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VITAL is the blog of IntraHealth International. It’s where we post on the global health topics we care about most.
The award advances academic research on intimate-partner violence as a global health problem and a human rights violation.
Training hubs established by the FUNZOKenya project demonstrated a 38% increase in cost-efficiency over typical trainings.
IntraHealth announces a new structure to manage the continuing growth of the iHRIS platform of open source health workforce software.
Five health facilities in Togo drastically improved family planning services for clients seeking care for postabortion complications, thanks to IntraHealth’s signature quality-improvement approach.
New awards will expand IntraHealth's work in integrated primary health care, health workforce support, HIV, advocacy, and more.
Through a new five-year award from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, IntraHealth will strengthen and scale up a comprehensive package of high-quality, safe services for voluntary medical male circumcision among adolescents and adult men in Tanzania.
Through a new five-year, $37.8 million award from the US Agency for International Development, IntraHealth International and its partners will strengthen health professional training programs and health workforce management systems throughout Kenya to help the country improve the health of its citizens.
It used to be where Kenyan health workers who stepped out of line were sent as punishment. But today, Turkana County has become the go-to place for health workers. Here's how it happened.
Today the United Nations Security Council held a briefing on Resolution 2286, which it passed in May 2016 to condemn attacks on health care.
Namibia celebrated another milestone in its efforts to mitigate the country’s HIV epidemic last month, when over 200 people gathered for a ceremony to honor 128 newly recruited health workers.
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