JSI conducts workshops with key stakeholders to ensure their ability to collect and analyze data and apply it to actionable work plans.
JSI’s Marc Cunnningham reflects on the progress that has been made using geographic information systems to advance health initiatives around the world.
While growing up in Jos, Nigeria, one of my important mentors, Mary Beth Oyebade, started the Mashiah Foundation with her husband to support HIV+ women and widows. Their dedication to meeting the clear needs they saw showed me how relevant and important holistically addressing HIV/AIDS is in Nigeria. I just knew I was going to become a doctor.
If you’ve used Google maps to find a restaurant while traveling, or logged onto your health insurance provider’s website to find the nearest primary care physician in an unfamiliar city, you’ve experienced the power maps have first-hand. Knowing business locations simplifies our day-to-day lives and connects us to services we need.