Healthy women, children, and adolescents are the foundation of universal health coverage. Working at every level of the health system, MSH partners with countries and communities to build integrated, people-centered health systems with everything it takes to deliver affordable, high-quality primary care for every woman and child. We strengthen skills, knowledge, policies, and practices that bring lasting change in the availability, quality, and life-saving impact of reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health services in even the most vulnerable communities.
The WCAH intern will support MSH’s flagship WCAH activity in Malawi: ONSE Health. The intern will support this integrated health program by working with the home office support team in identifying innovative WCAH approaches and tailoring them to the ONSE Health context.
S/he will also support MSH’s WCAH team to document organizational capabilities in WCAH, including reviewing project documents and engaging with field teams to document results and successes.
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