MSH, a global health nonprofit organization, uses proven approaches developed over 40 years to help leaders, health managers, and communities in developing nations build stronger health systems for greater health impact. We work to save lives by closing the gap between knowledge and action in public health. Since its founding in 1971, MSH has worked in over 150 countries with policymakers, health professionals, and health care consumers to improve the quality, availability and affordability of health services. Working with governments, donors, nongovernmental organizations, the private sector, and health agencies, MSH responds to priority health problems such as HIV & AIDS; tuberculosis; malaria; maternal, newborn and child health; family planning and reproductive health; and chronic non-communicable diseases such as cancer, diabetes, and lung and heart disease. Through strengthening capacity, investing in health systems innovation, building the evidence base, and advocating for sound public health policy, MSH is committed to making a lasting difference in global health.
Since 1994, MSH has been providing assistance to Nigeria in child health, reproductive health, tuberculosis (TB), HIV and AIDS, treatment and care, and strengthening health systems. MSH has built the capacity of over 100 civil society organizations to access the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and other donor funds and to manage, monitor, and report activities. MSH is assisting 19 state governments to strengthen health systems and improve access to quality health services through seven PEPFAR-funded USAID projects.
Join MSH as we apply innovation, dedication, and technical excellence to help solve the world’s public health challenges. Whether you are interested in employment opportunities, consulting assignments or internships, we want to hear from talented people dedicated to improving health and saving lives worldwide.
MSH is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national origin, age, veteran’s status, or disability unrelated to job requirements.