2022 IntraHealth-UNC Summer Fellows Explore Health Workforce Development, Family Planning, and Policy and Advocacy

These grad students bring fresh ideas and gain hands-on experience in a global health nonprofit.

Inaugural Cohort Graduates from South Sudan’s Public Health Institute

With help from IntraHealth International, graduating fellows received certificates in data management and leadership management and governance.

Rwanda Focuses on Health Workers to Strengthen COVID-Related Services in 20 Districts

Clinical mentorship, infection control measures, and community dialogues are improving care.

IntraHealth Reached 317,443 Health Workers in 2021, Extending Health Care to Millions

We worked with 7,950 local partners—including health facilities, government agencies, private-sector institutions, and more—to get results.

IntraHealth Continues to Support USAID’s Local Partner Transition for PEPFAR Funded Projects through a New Contract

ASAP II will build on the successes of ASAP I and provide local organizations with the support and skills-building they need to receive USAID funding.  

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Olivia Vélez Joins IntraHealth as New Chief Digital Health Officer

As a member of the executive team, Vélez will lead IntraHealth’s digital health team and initiatives.

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An Interactive Game Helps Men Start Family Planning Conversations in Eastern Uganda

Over 20,000 men played the interactive game, which drove 61.5% of all postpartum family planning uptake in the six districts.

Project to Improve Health and Nutrition in West Africa Expands to Guinea

IntraHealth’s INSPiRE project is integrating more services for mothers and babies.

IntraHealth Commends Proposed Billion-Dollar Initiative for Health Workers, Calls on Congress to Enact It

The Health Workforce Initiative could ensure strong, locally led, interconnected systems to end the COVID-19 pandemic and better prepare for future emergencies.

Vaccine Redistribution Provides More Ugandan Citizens with COVID-19 Protection

IntraHealth partnered with the Ugandan government and district cold chain technicians to use data to reallocate COVID-19 vaccines where demand was high.