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Polly Dunford to Lead IntraHealth International as New President and CEO

Dunford is joining IntraHealth after nearly 20 years of service with the US Agency for International Development.

Data-Driven Strategies and Creative Approaches to Addressing HIV Get Results in South Sudan

IntraHealth projects are improving access to high-quality HIV services and strengthening systems for better data collection and decision-making.

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Kenya Now Uses iHRIS Software to Manage PEPFAR Health Workforce

The government of Kenya is increasing support and management of its health workforce—and it’s using iHRIS to do so.

iHRIS 5.0 Offers New Reporting Features and More for Health Worker Data

The new version features an improved search function, responsive graph capabilities, and a professionally-designed interface.

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Young Advocates, Political Will Drive Progress on Family Planning in Francophone West Africa

Countries throughout the region are celebrating progress this week at the Ouagadougou Partnership annual meeting.

IntraHealth Awarded for Its Commitment to the Next Generation of Public Health Leaders

The 2019 Impact in Practice Award comes from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Gillings School of Global Public Health.

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IntraHealth and PEPFAR Partnership Means HIV Services for Millions

Our longstanding partnership with the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, or PEPFAR, has led to lifesaving HIV services millions of people across the globe.

Peer Navigators Help Connect Thousands to HIV Care and Treatment Services in South Sudan

This year, the project has served over 7,500 people in Juba, Nimule, and Yambio.

Tajik Community Health Volunteers Improve Nutrition, Maternal Health, and Agriculture for Thousands

Thousands of people in Khatlon region now have greater access to health services and sanitation.

Health Worker Training Is Improving Hypertension Care and Prevention in Senegal

Dakar’s newly trained health workers are tackling a leading cause of death in Senegal.

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