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  • Bimonthly Rota Talk Newsletter
    July, 2018 - A case of diarrhea for a child usually means a visit to the doctor, a course of medicine, and a few days of bland food. But for children in India, a case of diarrhea can mean life-long developmental challenges or even death. Despite the availability of simple effective treatment diarrhea ...
  • Building a Web-Based Decision Support System
    July, 2018 - As countries strengthen their data infrastructures, global health professionals increasingly need data from multiple sources for monitoring programs and for preventing and controlling the spread of epidemics. To accomplish this, countries are developing health information exchange protocols -- also called interoperability layers or health information mediators -- and establishing data ...
  • Civil Society Organizations Forge a Place within the Dominican Republic’s HIV Response
    June, 2018 - In the Dominican Republic, JSI assisted HIV-focused civil society organizations (CSOs) to develop a platform to expand access to primary health care (PHC), including HIV services, for key and vulnerable populations. Focusing on mobilizing resources efficiently, and increasing the pool of available funding domestically, within the country, JSI, through the ...
  • Digital Health Investment Review Tool
    February, 2019 - Too often digital health investments are made without the time or resources to develop a deep technical knowledge of the information and communications technologies behind them, or the ecosystem in which these technologies are used. The goal of the Digital Health Investment Review Tool is to provide high-level guidance based ...
  • Engaging Women to Strengthen VMMC Demand Creation Approaches for HIV Prevention
    December, 2016 - Women play a crucial role in the success of voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) programs in sub-Saharan Africa. Led by JSI, the AIDSFree Project engages women to serve as community advocates, raising awareness of the benefits of VMMC for both women and their male partners in their communities. The female ...
  • Ethiopia's Primary Health Care Reform: Practice, Lessons, and Recommendations
    November, 2018 - Currently, more than 17 million people in Ethiopia (nearly 19 percent of the total population) live in urban areas. Urban populations face a triple threat: infectious diseases like HIV, TB, pneumonia, and diarrhea; noncommunicable diseases like asthma, heart disease, cancer, and diabetes; and violence and injuries, including traffic collisions. Due ...
  • Ethiopia's Urban Health Extension Program
    November, 2018 - The Ethiopia Urban Health Extension Program (UHEP) was launched in 2009 at the national level to create health equity by generating demand for essential health services through the provision of health information at the household level and access to services through referrals to health facilities. This technical brief highlights Ethiopia's ...
  • JSI in Ethiopia
    February, 2019 - This brochure summarizes JSI's long-term commitment to strengthening Ethiopia's health system over the last 25 years. JSI. 2019. Download (PDF, 4.01 MB) ...
  • JSI in Ethiopia Timeline (1994-2023)
    February, 2019 - For the last 25 years, JSI has been a committed partner in strengthening Ethiopia's health system. This timeline tracks each of our programs from 1994 through 2023. (JSI,2019) Download (PDF, 52 KB) ...
  • Knowledge Cafe - Partnerships for Prevention of TB in India
    2018 - The USAID-supported Tuberculosis Health Action Learning Initiative (THALI) project in Kolkata and adjoining districts aims to catalyze a dynamic process of identifying, developing, testing, and scaling up successful innovative solutions to strengthen urban TB control, especially amongst urban slum dwellers, with a focus on women and girls. To achieve complete ...
  • Lessons learned in immunizing remote populations on the move: Mid-program review of the Universal Immunization through Improving Family Health Services (UI-FHS) project
    2018 - Ethiopia has made impressive progress in reducing infant and child mortality rates since 2000, with performance improvements in immunization playing an important role. Despite gains in immunization nationwide, Ethiopia continues to experience significant regional disparities in immunization coverage, including in Afar and Somali Regions, where the health system is fragile ...
  • Partner Notification: A Handbook for Designing and Implementing Programs and Services
    June, 2018 - Partner Notification: A Handbook for Designing and Implementing Programs and Services was developed as a technical update on successful partner notification (PN) programs, offering a synthesis of best practices, models, challenges, and solutions that can be used to develop and implement effective PN programs. Comprehensive HIV testing services, including PN, ...
  • Public Health Supply Chain Management @JSI
    2018 - Strong supply chains save lives. With more than 30 years of experience building sustainable supply chain systems in more than 60 countries, JSI is the world leader in health supply chain management. Global and local governments depend on us to get the right amount of medicines, vaccines, and other health ...
  • SPRING Life of Project Report 2011-2018
    December, 2018 - This document highlights the impact of Strengthening Partnerships, Results, and Innovations in Nutrition Globally (SPRING), a Cooperative Agreement funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). From 2011–2018, SPRING bolstered global and country efforts to scale-up high-impact nutrition practices and policies, providing state-of-the-art technical support, implementing a dozen long-term ...
  • Strengthening Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health Services as Part of the Post-Ebola Transition: District Summary: Tonkolili
    June, 2017 - District summary on the post-Ebola transition for reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health services in the Tonkolili district of Sierra Leone. This summary highlights the interventions and accomplishments of the Advancing Partners & Communities project in strengthening health services in the district post-Ebola. JSI/Advancing Partners & Communities Project. 2017. Download ...
  • Strengthening Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health Services as Part of the Post-Ebola Transition: District Summary: Western Rural Area
    June, 2017 - District summary on the post-Ebola transition for reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health services in the Western Area Rural district of Sierra Leone. This summary highlights the interventions and accomplishments of the Advancing Partners & Communities project in strengthening health services in the district post-Ebola. JSI/Advancing Partners & Communities Project. ...
  • USAID SAFE: Supporting an AIDS-Free Era Project Summary
    2018 - This brief describes the USAID SAFE: Supporting an AIDS-Free Era Program, which directly supports the Government of Zambia’s (GRZ) long-term vision of becoming a nation free from the threat of HIV and AIDS by 2030. Over the next five years (2017-2022), the program will work to reduce HIV mortality, morbidity, ...