Last year, JSI addressed health needs in the U.S. and around the world. Along the way, our experts wrote about their experiences working on some of the most important topics of the year, from Ebola to HIV.
Liberia-based Dr. Rose Jallah-Macauley discusses the impact and optimism of the RBHS project in Lofa County.
JSI President Joel Lamstein reveals the origin of JSI’s name — and it’s not the Game of Thrones character!
Despite challenges, we’re tackling tuberculosis in the world’s fourth highest multidrug-resistant country.
How a decade of helping organizations respond to HIV in their communities affects high-risk populations.
The lessons we’ve learned in how digital interventions can make a difference.
Using data to monitor health status and track health facilities can save lives — especially in a crisis.
Two new interventions make giving birth at home safer for both mom and baby.
Solving the Ebola crisis requires more than just doctors and nurses.
Why it’s important to continue the fight against the world’s most common nutritional deficiency.
The world is short 7.2 million primary care providers for under served communities — what’s the solution?