Remix, reuse, redesign. Why a technology birthed during the Ebola outbreak is now collecting data on mental health needs.
From air pollution to Zika virus, these diseases, threats, and trends are likely to shape the global health agenda in 2016.
The WHO announced today that Ebola transmissions have ended in Guinea. Now a new kind of hard work begins.
This year was marked by war, disease, and great progress.
Sierra Leone is becoming the third country to adopt a mobile phone-based platform called mHero for Ebola recovery and beyond.
Liberia is using mHero to make suicide prevention a priority.
The ongoing outbreak has killed 513 health workers and continues to infect more. A new CDC report highlights the road ahead.
mHero started as a way to combat Ebola, but Liberia plans to use it for the long run.
At the heart of global heath security lie three pretty simple notions.
Should we continue rushing headlong into developing fancy new gadgets and software? Or should we organize the data we’ve collected and use them to scale up solutions we know work?