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  • Health Care Waste Characteristics at Selected Health Facilities in Mbarara District, Uganda
    December, 2016 - The health care waste produced in the course of health care activities has a higher potential to infect and injure than does any other type of waste. Inadequate and inappropriate health care waste handling knowledge may have serious health consequences, pose risks to health workers, patients, communities, and the environment, ...
  • Human-Centered Design at JSI
    December, 2017 - As global health challenges evolve and new technologies emerge, public health solutions and the way we capture their effects, must be creative, data-led, and most importantly, people-focused. JSI is a recognized leader in designing and implementing public health programs domestically and abroad. At the heart of our work is human-centered ...
  • Maker Movement in Kenya for Maternal Newborn and Child Health Needs Assessment Results from KNH
    March, 2014 - Maternal mortality in Kenya decreased from 687 to 510 deaths per 100,000 live births between 1990 and 2015, a 26% reduction far short of the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) target of 75% reduction by 2015. Although no longer current, the MDG target was an important goal during the lifetime of ...
  • Protecting the Most Vulnerable: The Challenge of Urban Immunization
    2016 - By 2050, 66% of the world’s population will be urban dwellers, with 90% of this increase occurring in Africa and Asia in cities with fewer than 1,000,000 people. As urban populations continue to grow, the global community must rethink current approaches to immunization to meet the unique needs of the ...
  • SPRING: Barriers and Enablers to the Consumption of Pumpkin and Fish in Tonkolili, Sierra Leone - Poster
    December, 2016 - SPRING/Sierra Leone conducted four barrier analysis surveys to identify factors that motivate or discourage consumption of pumpkin and fish by pregnant women and children 6-23 months old in Tonkolili District. Results will be used to develop social and behavior change communication materials to increase dietary diversity and promote the importance ...
  • SPRING: Enplane Survey Results of Nutrition Assessment, Counseling, and Support (NACS) Services in Health Facilities Supported by SPRING/Uganda
    April, 2017 - In Uganda, the SPRING project's primary goal was to contribute to the reduction of stunting and anemia in children and women of childbearing age. The project provided technical assistance and leadership at the national level to implement activities and policies related to large-scale food fortification—via industrial fortification and micronutrient powders—to ...
  • SPRING: Evaluation of the Community Infant and Young Child Feeding Counselling Package in Nigeria: Nutrition Prioritization
    November, 2016 - The negative effects of malnutrition on productivity, cognitive ability, and health status are not always obvious. Furthermore, because of the multi-sectoral determinants of nutrition, improving nutritional status is often viewed as “everyone’s problem but no one’s responsibility” (IDS 2008; Lapping et al. 2012). To succeed in sustainably scaling up nutrition ...
  • SPRING: Opportunities for Integrating Nutrition into Agricultural Information Systems in Northern Ghana
    February, 2017 - An increasing number of agricultural projects and activities are working to meet nutrition-related objectives. Through an in-country review of key actors, mechanisms, and content areas, along with a review of relevant literature, SPRING documented information systems used in Northern Ghana to adopt and scale up new agricultural technologies and production ...
  • Situation of Routine Immunization in Urban Poor Areas of Kisumu City, Kenya
    November, 2017 - In Kenya, according to a 2013 assessment, approximately 353,000 people are unimmunized,1 and DPT3 coverage in the poorest wealth quintile is 10% lower than in the highest quintile. A situation analysis of routine immunization (RI) in Kisumu City was conducted to assess the immunization status of children, and to understand ...
  • Stakeholder Review and Update of Materials to Support PMTCT Services in Angola - AIDSFree Report
    March, 2017 - Since 2013, HIV interventions in Angola to address MTCT and HIV in children have centered on expanding integrated services for antenatal care (ANC) and prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT), and on improving the quality of HIV health services. The Government of Angola has sought to align with international norms for ...
  • Supply Chain Costing: Visibility and Advocacy for the Public Health Supply Chain
    December, 2016 - Essential medicines and health supplies—such as vaccines, antiretrovirals, contraceptives, and micronutrients—are key to improving public health outcomes. In the Mesoamerican Region, governments spend an estimated US$600 million to procure medicines every year. However, procuring medicines does not make them available to the last mile; functioning and fully funded public health ...
  • Timor Leste Health Improvement Project Final Report
    December, 2015 - This final report presents the activities and accomplishments of the Timor Leste Health Improvement Project. The vision of the project was to help develop a comprehensive, well-managed health service delivery system that improves the health of families, women, men, and children to be shared by all. The report resents results ...
  • USAID Deliver Project | Malaria Task Order 7 Completion Report February 2017
    February, 2017 - This report describes the activities and achievements of the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, Task Order 7, which ran from March 2011 to February 2017. The project worked to improve the lives of men, women, and families by strengthening the supply chains that deliver health commodities, developing sustainable national capacity and ...
  • USAID Deliver Project | Malaria Task Order 7 October 2015 to September 2016
    November, 2016 - This report describes the activities and achievements of the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, Task Order 7, from October 1, 2015, to September 30, 2016. The project works to improve the lives of men, women, and families by strengthening the supply chains that deliver health commodities, developing sustainable national capacity and ...
  • USAID Deliver Project | Task Order 4 Completion Report February 2017
    February, 2017 - This report describes the activities and achievements of the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, Task Order 4, from October 1, 2010–February 28, 2017. The project worked to improve the lives of men, women, and families by strengthening the supply chains that deliver health commodities, developing sustainable national capacity and ownership for ...