IntraHealth International is a non-profit organization based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, U.S.A. dedicated to working with developing countries to improve their public health capabilities. Originally established as a program of the medical school of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1979, IntraHealth became an independent non-governmental organization in 2003. The organization has worked in more than 50 countries, and is currently active in 28.
IntraHealth focuses on:
- Developing sustainable human resources for health
- Strengthening and supporting primary health care providers
- Preventing and treating HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria
- Improving maternal, neonatal and children’s health
- Increasing access to family planning
Their primary software product is the iHRIS Suite — an open source solution for tracking and managing health care workers across a country. In February 2009, the iHRIS Suite was recognised as one of 50 health-related Open Source projects 
On February 11, 2009, IntraHealth launched their IntraHealth Open campaign with Youssou N'Dour with the release of his song "Wake Up (It's Africa Calling)" under Creative Commons license. The campaign aims to bring open source health applications to Africa. The song was remixed by a variety of artists including Nas, Peter Buck of R.E.M., and Duncan Sheik to help raise money for the campaign.
- USAID - Women Making a Difference. Fatu Yumkella: A Woman Making a Difference in Sub-Saharan Africa
- The New Times (Kigali). 2 June 2007. Rwanda: Twubakane Promotes Health Care Services. By Joseph Kamugisha in Kigali. Discusses the Twubakane Decentralization and Health Project in Rwanda operated by IntraHealth.
- Accra Mail, 14 July 2003, via Asia Africa Intelligence Wire. Intra-Health International Launched in Ghana.