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“I think I will be able to—in a short time—help clients to adhere to family planning and improve the quality of services I offered before,” says one participant in a quality improvement training for private sector family planning providers.
Forty-three private sector health care...
August 5, 2008, Chapel Hill, NC—IntraHealth International’s work to gear up the Southern Sudanese military to fight HIV/AIDS is featured at a session on HIV programs in conflict and post-conflict settings on August 6, from 4:30 to 6:30 PM, at the XVII International AIDS Conference. The session—co-chaired by IntraHealth’s Carol Karutu—is part of the week-long conference in Mexico City focusing on new research and major challenges in the global response to AIDS.
Imagine you’re a health-sector manager faced with competing priorities for your country’s valuable human resources for health (HRH). You need data to help you make the most effective decisions, yet the information you seek is not easy to find—and not always easy to understand. “Often looking at...
Influenced by a workshop on strengthening supervisory skills, Nurse Sister Sibongile Khoza now sits down with her subordinates to find the root cause when a difficulty arises: “In one instance, I discovered that burnout was causing a nurse’s negative attitude towards work. Sitting down with her...
Project NOVA recently received a donation from the Burns Supper (the third donation provided to the project), a charity event in Armenia hosted by the British Embassy in honor of Scottish poet Robert Burns. This donation purchased equipment for maternal and child health care in several of the health facilities Project NOVA supports in Armenia. The equipment included an ultrasound examination device, an incubator, a neonatal breeze lung ventilator, neonatal reanimation equipment, a patient monitor and a syringe pump.
June 11, 2008, Chapel Hill, NC—Preliminary data from a new national survey show a dramatic rise in use of modern contraception among married women in Rwanda, Africa’s most densely populated country, from 10% in 2005 to 27% in 2008.
Nearly Three-Fold Increase in Contraceptive Use in Three Years
“I am really much inspired and I have come to the class with pleasure. Sometimes the information we get outside from our neighbors, friends and families is controversial, and here, I am sure, I’ll acquire the most valuable information, which will help me to overcome my fear,” says Lilit Handunts...
In Costa Rica, health managers and providers of HIV services considered a problem. With services concentrated in just three hospitals, all located in San Jose, the capacity for providing HIV care and treatment was overtaken by the demand. Waiting lists for enrolling newly diagnosed clients ran...
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