Left to right: Dan Namarika, Principal Secretary of Health, Virginia Palmer, US Ambassador to Malawi, and Dr Charles Mwansambo, Chief of Health Services in the Ministry of Health and Population hold an oxygen concentrator, one of many pieces of medical equipment that have now been transferred to the MOH.
Arlington, VA—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) joins the global health community in expressing its deep appreciation to US lawmakers and the White House for their recent reauthorization of the US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) for another five years.
Medford, Massachusetts — Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the US Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Organized Network of Services for Everyone’s Health (ONSE) project in Malawi.
A new study published in PLOS ONE offers a potentially easy and cost-effective strategy for evaluating the efficacy of Malawi’s Option B+ Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV (PMTCT) program. The study describes a surveillance approach to obtain population-based estimates of the vertical transmission rate (VTR) of infants exposed to HIV from their mothers in Malawi immediately after the adoption of the Option B+ strategy.
The MSH-led AIDSTAR-Two Project, funded by USAID, has published a new technical paper, "The Use of Information and Communication Technology in Family Planning, Reproductive Health, and other Health Programs: A Review of Trends and Evidence", which focuses on how new technology – particularly mobile technologies – has the capacity to improve access to family planning and reproductive health information and services.The paper presents examples of information and communication technologies being used in Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, Malawi, India and Bangladesh, and look
TORONTO, CANADA (AUGUST 13–18, 2006)—Several MSH field and headquarters employees will be presenting at the Sixteenth International AIDS Conference in Toronto in support of the conference theme, “Time to Deliver.”SH representatives are traveling to Toronto from as far away as Malawi and Namibia and presenting on topics including pharmaceutical management, leadership development, strengthening laboratory services, and scaling-up programs.