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No Time for Complacency: IntraHealth Renews Call for Sustained Ebola Support

At IntraHealth International, we are disheartened by recent Ebola-related news from West Africa, and call on the world community, including ministries of health, donor agencies, and other stakeholders, to urgently renew and strengthen their efforts to provide systematic, sustained investment in frontline health workforces and health systems around the world.

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IntraHealth Receives Grand Challenge Award for Ebola Response

IntraHealth International is among the 15 organizations to receive an award from the US Agency for International Development (USAID) as part of the ongoing call for innovationsFighting Ebola: A Grand Challenge for Development. IntraHealth will use the award to further develop and expand its mHero technology in collaboration with UNICEF and a consortium of partners.

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Sheila Leatherman and Joseph P. Davis III Join IntraHealth's Board of Directors

IntraHealth International welcomes two new members to its board of directors: Sheila Leatherman, MSW, CBE, Hon FRCP, and Joseph P. Davis III.

Sheila Leatherman and Joseph P. Davis III Join IntraHealth's Board of Directors

CHAPEL HILL, NC, March 19, 2015--IntraHealth International welcomes two new members to its board of directors: Sheila Leatherman, MSW, CBE, Hon FRCP, and Joseph P. Davis III.

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Civil Society Advocates for Family Planning in West Africa

Thanks to a new grant from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, IntraHealth International will continue to build and strengthen relationships among governments and civil society groups in Benin, Mali, and Senegal, and will newly expand this work into Niger and Burkina Faso.

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New Analysis Highlights Cost Effectiveness of Health Workforce Scale Up in Ebola-Affected Countries

An independent analysis released today and commissioned by the Frontline Health Workers Coalition (FHWC) finds that scaling up the local health workforce in West Africa is a cost-effective investment to help end the Ebola epidemic, restore essential health services and build the resilient workforce needed to tackle future threats.

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New Analysis Highlights Cost Effectiveness of Health Workforce Scale Up in Ebola-Affected Countries

March 2, 2015, Washington—An independent analysis released today and commissioned by the Frontline Health Workers Coalition (FHWC) finds that scaling up the local health workforce in West Africa is a cost-effective investment to help end the Ebola epidemic, restore essential health services and build the resilient workforce needed to tackle future threats.

IntraHealth International Encourages Continued Investment in Global Health Workforce Governance

On Wednesday and Thursday this week, the Global Health Workforce Alliance (GHWA)’s board will meet to decide the best path forward to continue advancing the advocacy and monitoring of human resources for health (HRH) investments and improvements.

IntraHealth Announces the 2015 SwitchPoint Youth Contest

IntraHealth International announces the opening of the 2015 SwitchPoint Youth Contest.

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