IntraHealth International, Partners Announce 5-Year, $48.5M Project Aimed At Improving Health Service Access For Rwandan Mothers, Children, Adolescents
IntraHealth International: New $48.5 Million Project in Rwanda to Bring High-Quality, Integrated Health Services to Moms, Babies, and Youth
“Through a new five-year, $48.5 million grant from the U.S. Agency for International Development, a consortium led by IntraHealth International will collaborate with the Rwanda Ministry of Health to reduce preventable infant and maternal deaths, reduce the incidence of malaria, and bring high-quality, integrated health services to more Rwandan mothers, children, and adolescents…” (8/6).
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