Senior JSI consultant Annie Silvia describes the online course she and her colleagues developed to help educate middle and high school teachers, nurses, and administrators on LGBTQQ issues.
Nino Berdzuli, Chief of Party of the SUSTAIN project in Georgia, blogs on the findings of the recent reproductive age mortality studies (RAMOS), which show a 40% decline in maternal mortality in the country between 2006-2012.
Terry Green writes from the National Environmental Health Association Conference, where she presented on her work reducing asthma disparities.
Reporting from the 2015 International AIDS Society conference in Vancouver, B.C., JSI’s Samson Kironde, Director of the AIDSFree project, explains key point of the new WHO guidelines on HIV testing services.
” A person is a person because of people.” Wayde Groep, an intern at JSI’s Washington D.C. office through the South Africa Washington International Programme writes about his experience working with the Liberia President’s Young Professionals program, among other JSI-implemented projects.
Read more about how the traditional programmatic approaches to fighting obesity – focused on individual behavior change – is not decreasing the obesity rates, suggesting that innovative and more comprehensive approaches are necessary.
JSI Center for HIV & AIDS Director Andrew Fullem reflects on UNAIDS’ announcement that global HIV targets under MDG 6 have been achieved.
In response to Colorado’s recent success reducing teen pregnancy by providing young women with long-acting birth control methods, JSI’s Yvonne Hamby and Ann Loeffler offer insight into how this success can be sustained and replicated throughout the nation.
JSI’s Motuma Admassu shares highlights from the 2015 Fleet Forum Conference.
On World Population Day, JSI’s Edward Wilson, ICQ Manager for the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT offers insight from the project’s market analysis of unmet need for family planning in Latin America.