Stories

Stories

Read the stories about our work, from those who do the work, and our upcoming programs, press releases, and project highlights.

View Page: Charting a Path to TB Elimination: Financing and Governance Strategies for High-Burden Countries
A woman speaks with passion holding a microphone to Nearly 150 representatives from 25 Indian states attended a two-day workshop in New Delhi this February on engaging the private sector in TB elimination. The workshop was led by India’s Central TB Division, with support from MSH-led, USAID Health Systems for TB (HS4TB) project and the World Bank. Photo by HS4TB.
Charting a Path to TB Elimination: Financing and Governance Strategies for High-Burden Countries
View Page: Transitioning Rwanda’s Health Care: Official Launch of USAID Ireme
USAID Ireme Technical Team
Transitioning Rwanda’s Health Care: Official Launch of USAID Ireme
View Page: Did the G20 Deliver on Development Finance?
Man holds a sign with the G20 India 2023 logo that says "Welcome Delegates" Photo Credit: UNDRR
Did the G20 Deliver on Development Finance?
View Page: A Pharmaceutical Innovator and Wartime Resource: How the SAFEMed Activity Is Meeting the Ever-Changing Needs of a Country Engulfed in War
Two men load boxes of medicines into a van.
A Pharmaceutical Innovator and Wartime Resource: How the SAFEMed Activity Is Meeting the Ever-Changing Needs of a Country Engulfed in War
View Page: SAFEMed Receives Top Honors in USAID Health Systems Strengthening Case Competition for Efforts to Advance Health Equity
SAFEMed COVID Vaccine distribution
SAFEMed Receives Top Honors in USAID Health Systems Strengthening Case Competition for Efforts to Advance Health Equity
View Page: Management Sciences for Health Partners with the Government of Rwanda and USAID to Strengthen Health Systems through Sustainable Financing, Leadership Development, and Health Workforce Management
Management Sciences for Health Partners with the Government of Rwanda and USAID to Strengthen Health Systems through Sustainable Financing, Leadership Development, and Health Workforce Management

Arlington, VA—July 18, 2023— Management Sciences for Health (MSH) announced today the launch of a new partnership with USAID and the Government of Rwa…

View Page: MSH’s Dr. Rabia Sucu Named President of Health Technology Assessment International, Board of Directors
[Dr. Rabia Kahveci presents at a Ukraine's first national national health technology assessment forum.]
MSH’s Dr. Rabia Sucu Named President of Health Technology Assessment International, Board of Directors
View Page: Kenya’s Primary Health Care Networks Can Help Deliver Better Care for All
Doctor checking an elderly patient's blood pressure
Kenya’s Primary Health Care Networks Can Help Deliver Better Care for All
View Page: A New Focus for Increasing Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health Products in Africa
Family planning commodities and register laid out on a table at a family planning outreach clinic in Mulanje, Malawi, ONSE Health Activity
A New Focus for Increasing Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health Products in Africa
View Page: Management Sciences for Health to Continue Lifesaving Work in Ukraine, Madagascar
Management Sciences for Health to Continue Lifesaving Work in Ukraine, Madagascar

Arlington, VA–February 23, 2023–Management Sciences for Health (MSH) has received two USAID program extensions to continue its vital work in Ukraine a…

View Page: Enabling Better Management of Hospital Finances: The Success of Electronic Cash Registers
[Left to right: Mr. Louis Zicot, DAB computer scientist; Mr. Josma St-Louis, MSPP programming lead; Mr. Hibart Valny, DAB/MSPP electronic and computer engineer; Ms. Marie Carmelle Placide, responsible for the registers at the HSTH]
Enabling Better Management of Hospital Finances: The Success of Electronic Cash Registers
View Page: Transitioning a Health Care Workforce in Haiti’s Sud-Est Department
A clinic pediatric nurse in Haiti wearing a protective face mask sits at her desk going over paperwork during an HIV consultation. Two clients with backs to the camera, sit in chairs in front of the desk.
Transitioning a Health Care Workforce in Haiti’s Sud-Est Department