Do we in the development community have the courage to drop flashy innovations that just don't work?
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 technicians who maintain and fix medical equipment are often overlooked. But they're a vital part of the health system.
As Senegal finalizes its national eHealth strategy, a catalog of initiatives sets the field for greater coordination.
mHero started as a way to combat Ebola, but Liberia plans to use it for the long run.
Each year, the country produces 2,000 new doctors and 7,000 new nurses. Yet there's often a shortage.
When it comes to data-wrangling software and apps, health sectors today have lots of options. But they may come with a language barrier.
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?
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