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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.
The Global Health Supply Chain Program consolidates all USAID supply purchasing and distribution projects across the health sector, creating one streamlined supply chain.Read More
This project is increasing access to HIV counseling and testing and improving access to antiretroviral therapy (ART) services for pregnant and breastfeeding women, their partners, and children.Read More
We are working to integrate HIV services into maternal and child health, family planning, and tuberculosis services through the USAID HIV Clinical Services Technical Assistance Project (UTAP).Read More
IntraHealth is helping Tanzania improve the efficiency and effectiveness of its immunization program and vaccine inventory management activities.Read More
The Primary Health Care to Communities consortium highlights and strengthens the critical role of nurses and midwives in the achievement of universal health care and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).Read More
The Improving HIV Service Outcomes through Strengthening Human Resources Management project will refine key health workforce systems at the Ministry of Public Health, Ministry of Public Administration, hospitals, and other institutions.Read More
The PASS-2020 project supports Senegal to achieve its ambitious family planning goals.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