From the American People
One of USAID/EA’s regional partners, the “East Central Southern Africa Health Community” (ECSA-HC), formerly the Commonwealth Health Community Secretariat (CRHCS), manages health networking, capacity building, and policy activities that respond to reproductive, child and maternal health and infectious disease needs in 14 African countries. USAID’s support emphasizes the use of better practices and assists in making institutions stronger, helping ECSA-HC to undertake strategic planning for its technical departments and carry out program activities throughout the region. In practical terms, the activity is focusing on a variety of measures to improve the health of the population in each country. These measures include:
8 December 2010
Policies: During the October 25-29 East, Central, Southern African Health Community's (ECSA) 52nd Health Ministers’ Conference in Harare, Zimbabwe, two key model health policies--one on Fistula and the other...
23 September 2010
USAID/East Africa’s Regional Director, Larry Meserve, has signed an agreement with the Director General of the East, Central and Southern Africa Health Community (ECSA-HC), Josephine...
16 September 2008
On 16 September, 2008, the Government of the United States (US), through the US Agency for International Development (USAID), signed a one-year grant agreement for...
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