We’re a global team of creative, committed humanitarians on a mission.
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.
Explore our interactive map and programs to learn more.
Join us. Together we can improve health and well-being all over the world—for the long haul.
News, stories, and more from the front lines of global health.
VITAL is the blog of IntraHealth International. It’s where we post on the global health topics we care about most.
"Each and every one should be proud of his or her [HIV] status, so that everyone is able to say, ‘Me, I’m so-so-so; me, I’m so-so-so’—even those who are positive,” says Henry Nkazi, an HIV lay counselor in the Republic of Zambia. “They can live a positive life and can live longer than one who is...
March 19, 2009, Chapel Hill, NC—The Government of Kenya has approved a complete absorption of more than 870 health workers contracted over the past three years through an Emergency Hiring Plan to address the country’s severe shortage of health professionals.
Supervisors from Rwanda’s national Treatment and Research AIDS Center (TRAC Plus) praised the quality of HIV clinical services they witnessed during an evaluation visit to Nyagatare District Hospital in January.The IntraHealth-led USAID HIV/AIDS Clinical Services Program (HCSP) supports the hospital, located in the Eastern Province of Rwanda.
Isabelle Bertrand had waited to apply. Only employees who have been with Pfizer for more than three years are eligible for its competitive and prestigious Global Health Fellows program, which financially supports employees in volunteering for capacity building projects in countries all over the world.
Marthe Uwizeyimana says she cannot compare delivery at home with a health facility delivery. “Before, even if I was with my mother-in-law, I had problems and many complications while and after giving birth,” says Marthe, who has had four pregnancies in eight years. Her third child died when he was still young. “At the fourth birth, I was at the health center, where things were clean. I can say that I was in good hands. Before, I was bleeding a lot after birth, but this time it was not the case.”
“I was born in this village of Kabatasi. We were using the swamp water for all our home needs, resulting into different illnesses,” explains Alphonse Rusumbabahizi, a resident of Rwamagana District in Rwanda’s Eastern Province. “Now that we have cleaner water, we are no longer having cases of...
In health facilities across Kenya , many workers are struggling to do their jobs in less-than-ideal conditions. Work climate issues such as poor working environments, unfriendly colleagues, disorganized facility functions and ineffective supervision have been hindering workers’ performance and...
Global non-profit IntraHealth International is partnering with Grammy Award-winning artist Youssou N’Dour on a charity album titled “OPEN Remix” benefiting a new initiative created to address critical health issues in Africa by putting the latest open source software technologies directly in the hands of health workers.
Nas, Duncan Sheik and Peter Buck of R.E.M. are among the headliners donating remixes of N’Dour’s song “Wake Up” to raise funds and visibility for the IntraHealth OPEN Initiative.
Nas, Peter Buck of R.E.M., and Duncan Sheik join to change the way people think about health, technology and the developing world.
Pape Gaye, President and CEO of IntraHealth, David Nelson, Assistant Director of Communications, and Catherine Murphy, IntraHealth Training and Learning Advisor, published two commentaries in the journal Human Resources for Health. Gaye and Nelson co-authored “Effective Scale-Up: Avoiding the Same Old Traps,” and Murphy wrote, “Focusing on the Essentials: Learning for Performance.”
See our interactive map
Give the gift of health care