Arlington, VA—Management Sciences for Health (MSH), a nonprofit global health organization, has joined forces with the Madagascar Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) to combat an unprecedented measles outbreak with support from the US Agency for International Development (USAID). Since October 2018, the outbreak has infected approximately 140,000 people and claimed the lives of 1,250 Malagasies, including more than 650 children.“MSH is committed to strengthening Madagascar’s health system in partnership with the national government and local communities,” said Marian W.
Interventions to focus on health systems strengthening, quality of care, healthy behaviors, and access to pharmaceuticals and health commodities
Arlington, VA—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) announced today that it has been awarded USAID funding to support Madagascar’s journey toward a stronger health system. The two new five-year awards will focus on access to quality health services and pharmaceuticals and health commodities for all Malagasy people.
Project awards range from infectious disease prevention to health financing and disability inclusion in South Sudan, Afghanistan, Syria, Angola, Cambodia, Madagascar, Mali, Myanmar, Niger, Pakistan, and Togo
Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is pleased to announce the start of a new project in Madagascar with USAID/Madagascar, The USAID Primary Health Care (PHC) project. PHC is a five-year initiative to increase community-based primary health care service uptake and the adoption of healthy behaviors, particularly for women of reproductive age, infants, and children under five. The project will focus its efforts in six of Madagascar’s 22 regions, where access to and quality of primary health care services is limited.