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.
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.
JSI’s Tariq Azim reports from the first regional conference on Measurement and Accountability for Health in Dhaka, Bangladesh
The theme of the Third Global Health Systems Research Symposium was the science and practice of people-centered health systems. But what do we mean when we say “people-centered”? What seems straightforward can actually be quite complex.
Part 1 in a series about taking a people-centered approach to strengthening routine health information systems, focusing on examples of system strengthening success.
Sierra Leone isn’t renowned for its network connectivity or technology. Only 38% of the population has a mobile phone, and only 1.6% of the population has reliable internet access. Even in resource limited sites, mobile data collection platforms have proven to be smart solutions to ensure high-quality real-time data as long as they’re tailored to local contexts.
My coffee mug says, “I Heart Big Data”, and I’m going to get one made for small data, too. Here’s why.
Evaluators in the 21st century have access to a multitude of innovative technologies for improving the efficiency and quality of data they collect.
This post is the first in a series around “Evaluation in the 21st Century,” this year’s theme for the annual Evaluation Conference, hosted by the American Evaluation Association.