2018 Brought Us the Closest We’ve Ever Been to HIV Epidemic Control

This post was originally published on Medium.com For the first time, epidemic control for HIV is in reach for many countries. In 2018, JSI’s teams worked tirelessly to stop the spread of HIV and help millions who are infected live healthy, productive lives. From training community health workers on appropriate care in the United States … Continue reading “2018 Brought Us the Closest We’ve Ever Been to HIV Epidemic Control”

How Madagascar’s Biodiversity Influenced My Career in Public Health

When I was a young medical student, I traveled throughout Madagascar with my father, a medical doctor and pioneer working to strengthen community health and family planning through the public health system. As we traveled together I encountered Madagascar’s exceptional biodiversity for the first time, from the second largest cave in the world to seven … Continue reading “How Madagascar’s Biodiversity Influenced My Career in Public Health”