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: 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: Photo Essay: Linking Ugandan Communities to Tuberculosis Care
A multidrug-resistant TB patient from Kitgum, Uganda. He lost his job because of his illness. Photo credit: Diana Tumuhairwe/MSH
Photo Essay: Linking Ugandan Communities to Tuberculosis Care
View Page: Peer Navigators Promote Positive Living for Key Populations with HIV
[A provincial antiretroviral therapy nurse, peer educator, and MWENHO peer navigator gather after a training. Photo credit: LINKAGES/MSH]
Peer Navigators Promote Positive Living for Key Populations with HIV
View Page: Peer Educators Sensitize Police to Improve HIV and Gender-Based Violence Services for Sex Workers
[Police leaders at a LINKAGES training. Photo credit: LINKAGES/MSH]
Peer Educators Sensitize Police to Improve HIV and Gender-Based Violence Services for Sex Workers
View Page: Police Become Allies in Protecting Key Populations
[Participants gather at a violence prevention and response action planning workshop with representatives of the government, health facilities, and local partner organization, ASCAM, in Luanda, Angola. Photo credit: LINKAGES/MSH]
Police Become Allies in Protecting Key Populations
View Page: Addressing Gender-Based Violence Included in Minimum Package of HIV Services for Female Sex Workers in Luanda
[Role playing activity at a violence prevention and response workshop. Photo credit: LINKAGES/MSH]
Addressing Gender-Based Violence Included in Minimum Package of HIV Services for Female Sex Workers in Luanda
View Page: A Motivated HIV Counselor Never Gives up on Her Clients
[Counselors from Cuidados da Infancia accompany clients to a health facility. Photo credit: LINKAGES/MSH]
A Motivated HIV Counselor Never Gives up on Her Clients
View Page: Changing Hearts and Minds: Fighting Discrimination and HIV
[A FOJASSIDA peer educator and lay counselor. Photo credit: LINKAGES/MSH]
Changing Hearts and Minds: Fighting Discrimination and HIV
View Page: Ensuring the Safety of Community Outreach Workers is Critical to HIV Programs
[Photo credit: LINKAGES/MSH]
Ensuring the Safety of Community Outreach Workers is Critical to HIV Programs
View Page: Mayowa’s story: Defying the odds and living positively with HIV
[Omena Eghaghara, Supply Chain Management Specialist for the CaTSS project, visits with Mayowa. Photo credit: Aor Ikyaabo/MSH]
Mayowa’s story: Defying the odds and living positively with HIV
View Page: Management Sciences for Health Recognizes Achievements in Angola’s Fight Against HIV and AIDS
Management Sciences for Health Recognizes Achievements in Angola’s Fight Against HIV and AIDS

Arlington, VA, and Luanda, Angola—September 5, 2019—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) announced today the conclusion of its work supporting Angola’…

View Page: Accelerating empowerment of female sex workers in Angola
Accelerating empowerment of female sex workers in Angola

Reaching key populations with prevention, care, and treatment services is critical to Angola’s fight against HIV. Weekly peer support groups for femal…