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Stronger Health Systems for global health challenges


2014 Annual Report

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Stronger Health Systems for global health challenges


2014 Annual Report

The right to health for every person. Health solutions rooted in communities. Resilient systems for care and prevention. The Ebola epidemic has made clear the urgency of realizing these goals, which are central to MSH’s mission.
— Jonathan D. Quick, MSH President and CEO

Above photo: Todd Shapera

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Our Philosophy


Our Philosophy


The Tao of Leadership

Since our founding in 1971, MSH’s operational philosophy has been the 3,500-year-old Tao (Way) of Leadership, working shoulder to shoulder with our local colleagues and partners and empowering them for success. 

 
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go to the people


go to the people


Where We Work

2,099 STAFF OUTSIDE THE US

2,521 TOTAL STAFF

Above photo: Warren Zelman

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Build on what they know


Build on what they know


Our Impact

total reach

 Click on a graphic below to learn more about MSH's total reach in each country. 
Learn more about how we estimate total reach.

Featured videos

Learn more about MSH's work in Ethiopia and Democratic Republic of the Congo.

BEATRICE'S STORY

This video features the story of Beatrice, a school teacher who suffered from fistula for many years after the difficult birth of her son.

ABEBA

"Abeba" tells the story of an HIV-positive mother whose life is transformed through the support of community outreach workers.

Above photo: Warren Zelman

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They have done it themselves


They have done it themselves


Financials

 

MSH works across priority health areas...

2014 expenses by priority health area (%).

...and offers value for money

Expenses fiscal year 2014 (%).

Note: Fundraising represents <1 % FY 2014 expenditures, and chronic non-communicable diseases represents <1% of funding by health area.