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.
Mandates for sustainability are often absent when major global initiatives form and the focus turns to rapid, short-term achievement. This blog focuses on GAVI Alliance’s plans for sustainability.
Functional public sector routine health information systems are essential for monitoring health situation in all countries, and Haiti is no exception.
On February 11, 2014, India celebrated a milestone on its road to being polio free, after not reporting a case of wild poliovirus in three years.
44-Year old Kutaisi pharmacist is diagnosed with treatable breast cancer after accessing free government-sponsored breast cancer screening services.
On World Cancer Day, JSI’s Terry Greene sheds light on cancer disparities among immigrant populations in Southeastern Massachusetts.
In Timor Leste, where development indicators and immunization coverage are among the worst in Asia, an immunization intervention implemented by JSI is increasing the effectiveness, quality, and accessibility of immunization services.
How MCHIP successfully partnered with political and religious leaders to help vaccinate more children in Uganda.
As health reform increases patient choices, ensuring respectful patient care at Title X family planning clinics becomes more important than ever
A new video and toolkit may help clinics reach that goal.