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

View Page: Haiti Approves Health Plan to Expand Access
Dr. Jocelyn Marhone, MSPP, speaks in front of a roomful of people during the official launch of the plan directeur in Haiti. Photo credit: Alexandra Emilien
Haiti Approves Health Plan to Expand Access
View Page: Management Sciences for Health to Improve Access to Affordable Medicines and Health Services in Multiple Countries
Management Sciences for Health to Improve Access to Affordable Medicines and Health Services in Multiple Countries

A five-year program to focus on access to essential medical products, pharmaceutical-sector governance, and expansion of patient-centered pharmaceutic…

View Page: MSH Leads Project in Bangladesh to Improve Access to Health Services for Young Women and First-time Parents
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MSH Leads Project in Bangladesh to Improve Access to Health Services for Young Women and First-time Parents
View Page: Using Facebook Ads to Boost COVID-19 Vaccination Uptake: Lessons from Guatemala
Healthy Mothers and Babies in Guatemala project team
Using Facebook Ads to Boost COVID-19 Vaccination Uptake: Lessons from Guatemala
View Page: Resilient and Sustainable Systems for Health Project Brings Health Care to All in Nigeria
[National Health Insurance System (NHIS) desk of the National Hospital of Abuja, Nigeria.] {Photo Credit: Gwenn Dubourthournieu}
Resilient and Sustainable Systems for Health Project Brings Health Care to All in Nigeria
View Page: Volunteer Escorts in Nigeria: A Key Link to HIV Treatment and Care
[MSH staff member, Christopher Ogar, verifies information from a HIV testing services register with facility staff at  General Hospital Suleija in Niger state, Nigeria.] {Photo credit: Aor Ikyaabo/MSH}
Volunteer Escorts in Nigeria: A Key Link to HIV Treatment and Care
View Page: Strategic Policy Documents Enhance Health Supply Chain Management in Nigeria
[Bravo Otohabru, Supply Chain Director of the Resilient and Sustainable Systems for Health (RSSH) project, presents final supply chain policy documents.] {Photo credit: MSH Staff}
Strategic Policy Documents Enhance Health Supply Chain Management in Nigeria
View Page: Using Supply Chain Data to Fight COVID-19 in Uganda
[National Medical Stores staff undergo a practical session on processing of orders for COVID-19 emergency supplies using the eELMIS with a trainer from MSH/UHSC.] {Photo credit MSH staff}
Using Supply Chain Data to Fight COVID-19 in Uganda
View Page: Real-time Data Strengthening Uganda’s Response to COVID-19
[The Koboko District Rapid Response team and partners discuss medicines and medical supplies to order through the eELMIS] {Photo credit: MSH staff}
Real-time Data Strengthening Uganda’s Response to COVID-19
View Page: Management Sciences for Health to Strengthen Pregnancy Care for Underserved Indigenous Women in Guatemala
Management Sciences for Health to Strengthen Pregnancy Care for Underserved Indigenous Women in Guatemala

Project builds on the organization’s pioneering work in Uganda and Kenya Arlington, VA—March 4, 2019—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) announ…

View Page: We Will Not Let Antenatal Care Services Falter
Prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, pregnant women participating in group antenatal care sessions met to share experiences, receive health information, form social bonds, and track the progress of their pregnancies
We Will Not Let Antenatal Care Services Falter
View Page: Pharmaceutical regulators and academia come together in Accra to validate the Regional Centres of Regulatory Excellence’s new M&E tool
Pharmaceutical regulators and academia come together in Accra to validate the Regional Centres of Regulatory Excellence’s new M&E tool

Regional regulatory leaders, representatives from academia, and development organizations gathered in Accra, Ghana, in June to review a new monitoring…