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Our programs span four decades and over 100 countries. And every year, the longstanding relationships we’ve built with government agencies, private-sector partners, and members of civil society become stronger and more effective.
Our programs are designed with a deep understanding of and appreciation for the context of human rights, gender equality and discrimination, economic empowerment, and changing populations.
We listen, analyze, and collaborate to develop the most effective programs in the industry—always specific to their contexts and relevant to the people we serve.
Jalin is a five-year project aimed at implementing localized solutions to improve maternal and newborn survival rates.Read More
RHITES-East expands access and use of health services across 23 districts in Eastern Uganda and Karamoja.Read More
IntraHealth is partnering with the government of Mali to strengthen its health workforce, scale up progress in maternal and child survival, and protect its citizens from emerging health threats such as Ebola and pandemic influenza.Read More
Better Hearts Better Cities - Dakar is testing evidence-based, scalable approaches to thwart the rise of hypertension in Senegal.Read More
This project is designed to make health commodities for HIV/AIDS, malaria, family planning, and reproductive health more readily available.Read More
The Botswana Comprehensive Care and Support of Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) Project provides comprehensive care for OVC by strengthening national and community-based organizations.Read More
The Challenge Initiative (TCI) is a three-year urban reproductive health program funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.Read More
This project is working to improve health for women and children in Senegal by strengthening health services and making them accessible to more people.Read More
This five-year project is strengthening health professional training programs and health workforce management systems throughout Kenya to help the country improve the health of its citizens.Read More