Humanizing HIV Data

“Humanizing data to design a better community health system should be considered paramount to truly make a difference in communities.” – English Sall, Maverick Collective Member Below is an excerpt from Huffington Post. To read the full article, click here. Her name is Phiona. She would be considered an “outlier” by data standards. An outlier is

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Malaria Case Surveillance App Improves Field Data Collection in Cambodia

Drug-resistant malaria has become the core focus of malaria activities in Cambodia, leading to nation-wide elimination efforts and collaboration across a vast range of actors, including the national program, donors, implementers, researchers and critically, public health providers. A key to combatting the spread of the drug-resistant form is early detection, strong surveillance and patient follow

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Revolutionizing Data for Decision-Making

In PSI’s latest issue of Pulse, our digital quarterly report, we explore how smart innovation is feeding the pipeline for tomorrow’s health interventions around the globe — from teen centered programs actually created by teens to new ways to collect and analyze critical data to inform smarter decisions. Here’s a preview: PSI has pioneered the way

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7 Data Gaps in Women’s Health that Show why We’re #NotThere Yet

By Minal Bopaiah, Communications Manager, PSI Illustrations by Sophia Greenbaum, Graphic Designer, PSI This week, the “No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project,” a highly unique and in-depth digital report detailing the state of women and girls around the world was released by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and No Ceilings initiative of the Bill,

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