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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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News, stories, and more from the front lines of global health.
Through a new three-year award from the US Agency for International Development, IntraHealth International will partner with the government of Mali to strengthen its health workforce, scale up progress in maternal and child survival, and protect its citizens from emerging health threats such as Ebola and pandemic influenza.
The number of individuals protected from malaria and other mosquito-borne illnesses in Senegal skyrocketed last year.
The plan could fend off a projected global shortfall of 18 million health workers by 2030.
The number of infants tested in Nyangana skyrocketed over the past year, thanks in part to IntraHealth's new tracking system.
The global health sector in North Carolina improves lives around the world and fuels our local economy.
RHITES-East will expand access to and use of health services across 23 districts.
The Trump Administration’s FY2018 budget proposal and other proposed policies would leave us all vulnerable to health threats.
New report from coalition of more than 30 NGOs shows extent and intensity of violence against health workers globally remains alarmingly high, calls on the UN Security Council and countries to take concrete steps to end impunity.
This year’s program brings frontline health workers to the main stage.
The award advances academic research on intimate-partner violence as a global health problem and a human rights violation.
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