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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.
Ending the partnership is a threat to global health security and to our global response to COVID-19.
IntraHealth is helping governments zero in on their countries’ distinctive circumstances within the pandemic, quickly and remotely.
The new Safeguarding Health in Conflict Coalition annual report documents violence and threats in 20 countries and territories.
Mavjuda was a dedicated, compassionate leader and much-loved member of IntraHealth’s Tajikistan team.
“She is the right leader to guide the partnership through 2020 and beyond,” says IntraHealth president and CEO Polly Dunford.
The agency began the approach long before COVID-19, but the partnerships and systems it put into place are helping Senegal respond.
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