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New Research Award Seeks Better Evidence to Reduce Intimate Partner Violence and Honors Former Colleague

IntraHealth International is pleased to announce the Raluca Iosif Intimate Partner Violence Research Award in partnership with the University of North Carolina (UNC) Gillings School of Global Public Health and the UNC Injury Prevention Research Center.

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More Women Choose Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives in Rural Senegal

One hundred rural health facilities in Senegal reported an 86% increase in the number of women choosing long-acting reversible contraceptives, or LARCs, after implementing IntraHealth International’s performance improvement and mentoring approach, TutoratPlus. The number of new clients choosing any type of modern contraceptive method rose by 64%.

New Afya Plus to Improve Health Care Quality and Accessibility in Tanzania

IntraHealth International launched its newest independent, country-based affiliate last month in Tanzania. 

Many Tajikistan Hospitals Not Equipped to Care for Moms and Newborns, Assessment Shows

IntraHealth completes in-depth assessments of 14 hospital maternity wards and six primary care centers marking the first significant assessment of hospitals in the country.

Through The Challenge Initiative, IntraHealth will Improve Access to Contraception in Cities across West Africa

IntraHealth International is proud to announce its participation in The Challenge Initiative (TCI), a new three-year urban reproductive health program funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

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2016 UNC-IntraHealth Fellows Explore Digital Health, Services for Sex Workers, and More

Three new graduates of the UNC-IntraHealth Fellows Program mark the seventh year of partnership between IntraHealth International and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s (UNC) Gillings School of Global Public Health. 

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New $69 Million Project to Improve Health Services and Expand Access to Care in Senegal

Through a new five-year, $69 million award from the US Agency for International Development, IntraHealth International and its partners will work to improve health for women and children in Senegal

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Increase in Number of Health Workers Expands Access to HIV Services in Uganda

New increases in the number and availability of health workers are giving more people access to comprehensive HIV care in Uganda, a major step in addressing the country’s ongoing HIV epidemic and health workforce shortage.

Global Social Service Workforce Alliance Takes Steps toward Growth, Independence

IntraHealth International and the Global Social Service Workforce Alliance are proud to announce that the Tides Center will become the new host and fiscal sponsor of the alliance effective July 15, 2016.  

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