, has more than 25 years of experience in public health, with 10 years as a senior leader in MSH’s comprehensive family planning, leadership, and urban health services programs. Dr. Mallet is skilled in design and implementation of community health programs as well as in design and execution of comprehensive health system strategies.
With long-standing partnerships, MSH reaffirms its commitment to the health of the Haitian people
Five years ago today an earthquake devastated Haiti. Management Sciences for Health (MSH) had been working shoulder to shoulder with the Government to improve the health and lives of the Haitian people for thirty years. The earthquake brought a new sense of urgency to this life-saving work, which continued with even greater resolve. Today, MSH reaffirms its commitment to health of the Haitian people.
Three years after the earthquake that devastated Haiti, Management Sciences for Health (MSH) recognizes the hundreds of thousands of Haitians who died and the many more who continue to struggle in the aftermath. MSH, a nonprofit international health organization, supports the Haitian government in its efforts to develop a strong and sustainable health system.Despite an intensive international response, many Haitians still suffer severe hardship. Three years later, more than 350,000 Haitians still live in tents and other fragile shelters, exposing them to social and environmental risks.
On Friday, October 7, 2011, 150 friends and colleagues joined MSH for an evening reception at the Karibe Convention Center in Port-au-Prince, Haiti to celebrate the organization’s 40th anniversary.MSH President and CEO Dr. Jonathan Quick spoke on the global impact of MSH programs and the future of the organization while highlighting its ongoing commitment in Haiti.
(Port- au- Prince, Haiti) Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is preparing to conduct a nationwide training program in Haiti for cholera prevention and treatment. The training will be conducted in 147 facilities for 45 doctors, 70 nurses, and over 4,500 community-level first responders across all 10 of Haiti’s departments. Additionally, MSH will reactivate mobile health kiosks originally created throughout the Port-au-Prince camps after the January 12, 2010 earthquake. The kiosks will provide information about hygiene, sanitation, and cholera prevention and treatment.
Haiti—A New Way Forward InterAction Forum Walter E. Washington Convention Center Washington, DC Friday, June 4, 2010 1-3 PM The international NGO community has been active in Haiti for decades, focusing on development work and shifting regularly to humanitarian assistance in response to a range of natural disasters. The earthquake on January 12 has refocused the community not only on disaster preparedness and response, but also on how to be better partners in development with the population of Haiti and its government.