When it comes to data-wrangling software and apps, health sectors today have lots of options. But they may come with a language barrier.
mPowering Frontline Health Workers sits down with Dr. Kate Tulenko to talk about community health workers and how data about them can improve global health.
This mobile technology is connecting people and making health systems stronger amid West Africa's ongoing Ebola outbreak—and its story is just beginning.
In Botswana, the Ministry of Health is using the power of data to inform its policies, planning, and human resources.
Enabling a health sector's data systems to talk to each other is harder than it sounds. But it's worth it.
Ghana has fewer than 14 health workers for every 10,000 people. To fix the shortage, the country needs answers—and data.
Health workers need clear, simple, reliable information on Ebola. That's where the new Ebola Resources for Health Workers comes in.
Liberian health officials can send accurate data and key messages to health workers on Ebola's front lines, thanks to mHero.
In Liberia, technologists are learning to make two powerful information systems operate together, slowly revealing the story of how family planning there does—and doesn't—work.
What's it like to be a woman working in IT in Namibia? Rosaline Hendricks talks about that and more.