Find out how the USAID | DELIVER Project is helping to ensure that essential health commodities are reliably distributed in Zambia.
Liberia is experiencing the worst Ebola epidemic the world has ever seen. One of the most important aspects of epidemic containment is infection control and prevention measures.
Written by Allison Hackbarth, Adult Immunization Information Program Manager, JSI Did you know that August is National Immunization Awareness Month? Now is the perfect time to get the word out about the importance of vaccinations for adults. National Immunization Awareness […]
Zaira Alonso of JSI’s Rebuilding Basic Health Services (RBHS) project discusses efforts to accommodate the arrival of Ebola-related medical supplies to Liberia.
August 18th, 2014 begins the 500-day countdown to the target date to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. JSI President Joel Lamstein reflects on what it takes to make aspirations reality.
August 12 is International Youth Day. MCHIP’s Maura Gaughan provides insight into the global strategies to improve child health.
Dr. Rose Jallah-Macauley, Chief of Party of the Rebuilding Basic Health Systems in Liberia (RBHS) project, reports on the ongoing efforts to stop the deadly Ebola outbreak that continues to claim lives in the country.
Design thinking takes a human-centered approach to creating and implementing innovative programs, integrating the needs of the people/customers, the possibilities of technology and other innovations, and the requirements of business success. The design process starts with empathy generation, and then moves through various stages until you’re testing a final prototype with users.
Reflecting on the AIDS 2014 conference in Melbourne, Australia, JSI’s Helen Cornman highlights the increasingly important role that social support will play moving forward in the global fight against HIV.