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IntraHealth has been selected by USAID to lead the HIV/AIDS Clinical Services Program in Rwanda's Northern Zone—a five-year, $27.7 million dollar initiative to expand HIV/AIDS clinical services capacity for patient care in partnership with national and district-led Rwandan institutions. This represents one of the three awards awarded by USAID to support HIV/AIDS clinical services in 14 out of 30 districts in Rwanda.
Around 500 participants attended an "end of project" conference in Dhaka on May 23 for the Nongovernmental Organization Service Delivery Program (NSDP) in Bangladesh. IntraHealth has provided technical assistance and training expertise to NSDP since 2002. The five-year USAID-funded program, led by Pathfinder International, has worked to advance the health of Bangladeshis through improving the delivery and quality of essential public health services, training health care providers and assisting NGOs with institutional development.
In Tanzania, the East, Central and Southern Africa (ECSA) Health Community faced a challenge. Its member states struggled to produce current, accurate information on health worker training, deployment and attrition. How could ECSA help improve these countries’ human resources information systems...
"We had to queue too long for services, and at the end of the day most of us were referred to another hospital because Lopiding could no longer perform certain activities," recalls Nakalale Lesomoe, who lives in Kenya ’s remote Turkana District. She is describing the difficult transition when...
At the midpoint of the five-year Capacity Project, team members gathered in Washington, DC for a technical review and workshop on the Project’s efforts to strengthen human resources for health (HRH) to support key services in family planning, reproductive health and HIV/AIDS treatment and care....
In Mali’s remote and resource-poor northern zone, a nursing school is training health workers to serve the diverse population of this region. At the Ecole des Infirmiers de Gao (EIG), around 40 faculty members provide instruction for approximately 240 students.
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