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As the COVID-19 pandemic surges, cities, which are home to so many of us, are facing overwhelming challenges to keep residents safe and uphold urban health.
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Urban Health in the Time of COVID-19

JSI is working with countries to strengthen health systems and to improve services to improve global response to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
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COVID-19: Helping Countries Strengthen their Systems to Respond

JSI Voices of Public Health podcast features leading health experts.
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Voices of Public Health: Leading National Vaccine Introduction with Adelaide Shearley

As countries grapple with COVID-19 to ensure that their health systems have the capacity to respond effectively, we can learn from global TB interventions.
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Maintaining Momentum in TB Achievements: Leveraging progress and lessons across the responses to TB and COVID-19

Handwashing has increased exponentially around the world as a recommended preventive measure of transmission of the novel coronavirus.
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From Diarrhea to Coronavirus: The Multiple and Critical Benefits of WASH

JSI trained lab experts look at test results.
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COVID-19: Digital Health Solutions to Improve the Response

Ainura Sultanovna, headshot
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Interview: Fighting TB in the Kyrgyz Republic

A health worker looks at a data system for tracking immunization rates in Ethiopia.
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Data Triangulation: A New Tool for the Data Revolution in Ethiopia

Midwife Catarina, senior midwife from Timor Leste’s Covalima Municipality.
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Along the Journey to Self-Reliance, Two Midwives in Timor-Leste Gain Lifesaving Skills and Newfound Confidence

JSI supported the Government of Malawi to introduce human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccination in 2019 to bring an end to cervical cancer.
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One Step Closer to Ending Cervical Cancer

International Women's Day 2020, #EachforEqual
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Commitment to Gender Equality Across the Generations

Kitwe teaching Hospital
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A Teaching Hospital in Zambia Learns to Accommodate Patients

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