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Namibia Improves HIV Care through Training and High-Quality Services

IntraHealth provided HIV testing services and comprehensive ART services in 74 sites across eight districts to reduce morbidity and mortality and new HIV infections.

IntraHealth Welcomes Nikolos Oakley to Executive Team

Meet IntraHealth's new Chief Financial and Administrative Officer

Two New Members Join IntraHealth’s Board of Directors

Michele Moloney-Kitts and Jean Philbert Nsengimana bring expertise in maternal and child health, family planning, HIV, youth, digital health, and more.

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TCI’s Francophone West Africa Hub Holds Webinar on Improving Access to Family Planning Among Urban Poor

With Hawa Talla, Hugues Gnahoui, Fatima Sow, and Sarah Brittingham

New Integrated Services Model Improves Access to Family Planning for Women in West Africa

We’re streamlining services so women and their babies get more out of each visit to the health center.

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More Countries Now Using mHero to Boost COVID-19 Response

The system creates powerful connections between government officials and frontline health workers.

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IntraHealth Honors the Memory of Esther Lydia Nandala, Our Colleague in Uganda

She was a passionate, caring member of our RHITES-E team.


2020 IntraHealth-UNC Summer Fellows Explore Global Health in the Age of COVID-19

Four new IntraHealth International and the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill summer fellows completed their projects in gender-based violence, data, and reproductive health this month.

SwitchPoint 2020 Reimagined

To safeguard the health and well-being of our speakers, staff, and attendees from across the globe from COVID-19, IntraHealth International has made the difficult decision to cancel our SwitchPoint 2020 in-person conference in Saxapahaw, North Carolina, this September.

New Tool Helps Organizations Prepare for Africa's Rapidly Evolving Health Work Landscape

The Future of Health Work in Africa: What Will It Look Like in 2040? presents three possible scenarios for what health work in Africa might look like.