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Our programs span almost 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.
IntraHealth and Uganda's Ministry of Health are working together to bring the health sector's staffing levels up from 69% to 75% nationwide.Read More
Linkages conducts a range of activities to reduce HIV transmission among key populations.Read More
TASC4 Africa is designed to help countries improve the health of women, children, and other vulnerable populations.Read More
Capacity Building for Fistula Treatment and Prevention in Mali project is making fistula repair services available within more health facilities in Mali, and building the capacity of health workers to diagnose, treat, and prevent the condition effectively.Read More
This is a USAID-funded contract is designed to provide information and communication technology (ICT) solutions to USAID globally to achieve its population, health, nutrition, and infectious disease objectives.Read More
IntraHealth leads this project focused on identifying and addressing performance gaps in host country partner institutions.Read More
The Human Resources for Health (HRH) Capacity Bridge project strengthens Kenya’s health systems at the national and county levels, empowering the country’s health workers to provide high-quality care to more Kenyans.Read More
This project is improving the health and wellbeing of orphans and vulnerable children affected by HIV and AIDS and other adversities.Read More
IntraHealth International, in collaboration with Senegal's Ministry of Health, is expanding access to—and use of—family planning by reducing contraceptive stockouts.Read More