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  • Infographic: Vriddhi Contributes to Scale-Up of Community Management of Neonatal Sepsis
    April, 2018 - Sepsis (infection) causes many neonatal deaths, but is often curable if treated early and appropriately. Under Vriddhi, JSI supported the Jharkhand and Uttarakhand state governments to establish demonstration sites for community management of neonatal sepsis through Auxiliary Nurse Midwives (ANM). Vriddhi's work informed a scale up strategy with the potential ...
  • 'Treat All' Policy in Ghana: Laboratory Costs Dynamics on Key Populations
    December, 2017 - This presentation looks at the 'Treat All' policy in Ghana which was adopted to ensure that every person testing HIV positive will be immediately initiated onto ART regardless of their CD4 count. It highlights the issues faced and lessons learned and outlines the next steps in implementing the policy. JSI/The ...
  • An approach to increasing coverage and equity by adapting and using revised reaching every district: MCSP experiences adapting the RED Guide in Malawi and Kenya
    May, 2018 - This document provides a summary of MCSP/JSI’s experience in the adaptation of the regional RED guideline to country-specific contexts in order to inform other countries undertaking the process. Adaptation happened in three stages: pre-adaptation, adaptation, and post-adaptation. At each stage, under leadership of the MOH, careful, preparation was made through ...
  • Bangladesh Farmer Nutrition School Cohort Study Technical Brief
    July, 2017 - To measure changes plausibly brought about by the farmer nutrition school (FNS) program when implemented at scale, this study surveyed a cohort of women who participated in the FNS curriculum beginning in November 2014. The study collected data from a cohort of 440 women in 38 upazilas and interviewed participant ...
  • Bangladesh: Final Country Report, SPRING Project
    June, 2017 - This document highlights the five years of the SPRING Project in Bangladesh. SPRING implemented an innovative, scalable, and sustainable community-based, multi-channel, integrated nutrition program between April 2012 and June 2017. During this five-year period, the project reached more than 125,000 pregnant and lactating women (PLW) and their children through its ...
  • Care Community Hub Baseline Report
    March, 2015 - Although Ghana has experienced significant declines in maternal mortality and under-five mortality, the country must increase their rate of improvement to reach their SDG. To do so, Ghana has made efforts to strengthen human resources for health (HRH), an essential approach to lowering mortality levels and attaining established health related ...
  • Community Benefits Health Process Documentation Findings, Round One
    March, 2015 - Despite improvements in maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) in Ghana over the last twenty years, maternal and under five mortality remain high and the country may fall short of meeting the SDG targets. To accelerate improvements in maternal and child health, the government has prioritized three areas of intervention: ...
  • Community Benefits Health Process Documentation Findings, Round Two
    August, 2015 - Despite improvements in maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) in Ghana over the last 20 years, maternal and under five mortality remain high and the country may fall short of meeting the 2015 Millennium Development Goal (MDG) targets. In order to accelerate improvements in maternal and child health, the government ...
  • Community Health and Social Welfare Systems Strengthening in Tanzania
    2018 - The Community Health and Social Welfare Systems Strengthening Program (CHSSP) is a five-year USAID and PEPFAR-funded program working with the government of Tanzania to improve the health and well-being of HIV-affected and other vulnerable populations, with the goal of achieving the UNAIDS 90-90-90 goal and stopping the HIV epidemic in ...
  • Community management of newborn with sepsis in special situations in India
    2017 - The Government of India recognizes that many rural communities in India have limited access to public health facilities equipped with newborn care services. In 2014, the GOI permitted Auxiliary Nurse Midwives (ANM) to administer injectable antibiotics to infants with sepsis in special situations. However, many states have found implementation a ...
  • Conducting a Situational Analysis and Engaging Stakeholders on Home-based Record Availability and Use
    March, 2018 - Home-based records (HBRs), or child immunization cards, are an important data collection and monitoring tool serving multiple purposes for the caregiver, health worker (HW), and health system. These records can aid health workers in documenting and tracking which vaccines have been given to a child, empower caregivers/parents to play a ...
  • Country Experiences with Home-Based Records: Results from Africa Respondents
    2017 - A survey of 25 multiple-choice questions was sent via email to over 150 country immunization program managers as well as WHO and UNICEF immunization focal points. This briefer outlines and analyzes the results from the 26 responses received from 18 countries in Africa. The purpose of the survey was to ...
  • Covalima: Becoming a Model Municipality
    2018 - This four-page brief highlights how the Reinforce Basic Health Services Project (Reinforce) created a model municipality in Covalima Municipality. In a model municipality, well-trained and competent health providers deliver quality FP and MNCH services in fully-equipped and people-friendly health facilities where providers receive consistent, high-quality supervision from MOH and INS ...
  • Data Triangulation: Use of Health Facility Immunization Reporting Tools
    September, 2017 - Immunization reporting tools vary between countries, but typically various paper-based tools are used at health facilities. The data collected from each tool provides important information for individual child tracking as well as for numbers vaccinated and calculating percentage coverage and drop-outs. When used together and data entries are up-to-date across ...
  • Early Infant Male Circumcision Services for HIV Prevention: A Gateway for Fathers to Receive HIV Testing in Iringa Region, Tanzania
    December, 2017 - Early infant male circumcision provides an opportunity to bring fathers—who culturally are involved in the decision around the circumcision of their sons—into health services and offer them the benefit of HIV testing. This presentation gives an overview of the implementation and effects of using this strategy in Tanzania. AIDSFree, 2017. ...
  • Engaging Key Populations Through Peer Navigation: An Effective Strategy for Contributing to the 90-90-90 Fast-Track Targets
    December, 2017 - Ghana faces numerous hurdles in providing tailored HIV services to key populations (KPs) since there are different segments of KPs. This presentation highlights the integrated and innovative approaches that are being used to reach the different typologies of KPs. JSI/ the Care Continuum Project, 2017. Download (PDF, 904 KB) ...
  • Essential Newborn Care Corps Process Documentation, Round One
    October, 2015 - Sierra Leone has one of the highest maternal mortality and neonatal mortality rates in the world with 1033 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births, and 30 stillbirths and 49 neonatal deaths per 1000 births. A contributing factor is poor care at delivery, with less than half of deliveries attended by ...
  • Essential Newborn Care Corps Process Documentation, Round Two
    May, 2016 - Sierra Leone has one of the highest maternal mortality and neonatal mortality rates in the world with 1033 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births, and 30 stillbirths and 49 neonatal deaths per 1000 births. A contributing factor is poor care at delivery, with less than half of deliveries attended by ...
  • Essential Newborn Care Corps Project Evaluation Findings
    November, 2016 - Sierra Leone has one of the highest maternal mortality and neonatal mortality rates in the world with 1033 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births, and 30 stillbirths and 49 neonatal deaths per 1000 births. A contributing factor is poor care at delivery, with less than half of deliveries attended by ...
  • Focusing on the Hard-to-Reach: Lessons Learned from Social Behavior Change Communication Activities for Chlorhexidine in Nepal
    December, 2017 - The USAID-funded Chlorhexidine “Navi” Care Program (CNCP), implemented by JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI), provides technical assistance to the Government of Nepal to scale up the use of Chlorhexidine gel, an antiseptic applied to the umbilical cord of newborns to prevent infection and neonatal mortality. This brief highlights ...
  • Frequently Asked Questions on Immunization for Health Workers & Other Front-Line Functionaries
    September, 2017 - Rapid development of Universal Immunization Program in India, especially in terms of new vaccine introduction, has led to several changes in existing policies, guidelines and protocols, in a very short time. Thus, it is imperative that all stakeholders, especially at the field level, are informed of the latest updates in ...
  • Frequently Asked Questions on Immunization for Parents & Caregivers
    December, 2017 - Rapid development of Universal Immunization Program in India, especially in terms of new vaccine introduction, has led to several changes in existing policies, guidelines and protocols, in a very short time. Thus, it is imperative that all stakeholders, especially at the field level, are informed of the latest updates in ...
  • Frequently Asked Questions on Immunization for Program Managers
    January, 2018 - Rapid development of Universal Immunization Program in India, especially in terms of new vaccine introduction, has led to several changes in existing policies, guidelines and protocols, in a very short time. Thus, it is imperative that all stakeholders, especially at the field level, are informed of the latest updates in ...
  • Frequently Asked Questions on Immunization for Religious Leaders & Other Stakeholders
    December, 2017 - Rapid development of Universal Immunization Program in India, especially in terms of new vaccine introduction, has led to several changes in existing policies, guidelines and protocols, in a very short time. Thus, it is imperative that all stakeholders, especially at the field level, are informed of the latest updates in ...
  • Ghana Farmer Field School Curriculum: Good Agronomic Practices for Groundnut Production
    August, 2017 - SPRING/Ghana developed this farmer field school (FFS) curriculum to improve farming practices and increase aflatoxin-safe groundnut crops for better household nutrition. It was originally developed for the Ghana Ministry of Food and Agriculture’s agricultural extension agents to work with groundnut farmers in Northern Ghana supported by SPRING. The project team ...
  • Ghana: Understanding Changes in Vaccine Presentation
    October, 2017 - In 2016, a Dose Per Container Partnership (DPCP) study team reviewed policy and planning documents, records, and monitoring reports from the Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI). They also observed vaccine storage, supply chain management, and service delivery at several facilities; and conducted semi-structured, in-depth interviews with stakeholders—government officials, HCWs, the ...
  • Home-Based Record Redesigns That Worked: Lessons from Madagascar & Ethiopia
    April, 2017 - Home-based records (HBRs) are an important tool for achieving, monitoring, and sustaining vaccination coverage but have often been underutilized in national immunization programs. Over the years, many countries have used a traditional format that may not be easy for health workers to complete accurately and legibly or for caregivers/parents to ...
  • Home-Based Records Users and Actions
    March, 2018 - Home-based records (HBR) are an important tool for achieving, monitoring, and sustaining vaccination coverage. HBRs, alternatively known in countries as the child health card, maternal and child health booklet or handbook, vaccination card, road-to-health card, or other terms, serve three primary user groups: health workers and community healthworkers/ mobilizers, caregivers ...
  • How Do Community Health Workers Contribute to Better Nutrition? Haiti
    October, 2016 - Community health workers (CHW) play a critical role in delivering evidence-based, cost-effective interventions that can improve nutrition outcomes. Information on the services that CHW provide is necessary to advocate for change in training, management, and supervision systems related to the delivery of nutrition services by CHWs but the diversity and ...
  • Immunization Incentive System for ASHA workers: A suggested framework for standard operating procedures to streamline process of incentivizing ASHA for immunization services
    December, 2017 - ASHA workers support India’s Universal Immunization Programme by mobilizing beneficiaries and generating awareness among the community. ASHA workers strive to get all pregnant women and children under five years of age immunized with vaccines as per the national immunization schedule. In return they get fixed performance-based incentives for the services ...
  • Impact of Electronic Information Systems on HIV Service Delivery in Zambia
    December, 2017 - This presentation outlines the impact of electronic information systems on HIV service delivery in Zambia. JSI/AIDSFree, 2017. Download (PDF, 623 KB) ...
  • Improving the Availability and Use of Home-Based Records: Challenges and Lessons Learned
    September, 2017 - These slides were presented at the annual WHO-sponsored EPI (immunization program) Managers' Meeting in Accra, Ghana on improving the availability and use of home-based records. The presentation highlights challenges and lessons learned from country experiences in the field, including suggestions for improvement. Specific home-based record revision experiences include: Nigeria, Liberia, ...
  • Improving the Generation, Quality and Use of Routine Immunization Data: Preliminary learning
    May, 2018 - Building on its immunization technical support to countries to address this challenge, the Maternal and Child Survival Project (MCSP) is documenting lessons learned across MCSP-supported countries using different approaches to improve the generation and active use of routine immunization data at levels close to where the data is generated. Sub-objectives ...
  • Increasing Access and Uptake of HIV Testing and Counseling Among Men Who Have Sex with Men in Thailand
    March, 2011 - Although Thailand has made substantial progress in reducing the impact of the HIV epidemic on the general population, the success of its prevention programs has not extended to the population of men who have sex with men (MSM). This group includes male sex workers (MSWs), men who have sex only ...
  • JSI Nutrition
    2017 - This brochure highlights JSI's work in nutrition, which spans the human lifecycle. JSI works across the continuum of care and through multi-sector engagement to improve nutrition outcomes around the world. This brochure highlights JSI's work in capacity building, community engagement, implementation and integration, and also provides project highlights. JSI, 2017. ...
  • JSI in Sierra Leone - Building a Resilient Sierra Leone
    November, 2017 - This brochure highlights JSI's work in Sierra Leone. Since 2000, JSI has leveraged its commitment and expertise in public health to assist the Sierra Leone government in strengthening the health system and meeting people’s needs. Featured are highlights from post-Ebola health system strengthening, including approaches too rebuilding community trust in ...
  • Job Aid: Application of 4% Chlorhexidine Gel
    2012 - This job aid provides step-by-step instructions illustrating the proper application and use of 4% Chlorhexidine gel for newborn umbilical cord care. The USAID-funded Chlorhexidine “Navi” Care Program (CNCP), implemented by JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI), provides technical assistance to the Government of Nepal to scale up the use ...
  • Kangaroo Mother Care: simple technique, complex practice
    2016 - The Scaling Up Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health (RMNCH+A) Interventions project, also known as “Vriddhi,” is a USAID-supported initiative to support the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, National Health Mission, and state governments to scale up high-impact RMNCH+A interventions in six states in Northern India. This case ...
  • Let's Talk! Capacitating Multi-Sectoral AIDS Committees to Give Voice to Most Vulnerable Children and People Living with HIV in Tanzania
    December, 2017 - This presentation highlights the work that JSI's USAID-funded Community Health and Social Welfare System Strengthening Program (CHSSP) is doing, in collaboration with the government of Tanzania, to revitalize multi-sectoral AIDS committees that are tasked with facilitating coordination and community participation in the HIV and AIDS response. JSI/CHSSP, 2017. Download (PDF, ...
  • Mahefa Miaraka Annual Report Summary 2017
    2017 - During it’s first implementation year (second program year), the USAID Community Capacity for Health Program, locally known as Mahefa Miaraka, made significant progress assisting community health volunteers (CHVs) to provide quality health services to remote communities. The Program operates in a total of 4,887 fokontany, 456 communes, and 34 districts ...
  • Maker Movement for Maternal Newborn and Child Health Process Documentation Findings
    May, 2016 - 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 ...
  • Measles Vaccination in Zambia: Balancing Coverage & Wastage
    January, 2018 - Zambia’s measles prevention initiative seeks to reach 95 percent of children each year through the routine immunization program. Currently Zambia recommends two doses of measles-containing vaccine (MCV) be delivered through the routine program at 9 months and 18 months of age. Historically, however, MCV has been available in a 10-dose ...
  • My Village My Home: A Tool That Helps Communities Track Vaccinations of Individual Infants
    May, 2018 - The level of vaccination coverage in a given community depends on both service factors and the degree to which the public understands and trusts immunization services. This brochure describes an approach in Malawi that aims to raise awareness and boost demand. The “My Village My Home” (MVMH) tool is a ...
  • New Vaccine Introduction Paves the Way toward Ending Preventable Diseases
    April, 2018 - Introducing new vaccines requires careful planning and provides an opportunity to strengthen existing immunization systems. This infographic shows how JSI has supported 76 new vaccine introductions in 25 countries around the globe, including rotavirus to prevent childhood deaths and HPV to prevent cervical cancer. JSI, 2018. Download (PDF, 932 KB) ...
  • Pediatric HIV Champions in Action: A Community-Based Approach to Improve Pediatric Referrals and Care in an Urban Informal Settlement
    December, 2017 - This presentation highlights the AIDSFree Project's efforts to expand pediatric HIV services in Nairobi, Kenya through a community-based approach. JSI/AIDSFree, 2017. Download (PDF, 1.91 MB) ...
  • Peer Education Program to Reduce Tuberculosis and HIV Risks in Tanzania Prisons: Pocket Guide for Peer Educators
    August, 2017 - This guide provides peer educators with activities and information necessary to deliver training on HIV and TB to inmates and prison staff. The objectives of this program are to encourage behavior change among inmates and prison staff to reduce the risk of HIV and tuberculosis (TB) by educating them about ...
  • Reaching Every Newborn with Chlorhexidine in Nepal
    December, 2017 - The USAID-funded Chlorhexidine “Navi” Care Program (CNCP), implemented by JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc., provides technical assistance to the Government of Nepal to scale up the use of Chlorhexidine gel, an antiseptic applied to the umbilical cord of newborns to prevent infection and neonatal mortality. This brief highlights JSI/CNCP's ...
  • Review the mechanism of documentation, distribution, claim, and verification of ASHA incentives
    December, 2017 - This report reviews the gaps in the existing Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA) incentivization system, especially those for immunization services, and provides technical support in developing standard operation procedures for reaping full benefit of immunization incentives. JSI Research & Training Institute carried out a review to understand the gaps in ...
  • SPRING Farmer Nutrition Schools: Multi-Sectoral Action, Durable Results
    September, 2017 - SPRING pioneered the farmer nutrition school approach in Bangladesh by innovatively combining the proven “farmer field school” and “essential nutrition actions” methods. Farmer nutrition schools enabled pregnant and lactating women and mothers with children under two to adopt improved nutrition and hygiene practices, and to improve production and consumption of ...
  • SPRING/Bangladesh Final Country Report
    July, 2017 - SPRING/Bangladesh implemented an innovative, scalable, and sustainable community-based, multi-channel, integrated nutrition program between April 2012 and June 2017. During this five-year period, the project reached more than 125,000 pregnant and lactating women and their children through its farmer nutrition schools (FNS) approach, and nearly 6,500 FNS were established over this ...
  • SPRING/Bangladesh: Farmer Nutrition School Cohort Study
    July, 2017 - To measure changes plausibly brought about by the farmer nutrition school (FNS) program when implemented at scale, this study surveyed a cohort of women who participated in the FNS curriculum beginning in November 2014. The study collected data from a cohort of 440 women in 38 upazilas and interviewed participant ...
  • SPRING/Ghana: Engaging Community Members to Adopt Effective WASH Practices for Nutrition
    August, 2017 - SPRING’s “WASH 1,000” strategy promotes focused, evidence-based water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) practices to eliminate common fecal-oral contamination pathways in children during the first 1,000 days after birth. The strategy takes an integrated, multi-sectoral approach, simultaneously delivering products, services, and information to households with pregnant and lactating women and those ...
  • SPRING/Ghana: Reducing Aflatoxin Risks as Part of a Multi-sectoral Approach to Nutrition
    August, 2017 - Food safety is an underlying driver of undernutrition. Unsafe foods lead to disease and chronic conditions that prevent the body from properly absorbing food nutrients SPRING/Ghana takes a multi-sectoral approach, simultaneously addressing both the direct and underlying causes of malnutrition. Groundnuts are a staple legume in the northern regions of ...
  • SPRING/Senegal Manuel de formation sur le genre et la nutrition
    July, 2017 - To address issues of gender equality and women’s empowerment in nutrition and agriculture, we must recognize the role of women not only as producers and consumers of food but also as the individuals traditionally responsible for the nourishment and health of the household. This French training manual targets adult learners ...
  • SPRING: The Father Factor - How Community Video Encourages Male Involvement for Better Nutrition and Hygiene Behaviors in Niger
    May, 2017 - Previous studies that explored interventions aimed at improving maternal, infant, and young child nutrition (MIYCN) behaviors primarily focused on the mothers of young children. Interest is growing in understanding how nutrition practices can be supported by involving other household members who provide social support and influence these practices, specifically mothers-in-law ...
  • SPRING: The Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index Results from SPRING/Bangladesh’s Farmer Nutrition Schools
    April, 2017 - SSPRING/Bangladesh implements a multichannel integrated approach to tackling malnutrition along the nation’s coastal belt using both nutrition-specific and nutrition-sensitive interventions. With the Essential Nutrition Actions and Essential Hygiene Actions (ENA/EHA) as the technical foundation of its work, SPRING/Bangladesh has developed a variety of interventions, grounded in existing evidence-based approaches, to ...
  • 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 ...
  • Stock Management for Home-Based Records: Ensuring timely availability for every person/child
    October, 2017 - Immunization cards (HBR) are an important reporting tool worldwide for recording and tracking individuals' vaccination status. Countries face challenges with ensuring that children/parents receive and retain their vaccination cards- due to lack of card stock management and often lack of guidance on assuring their availability in use. This document outlines ...
  • Strategies for Strengthening Vaccination Programs in Poor Urban Settings: Lessons Learned and Recommendations for Cité Soleil, Haiti
    December, 2017 - The Cité Soleil health zone is a very poor urban commune located within Haiti’s Port au Prince metropolitan city. Based on data collected from a situational analysis of Cité Soleil, the commune’s vaccination system faces several significant challenges specific to or exacerbated by the urban environment. A number of strategies ...
  • Strengthening Access to Mental Health Services in Sierra Leone
    December, 2017 - This technical brief highlights the work of JSI's Advancing Partners & Communities project's work in Sierra Leone strengthening mental health services, with a particular focus on Ebola survivors. The brief outline's JSI's interventions at the various levels of the health care system - community, primary health care, hospital, and national ...
  • The Use of Design Thinking in MNCH Programs: A Case Study of the Community Benefits Health (CBH) Pilot, Ghana
    April, 2018 - Responding to growing interest among designers, global health practitioners, and funders in understanding the potential benefits of applying design thinking methods and tools to solving complex social problems, the Innovations for Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health (MNCH) Initiative ( Innovations ) developed and piloted innovative interventions to address common barriers ...
  • The Women's Empowerment in Agriculture Index Results from SPRING/Bangladesh's Farmer Nutrition Schools: A Quantitative Study
    April, 2017 - In Bangladesh, The SPRING project has been using a multichannel integrated approach to tackling malnutrition along the nation’s coastal belt using both nutrition-specific and nutrition-sensitive interventions. This publication presents the findings from a study that explored the research question: Are SPRING Farmer Nutrition School (FNS) participants more empowered than those ...
  • Use of Chlorhexidine for Cord Care: Social Behavior Change Communication Experience from Nepal
    August, 2017 - The USAID-funded Chlorhexidine “Navi” Care Program (CNCP), implemented by JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI), provides technical assistance to the Government of Nepal to scale up the use of Chlorhexidine gel, an antiseptic applied to the umbilical cord of newborns to prevent infection and neonatal mortality. This report shares ...
  • Use of Chlorhexidine to Prevent Infection in Newborns: An Orientation Manual for Health Workers and Female Community Health Volunteers
    2017 - This orientation manual provides materials for a one-day orientation on the proper use of Chlorhexidine to prevent newborn infection on the umbilical cord stump. The orientation consists of several participatory exercises that are designed to educate health service providers on the causes of newborn deaths, benefits of Chlorhexidine use, proper ...
  • Vaccination in Zambia: Health Worker Experiences Using 5-dose MR Vaccine
    April, 2018 - Many countries procure vaccines in multi-dose presentations. This can present difficulties for health care workers (HCWs) who wish to ensure high, timely coverage while minimizing vaccine wastage—especially for vaccines without preservatives that must be discarded 6 hours after the vial is opened. In Zambia, the Dose Per Container Partnership (DPCP) ...
  • Vriddhi Project: Achieving Results for Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health in India
    March, 2018 - The Scaling Up Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health (RMNCH+A) Interventions project, also known as “Vriddhi,” supported the scale-up of high impact RMNCH+A interventions through innovative programming and by working closely with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the National Health Mission, and state governments. In consensus with ...
  • Vriddhi Project: Improving Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health in India
    March, 2018 - The Scaling Up Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health (RMNCH+A) Interventions project, also known as “Vriddhi,” supports the scale-up of high impact RMNCH+A interventions through innovative programming and by working closely with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the National Health Mission, and state governments. In consensus with ...
  • What is the VMMC Online Training Hub?
    October, 2017 - The VMMC Online Training Hub (OTH) is an e-learning platform that provides classes, resources, and communities of practice to help clinicians advance their skills and knowledge around performing voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC). The OTH covers the didactic, theoretical VMMC information traditionally learned through in-person workshops. With the OTH, learners ...