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In South Sudan—a country in which civil unrest and widespread famine have left many without access to health care or food—mother-to-mother support groups are helping prevent the spread of HIV while providing HIV-positive women with the emotional and social support they need.
Health workers at an outreach facility in rural Shinyanga, Tanzania, hosted two special guests on October 8: Mandy Moore—American singer/songwriter, actress, and PSI global ambassador—and Jennifer James—founder of Mom Bloggers for Social Good and writer for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Huffington Post.
Eighteen international health organizations, led by mPowering Frontline Health Workers and IntraHealth International, are coming together to share information related to the Ebola crisis response through four webinar discussions and via the new online Ebola Resource Center.
IntraHealth International contributed to a new report published last week by the Frontline Health Workers Coalition, A Commitment for Community Health Workers: Improving Data for Decision-Making.
Today we know how to eradicate polio, how to tackle malaria, how to ward off maternal deaths. We can even see our way to an AIDS-free generation.
These are things we couldn’t say 50 years ago—or in the case of AIDS, even 10 years ago.
Still, we’ve got a long way to go. One...
During the first meeting of IntraHealth Namibia’s board of directors last month, members committed to addressing one of Namibia’s greatest health challenges: a shortage of trained, equitably distributed, well-equipped health workers.
Today at the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting, Louise Winstanly, chair of IntraHealth International’s board of directors, joined president and CEO Pape Gaye to announce a new CGI Commitment to Action to promote dignity and wellbeing among Mali’s most vulnerable women by expanding access to high-quality obstetric fistula treatment and support services.
September 22, 2014, Chapel Hill, NC—Today at the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting, Louise Winstanly, chair of IntraHealth International’s board of directors, joined president and CEO Pape Gaye to announce a new CGI Commitment to Action to promote dignity and wellbeing among Mali’s most vulnerable women by expanding access to high-quality obstetric fistula treatment and support services.
For the fifth year running, IntraHealth International has teamed up with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) Gillings School of Global Public Health to offer the Summer Fellows Program, which gives graduate and doctoral students at the school hands-on experience in the field of global health.
IntraHealth International and UNICEF are joining forces to help Liberia’s Ministry of Health and Social Welfare communicate with health workers in real time as the country fights to contain the Ebola outbreak.
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