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Management Sciences for Health

Overview/Background

Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is a global health nonprofit that makes foundational changes to health systems to protect people from diseases and improve their health. MSH collaborates with local partners, from the Ministry to the community, to strengthen and complement existing health systems. Since 1971, MSH has worked in more than 150 countries to help ensure sustainable, resilient, and equitable access to quality health care around the globe.

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Management Sciences for Health (MSH) works shoulder-to-shoulder with countries and communities to save lives and improve the health of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people by building strong, resilient, sustainable health systems. Together, we seek to achieve universal health coverage—equitable, affordable access to high-quality health services for all who need them—even in fragile, post-crisis settings. For more than 45 years in 150 countries, MSH has partnered with governments, civil society, the private sector, and thousands of health workers on locally-led solutions that expand access to medicines and services, improve quality of care, help prevent and control epidemics, support inspiring leadership and transparent governance, and foster informed, empowered, and healthier communities.

MSH in Afghanistan

MSH has worked in Afghanistan for more than 40 years, beginning with a USAID-funded program to strengthen the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) and support the expansion of health services in 1973. After the fall of the Taliban regime, MSH returned in 2002 and worked with health authorities to rebuild its health system and put basic service delivery mechanisms in place, including a basic package of health services and an essential package of hospital services, aimed at reducing maternal and child mortality. The implementation of these health packages has been largely responsible for the dramatic reduction in maternal and child mortality since 2002.

MISSION AND VISION

Management Sciences for Health (MSH) works shoulder-to-shoulder with countries and communities to save lives and improve the health of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people by building strong, resilient, sustainable health systems. Together, we seek to achieve universal health coverage—equitable, affordable access to high-quality health services for all who need them—even in fragile, post-crisis settings. For more than 45 years in 150 countries, MSH has partnered with governments, civil society, the private sector, and thousands of health workers on locally-led solutions that expand access to medicines and services, improve quality of care, help prevent and control epidemics, support inspiring leadership and transparent governance, and foster informed, empowered, and healthier communities.

OUR VALUES

These values unite MSH as a global community dedicated to our mission. We hold ourselves accountable to live up to these values in our daily work.

INTEGRITY 

We aspire to earn the trust of our partners, our clients, and one another by upholding the highest ethical standards. We strive to do what we say we will do.

EXCELLENCE

We challenge ourselves to achieve exceptional quality in our work. Every employee makes a unique contribution to positive health impact for the people we serve.

VITALITY

MSH’s culture is infused with optimism, passion and energy. We honor our history by learning from the past and we embrace new, creative ideas for a better future.

COLLABORATION

Respect and fairness are the cornerstones of collaborative relationships. We appreciate others’ contributions and offer ours with humility.

EMPOWERMENT

The success of our colleagues and partners is at the heart of our work. In this spirit, we support local leaders in finding local solutions for their challenges.

Year of starting work in afghanistan

2002

Mohammad Rashidi

Challenge TB Project

Director - Afghanistan

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