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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.
This project works with South Sudan’s Ministry of Health and the South Sudan National Bureau of Statistics to build strong HIV strategic information and health workforce systems within the country.Read More
In 2011, nine francophone West African countries formed the Ouagadougou Partnership to change the story of family planning in the region.Read More
Since 2011, IntraHealth has been working through the Strengthening Civil Society for Family Planning in West Africa Project (CS4FP) to establish solid partnerships between governments and civil society groups to promote the benefits and use of family planning.Read More
E2A is USAID’s global flagship project for strengthening family planning and reproductive health service delivery.Read More
IntraHealth is helping to strengthen the ability of ministries of health, social security institutes, and multisectoral Continuum of Care networks to sustain quality and performance in health services.Read More
IntraHealth works with the Senegalese government to improve health care by offering a stronger, more widely available integrated package of high-quality services in 11 regions.Read More
The Sukshema project supports the Government of Karnataka to develop and implement strategies to improve maternal, newborn, and child health in alignment with the Government of India National Rural Health MissionRead More
In Tanzania, over 1 million adults live with HIV and over 2 million children have been orphaned by the virus. The country also suffers from a severe shortage health workers—there are only three trained health professionals for every 10,000 people. This means that many who are HIV-positive go undiagnRead More
The Initiative Sénégalaise de Santé Urbaine aims to improve the quality of life of Senegal’s urban poor by increasing the accessibility, quality, and use of family planning services.Read More