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The absolute best way to get engaged with HAI’s mission and work is to join HAI’s mailing list. This is how we’ll let you know about upcoming events, volunteer opportunities, big news from our ongoing projects and advocacy work, and more.

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Attend an HAI Event

International People’s Health University.
Global Health Watch Book Launch.
Police Violence Panel.
TEDx Talk – Transcending Technology in Global Health.
Lectures by Pramila Jayapal, Ivo Garrido, Jim Kim, Stephen Lewis, and more!

These are just a few of the engaging and exciting events that HAI has helped organize or contributed to in recent years. We’ll post upcoming events right here and on social media.

Join HAI, the Somali Health Board, COPE, Global to Local, and the Washington Global Health Alliance for a virtual forum on the connections between global health and the health needs of Washington State’s local communities. 

When:  Thursday, July 23, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm PDT
How : Register Online

Read HAI’s most recent publications

HAI’s searchable publication library contains decades of research findings, program reports, op-eds, academic journal articles, media coverage and more.

Validity and item response theory properties of the Patient Health Questionnaire-9 for primary care depression screening in Mozambique

Cumbe VFJ, Muanido A, Manaca MN, Fumo H, Chiruca P, Hicks L, Mari JJ, Wagenaar BH

Tags: Mental Health, Mozambique, Implementation Research

Global health systems partnerships: a mixed methods analysis of Mozambique’s HPV vaccine delivery network actors

Soi C, Shearer J, Chilundo B, Muchanga V, Matsinhe L, Gimbel S, Sherr K

Tags: Mozambique, Program Evaluation, Reproductive Health

Challenges and facilitators to evidence-based decision-making for maternal and child health in Mozambique: district, municipal and national case studies

Inguane C, Sawadogo-Lewis LT, Chaquisse E, Roberton T, Ngale K, Fernandes Q, Dinis A, Augusto O, Covele A, Hicks L, Gremu A, Sherr K

Tags: Mozambique, Maternal & Child Health, Leadership & Management, Systems Improvement

HIV-exposed infant follow-up in Mozambique: formative research findings for the design of a cluster randomized controlled trial to improve testing and ART initiation.

Vieira L, Miloque M, Napua M, Chale F, Manuel JL, Cowan JG, Sherr K, Chapman RR, Pfeiffer J

Tags: Mozambique, HIV/AIDS, Implementation Research

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When you support Health Alliance International, you take a stand for a more equitable and respectful model of global health. Your donation not only helps us expand our reach, it is an investment in our shared values of health equity and solidarity. 

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Our alliance is made up of supporters, partners, staff, and volunteers who share our commitment to universal access to quality health care. Just like a health system, every person plays a role in keeping us working toward this ultimate goal. Will you join us? 

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The kind of change we seek requires sustained action.  Whether you want to engage in HAI's advocacy work or help spread HAI's mission and model, we rely on our friends and supporters to stand beside us when we stand up for equity in global health.

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