23 January 2015
Simply, MESA advances the science of malaria eradication by providing the community with a dedicated hub to track research, share relevant resources, and showcase examples of elimination programmes. And their grants help accelerate research in areas relevant for policy makers and programmes.
Our challenge was to ensure the focus of the website was on these 3 key areas – knowledge, research and elimination, and to make sure it was easy for people to search the databases.
5 January 2015
We’re looking for
A web design graduate to join our socially responsible web company based in the heart of Farringdon.
The successful candidate will be responsible for providing design to a very high standard, across a range of branding and digital projects for a diverse mix of global health and non-profit organisations.
The candidate will work as part of a team that consists of project managers, UX designers and developers to help deliver beautifully designed, user-friendly websites.
29 September 2014
Every now and then we get some news that makes us realise just how lucky we are to help organisations that not only make vital contributions to improving global health, but are lovely to work with too. GAHI gave us some much appreciated feedback and analytics on the site after we overhauled the look, functionality and usability of their website back in April this year.
Some number crunching on the growth in engagement since the relaunch:
Sessions are up by 21%
19 June 2014
This empowering and engaging animation was created as part of a campaign by Violence Against Women and Girls to take a stand against violence and oppression. The statistics paint a gruesome picture with recent global prevalence figures indicating that 35% of women worldwide have experience either intimate partner violence or non-partner sexual violence in their lifetime.
30 April 2014
MMV is a non profit partnership established in Switzerland in 1999, which aims to reduce the burden of malaria in disease-endemic countries by discovering, developing and facilitating delivery of new, effective and affordable antimalarial drugs.
3 April 2014
The inspiration for Thiswormyworld stretches back to a 60 year old question posed by Dr Norman Stoll, “Just how much human helminthiasis is there in the world?”. The aim of the website is to provide reliable, up-to-date maps on the geographical distribution of NTDs which are essential for policy makers and the managers of public health programmes to target treatment to populations in greatest need.
21 January 2014
DocLinks is an Erasmus Mundus-funded project to increase understanding and establish better links between African and European doctoral education candidates and early career researchers. The DocLinks project enhances cooperation through online networks and websites aimed to bring together African and European research students.
1 December 2013
UKCDS is a collaborative of 14 UK government departments and research funders aiming to deliver international development outcomes. By stimulating collaboration, UKCDS ensures the best science is funded and used to benefit international and UK-based development.
28 November 2013
The Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management (FMLM) is a virtual membership organisation aimed at inspiring excellence in medical leadership by driving continuous improvement in health and healthcare in the UK.
10 November 2013
The NTD Modelling Consortium is an initiative that brings modellers together with an interest in NTDs, with the aim of facilitating the collaborative working of their associated groups who want to engage more with each other and answer questions related to 15 of the NTDs.
The initiative was launched at an NTD meeting before the 2013 ASTMH conference in Washington DC with the initial aim of recruiting people who already practice mathematical modelling of NTDs as well as those who would be interested in contributing to future modelling efforts to inform policy on NTD control.