Partnership with Southern Sudan's Military to Fight HIV Featured at International AIDS Conference

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.

Project NOVA Honored With A Burns Supper Donation

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.

IntraHealth's Family Planning Work in Rwanda Contributes to Near Three-Fold Increase in Contraceptive Use in Only Three Years

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.

IntraHealth Contributes To Family Planning Success In Rwanda

Nearly Three-Fold Increase in Contraceptive Use in Three Years

Capacity Project Authors' Letter Published In The Lancet