Benin

JSI’s first project in Benin was the USAID-funded ENTERPRISE Initiative, which was implemented in 1985 and worked to increase and improve family planning services at both for-profit and nonprofit health clinics. Soon thereafter, JSI implemented the Resources for Child Health (REACH) project, followed by the Basic Support for Institutionalizing Child Survival (BASICS) program. JSI has continued working to strengthen maternal and child health services, and has innovated and improved systems providing basic health services and commodities—particularly related to malaria supplies—to those in need.

Highlights

PROJECT
View details: IVCC Indoor Residual Spraying Forecasting

IVCC Indoor Residual Spraying Forecasting

JSI is supporting IVCC with forecasting NGenIRS requirements, and setting up sustainable IRS forecasting processes through conducting regional workshops and developing a forecasting tool and guide.

PROJECT
View details: Advancing Partners & Communities (APC)

Advancing Partners & Communities (APC)

JSI is supporting and advancing community programs in more than 30 countries that seek to improve local health services, especially those related to family planning.

PROJECT
View details: USAID | DELIVER PROJECT: Malaria

USAID | DELIVER PROJECT: Malaria

From 2006 to 2016, JSI procured $923 million worth of safe and effective malaria commodities; delivered them to 27 countries; strengthened malaria supply chains; improved supply chain visibility and accountability; and built local capacity.

PROJECT
View details: USAID | DELIVER PROJECT: Emerging Pandemic Threats

USAID | DELIVER PROJECT: Emerging Pandemic Threats

JSI managed a stockpile of outbreak response commodities, and provided procurement and distribution services to respond to outbreaks from avian flu to ebola worldwide and to pre-position supplies at regional and country levels for rapid deployment.

PROJECT
View details: Maternal & Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP)

Maternal & Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP)

From 2008 – 2014, MCHIP catalyzed integration of programs and services designed to reduce maternal, newborn, and child mortality in more than 50 countries.

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