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As an organization committed to improving health equity, IntraHealth International denounces the North Carolina General Assembly's recent passage of House Bill 2, legislation that would ban local governments in the state from passing local anti-discrimination ordinances.
On April 21 and 22 in Saxapahaw, North Carolina, development experts, entrepreneurs, academics, artists and innovators will gather to report on pioneering global projects that improve lives around the world, and to cultivate partnerships to further social good.
More than 20 higher education institutions across Central America have integrated a new HIV curriculum into their nursing, medical, or other health professional training programs thanks to IntraHealth International’s work on the USAID-funded Central America Capacity Project.
In December, a year-long initiative between IntraHealth International and Pfizer culminated as Pfizer’s 2015 Executive Global Health Team Project came to a close.
A mobile app developed by IntraHealth International is now helping more frontline health workers in India better care for women and newborns, even in the most remote settings. Thanks to a three-year grant from the Margaret A. Cargill Foundation, mSakhi will now be available in Uttarakhand, India.
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has ended, according to the World Health Organization. Today IntraHealth International joins the Frontline Health Workers Coalition and others in celebrating this hard-won success.
A study of almost 80,000 health care clients in South Africa, Tanzania, and Uganda has found that clients are most likely to agree to HIV testing and counseling when a nurse or lay counselor offers the service before clinical consultation, rather than during or after.
As part of Sierra Leone’s Ebola recovery and prevention efforts, IntraHealth is working with the Ministry of Health and Sanitation, UNICEF, and other partners to implement mHero, an integrated digital health platform for health worker communication and coordination.
The Kijabe College of Health Sciences in Kenya launched a new diploma in clinical medicine and is now training its first cohort of clinical officers. Through the USAID-funded FUNZOKenya project, IntraHealth International collaborated with the college to develop the curriculum and align with core curriculum standards.
A new report published by IntraHealth International documents the achievements and challenges of four countries—the Dominican Republic, Kenya, Mali, and Uganda—in the two years since they made human resources for health (HRH) commitments at the 2013 Third Global Forum on HRH in Recife,...
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