JSI produces a variety of technical videos highlighting trainings, project approaches, and successes in public health program implementation worldwide. Intended for educators, in-country officials, and service providers, these technical videos enable programs to learn from JSI projects in different countries and contexts, and apply new methods to existing strategies.
Find out how the TA-NPI project built the capacity of several organizations to grow and thrive and provide more people in need with essential HIV and AIDS-related services.
This video, from the CAPACITY and TUMAR projects, demonstrates the negative impact of stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV in Central Asia and and advocates for their equal treatment.
JSI has piloted and will scale up this effective program, which brings life-saving antiseptic ointment and counseling to pregnant mothers in order to prevent fatal infection of the umbilical stump after birth.
Comparte Tu Historia, implemented by JSI and funded by LIVESTRONG, has been working to reduce the stigma associated with cancer through culturally-relevant information campaigns while raising awareness of the global cancer burden. As part of Comparte tu Historia, people in Mexico have made video testimonials about their experience with cancer. In these videos, four Mexicans share their stories of cancer diagnosis, treatment, and healing.
JSI's U.S. Region I Family Planning Training Center has created video scenarios depicting a counselor's conversation with teens experiencing sexual coercion.
Developed by the U.S. Region I Federal Training Centers Collaborative (FTCC), this video provides advice on delivering HIV test results, as well as reflections from providers who have given results and the patients who have received them.
Indonesia's National Clinical Training Network (JNPK) has released a clinical training video for midwives on the protocols for early initiation of breastfeeding.
JSI manages the AIDS.gov project to increase HIV testing and care among people most at-risk for, or living with, HIV, by using emerging communication strategies to provide access to the U.S. Government's HIV information, policies, programs, and resources. This AIDS.gov video explains the Facing AIDS photo initiative to help reduce stigma and promote HIV testing.
This animated video features JSI's approach to integrated supply chains.
Watch this video about how the Integrated Family Health Program is managing logistics and service delivery to improve health outcomes in Ethiopia's most remote regions.
JSI's Community Health Institute (JSI/CHI) and the New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services collaborated in the production of a series of videos describing successful public health initiatives tackling obesity, tobacco use, and under-age substance use in the Granite State, using data from the NH County Health Rankings Report and NH State Health Profile.
This video was created by a Georgian TV magazine program on one aspect of JSI's Healthy Women in Georgia Program.
The MCHIP program is supporting the Government of India to implement the RMNCH+A Strategy, which aims to improve health at five key stages of life: Newborn, Child, Adolescent, Reproductive, and Maternal.
Part of the rural health promotion campaign in Romania, this video is a puppet theater performance on avian flu information and prevention.
Learn about JSI project SC4CCM's experience testing simple and affordable innovations to overcome supply chain bottlenecks at the community level.
USAID's flagship Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP) has worked in over thirty countries and contributed to significant advances in maternal and child health.
Find out how the Community-Based Integrated Health Program is improving health outcomes in rural Madagascar by empowering community health workers with training, tools, and resources.
JSI's Together for Health project reflects on the enormous impact made by the five-year initiative on the lives of Ukrainian women and families.
Beza Derje, a Community Health Worker in Rural Ethiopia, demonstrates her work teaching mothers in remote villages how to prepare nutritious food for their families, how to use bed nets to prevent malaria, and other preventive health skills.