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New Project to Improve Health and Nutrition in Nine West African Francophone Countries

IntraHealth will implement the work in the nine Ouagadougou Partnership countries of West Africa, beginning with Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, and Niger.

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Experts from Facebook, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, and More Join IntraHealth International’s SwitchPoint Council

SwitchPoint Advisory Council members will advise on upcoming trends, partnership opportunities, and more.

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In Central America, Health Workers and Communities Achieve Big Progress in the Fight against HIV

Our local partners have reached more than 35,500 people with HIV care and treatment.

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383,000 Women in Francophone West Africa Started Using Modern Contraception in 2017

The Ouagadougou Partnership member countries together prevented 100,000 unintended pregnancies last year.

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Four Ways Global Health Organizations Can Correct the Gender Imbalance in Their Own Leadership—and Beyond

Relatively few women fill senior leadership roles in the field of global health. That should change.

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mSakhi App Adapted for Noncommunicable Diseases in Jharkhand, India

Frontline health workers in the state of Jharkhand are using mSakhi to screen clients over 30 years old for diabetes and hypertension.

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Zambia Expands Leadership Training Nationwide for Rural Nurses and Midwives

Nurses are now getting the skills they need to lead the way toward universal health coverage.

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Democratic Republic of the Congo Tackles Ghost Workers, Mobilizes Resources for Real Health Workers

iHRIS is helping the DRC reinvest its limited health sector resources in real health workers.

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Twelve Countries Pledge to Protect Health Workers and Facilities in Conflict Areas

IntraHealth International applauds a new declaration by France and 11 other UN member states.

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Health Officials Tap into Powerful Data to Expand HIV Services in Namibia

Results from a major health workforce assessment are saving the health sector money and guiding key policies. 

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