HAI’s Cyclone Idai Response: Keeping things moving

HAI’s Cyclone Idai Response: Keeping things moving

On March 14, 2019 Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique’s port city of Beira, substantially damaging ~80% of local infrastructure and leaving the two central provinces of Mozambique in a state of emergency. In the days that followed, flooding, food shortages, and lack of...

HAI’s Cyclone Idai Response: Health system infrastructure rebuild

On March 14, 2019 Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique’s port city of Beira, substantially damaging ~80% of local infrastructure and leaving the two central provinces of Mozambique in a state of emergency. In the days that followed, flooding, food shortages, and lack of...

Get ready for your close up: HAI’s IDEAs project on film

Author: Lee Hicks, Program Manager for Mozambique Programs In March 2018, the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation (DDCF) and FORWARD STORYSTUDIO, a production company based in San Francisco, visited Sofala Province, Mozambique, to film HAI’s Integrated District Evidence...
Press Release – Timor-Leste

Press Release – Timor-Leste

The City of Moonee Valley donates mobile phones to Liquica Municipality for use in the Liga Inan, mHealth program. Liquica, Timor-Leste, July 13 2017 On 13 July 2017, Health Alliance International had the honour of handing over a donation of 33 mobile phones on behalf...
Ama Ferik:  HAI Midwife Helps Local Women Establish Home Industry

Ama Ferik: HAI Midwife Helps Local Women Establish Home Industry

By Susan Thompson, Director of Timor-Leste Programs When HAI Timor-Leste midwife, Rara Dethan, attended the Women Deliver Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark in May 2016, she was supported by a Women Deliver Young Leader Scholarship. The focus of the conference was the...

Micro Mapping in Sofala and Manica

By HAI Staff-Catie Henley, Mozambique Associate Director In partnership with the Mozambican government, Health Alliance International (HAI) will carry out a community survey in Sofala and Manica provinces in the summer 2016 to better understand trends in maternal and...