For every 10,000 people, at least 23 skilled health professionals are required to meet their basic health needs. Yet, in 83 countries, the ratio of skilled health workers to patients is significantly below this threshold, leaving families and communities without access to basic health services.
Social media is also an excellent tool to help keep our own employees connected to the company, our mission, and each other.
Improving Services through Technology and Innovation is a new publication out from JSI and World Education, highlighting the new technologies our projects are using to make a difference in education and health systems and, ultimately, people’s lives. Scroll through an […]
Staff use this April Fool’s Day as an excuse to poke fun at the name confusion between Jon Snow the Game of Thrones character, and John Snow the 19th century epidemiologist.
What has happened for newborns in Nigeria in the past year? Are neonates in Nigeria faring any better or is it all talk and no action? Here are the facts.
In Liberia, bad roads and limited medical staff make it difficult for pregnant women to receive health care.
How a Drugs Management Information System is Helping to Win the Fight Against Tuberculosis in Pakistan
Pakistan ranks fifth in terms of Tuberculosis (TB) burden, at an alarming figure of 620,000 TB patients out of a total population of 177 million people.
JSI staff recently launched the Data Viz for Development Hub as a vibrant community for sharing resources, tools, examples, and ideas about data visualization.
For International Women’s Day on March 8, 2014, JSI asked staff to send in blurbs about how they, and their projects, are supporting women’s health. These are their own words: [View the story "#jsi4women - JSI Supporting Women's Health" on […]
The availability of information on health services performance can empower Community Health Workers (CHWs) and their supervisors to improve the quality of the community-based health services.