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We believe everyone everywhere should have the health care they need to thrive. That’s why we work every day to improve the performance of health workers around the world and strengthen the systems in which they work.
We’ve worked in over 100 countries since 1979. And we’re partnering with new ones every year. Our programs build lasting relationships and strong capabilities wherever we work.
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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.
IntraHealth provided HIV testing services and comprehensive ART services in 74 sites across eight districts to reduce morbidity and mortality and new HIV infections.
Meet IntraHealth's new Chief Financial and Administrative Officer
Michele Moloney-Kitts and Jean Philbert Nsengimana bring expertise in maternal and child health, family planning, HIV, youth, digital health, and more.
With Hawa Talla, Hugues Gnahoui, Fatima Sow, and Sarah Brittingham
We’re streamlining services so women and their babies get more out of each visit to the health center.
The system creates powerful connections between government officials and frontline health workers.
She was a passionate, caring member of our RHITES-E team.
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.
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.
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.
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