Many of PSI’s country offices now actively use GIS to support a range of public health interventions, including STI and HIV testing, prevention, and treatment, reproductive health service provision, prevention and treatment of malaria and TB, maternal and child health, and safe water systems.
Inside are just a few examples of how international non-profit organizations such as PSI can benefit from maps and GIS technology, be it for resource allocation, monitoring and reporting of interventions at the national level, or targeting and planning field activities in communities.
- Populations Served
- General Population
- Health Areas
- Child Health, Contraception, HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections, Malaria, Tuberculosis
- Communicating for Social Change, Developing Markets
- Resource Types
- Dominican Republic, Laos, Madagascar, Nicaragua, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zimbabwe
- Child Health Solutions, HIV Prevention, Malaria Prevention, TB Treatment