Call for Papers: Neglected Populations – Decreasing Inequalities & Improving Measurement in Maternal Health

In order to address the need to reduce inequalities and showcase necessary measurement improvements to uncover them, the Maternal Health Task Force (MHTF) is partnering for the fourth time with PLOS for a new MHTF-PLOS collection, “Neglected Populations: Decreasing inequalities and improving measurement in maternal health.” The MHTF’s overarching goal for our collections is to promote and facilitate the wide dissemination of new evidence on this critical topic, highlighting in particular the work of maternal health researchers in low-resource settings.

World Population Day 2015: Striving for Sustainable Development and a Health System that Serves All

On World Population Day, JSI’s Tanvi Pandit-Rajani and Leslie Patykewich imagine a shift in international development toward a market-based approach that will help ensure that whole populations are reached with the right commodities, at the right price, at the right time, regardless

Using Mobile Technology to Transform Child Survival in Malawi

cStock, a mobile and web-based logistics system designed by SC4CCM, is being used by community health workers in Malawi to track and report inventory of essential medicines and other health commodities for children under five.