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Please download to read the USAID Safe, Affordable, and Effective Medicines for Ukrainians (SAFEMed) Activity in Ukraine News Digest, March 2021 edition. 

Sustaining Essential Health Care During Covid-19: A Toolkit for Local Leaders to Adapt Health Services in Low-Resource Settings assists leaders in responding to surging health care needs that threaten to overwhelm the system.

Inside this issue:Strengthening health systems must continue in 2021A forgotten remote health center gets a second chanceBuilding human resources that ensure continuity of services

Do you have a bold idea on how to help the people of Uganda have more access to affordable, quality, essential medicines and health supplies?Submit your idea to Uganda’s first ever Health Supply Chain Solutions Challenge, hosted by the newly launched Supply Chain Innovations Lab, in conjunction with the United Nations Populations Fund.

Management Sciences for Health (MSH) has been fighting malaria for three decades in over 40 countries.

Please download to read the USAID Safe, Affordable, and Effective Medicines for Ukrainians (SAFEMed) Activity in Ukraine News Digest, April 2021 edition.

ABSTRACTObjectives: This article demonstrates a sustainable biosafety training model developed to enhance laboratory quality and support accreditation in health facilities in Kenya.Methods: A biosafety technical working group was formed, and sensitization meetings held with health managers.

PurposeTo assist organizations to map the development of key management components and use these results for planning improvements and monitoring progress.DescriptionThe Management and Organizational Sustainability Tool (MOST) is a structured, participatory process that allows organizations to assess their own management performance, develop a concrete action plan for improvement and carry out the

Tuberculosis is a major cause of adult deaths and places a huge social and financial burden on the people who have the disease, as well as on their families and communities.

The Rwandan Ministry of Health partnered with the Integrated Health Systems Strengthening Project (IHSSP) to strengthen and coordinate its health information system. In 2009, when IHSSP was launched, the ministry had multiple systems to gather data from the country’s health services, but the systems used to aggregate and analyze the information were weak and were not interoperable.

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