Five Tips for Building Data Visualization Capacity

Data visualization is a powerful way to illustrate trends and outcomes, whether for routine program monitoring or telling success stories. But learning how to design great visualization products as part of routine monitoring, evaluation, or communications can seem daunting, particularly if your data visualization coach lives on another continent. JSI’s Amanda Makulec shares five tips for creating successful data visualizations.

Communicating Ideas More Effectively by Expanding Your Design Toolkit

Tahmid Chowdhury explains how JSI is working to build the capacity of public health professionals to more effectively communicate quantitative and qualitative design through better design.

Decentralized Use of Data for Decisionmaking Critical to Accountability

Writing from the first regional conference on Measurement and Accountability for Health in Dhaka, Bangladesh, JSI’s Tariq Azim explains the importance of making health data accessible and understandable to non-health sector players.

From Data Visibility to Data Use: The Information Revolution in the Ethiopian Public-Sector Health Care Supply Chain

JSI’s Paul Dowling, Rachel Kearl, Al Shiferaw of the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT describe the three pillar’s of JSI’s work in Ethiopia to improve data visibility to strengthen the country’s health supply chain.

Making Data Meaningful: Why Information Design is a Critical Skill for Global Health Professionals

Amanda Makulec calls for global health professionals to build their skills to make data visual, accessible, and meaningful to help drive insight and impact.

Better Public Health Planning through Better Data: Rhode Island’s Statewide Health Inventory

JSI’s August Oddleifson and Steve Meerman offer key findings from the Rhode Island Department of Health’s 2015 Statewide Health Inventory.