Fatma Osman is a 22-year-old who is studying French at Aswan University in Egypt. She grew up in Aswan with her parents and a younger sister. When she was a child, Fatma noticed that her family was different from those of her friends who had many siblings. Their parents were more stressed financially and emotionally […]
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A newborn’s first haircut is more than a beautiful tradition in Bauchi state. It’s an innovative way to save lives.
Immunization is one of the most successful and cost-effective public health interventions in history, saving two to three million lives every year. However, national immunization supply chains continue to face challenges that result in poor temperature control, risks of reduced potency, and poor availability.
How do you strengthen a health system? This is a complex question public health experts are still trying to answer. At JSI, we know that expanding access to good health data — and getting people to use the data — is a critical piece of the puzzle. In Pakistan, JSI was asked to strengthen the […]
Putting a Life-Changing Tool in the Hands of Myanmar’s Frontline Health Workers. A woman rides on the back of a motor bike between Chuang U and Amyint Village in Myanmar’s Sagain Region. This is Su Su Htet, an area coordinator (AC) for the RMNCH Quality of Care Project (RMNCH QoC), a program implemented by JSI […]