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  • A License for Quality Creating the Sindh Health Care Commission
    2017 - In 2015, the government of Sindh asked the HSS Component to help establish a Sindh Health Care Commission (SHCC) by strengthening staff capacity and technical skills to design and implement an effective regulatory framework. The HSS Component helped the government of Sindh accomplish the following: 1) Codified SHCC Governance Structure ...
  • Asia Regional Workshop on HIV Programming for Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM) and Transgendered Persons (TG): HIV Prevention, Care, and Treatment for MSM and TG: A Review of Evidence-Based Findings and Best Practices, August 28-30, 2012, Bangkok, Thailand.
    August, 2012 - The primary goals of the workshop included disseminating PEPFAR’s 2011 MSM Technical Guidance on Combination HIV Prevention document, which describes the USG’s comprehensive package of core services for MSM, and sharing state-of-the-art knowledge on relevant topics in HIV prevention, care, and treatment for MSM and TG. The Asia regional workshop ...
  • Assessment of the Retail Environment of Male Condoms in Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe
    October, 2017 - The promotion and distribution of male condoms have been an important element of HIV prevention and family planning (FP) programs for host country governments and donors. Years of investment in condom programming have seen significant increases in condom use and total market volume of condoms. However, despite condoms being relatively ...
  • Building Healthy Cities
    October, 2017 - This document highlights the work of JSI's Building Healthy Cities project. The USAID-funded initiative aims to embed a health equity lens into city policies, planning, and services while improving data flow for existing Smart Cities in India, Indonesia, and Vietnam. Health and Smart Cities planning are related; decisions about transport, ...
  • Capacity Development in Sindh Province
    2017 - As Pakistan decentralized health, population, education, and other social sectors to the provincial level, that decentralization created some challenges, including limited understanding and capacity of provincial staff to fulfill their new duties. To address this, capacity building became an integral part of both the Sindh Health Sector Strategy 2012–2020, which ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Driving Supply Chain Evolution: Data Visibility Enables Continuous Improvement
    May, 2017 - The hallmark of a well-integrated and agile supply chain is visibility of high-quality data throughout the end-to-end system that is available to stakeholders from the top to the bottom of the supply system. These data are used for demand and procurement planning at the national level, tracking consumption trends and ...
  • Engaging Government Agriculture Staff to Promote Nutrition at the Community Level
    March, 2017 - High-impact nutrition practices cannot be adopted and sustained by a given population simply by increasing knowledge or awareness. Many complex and contextual factors influence everyday decisions to consider, try, adopt and/or reject, and ultimately internalize and sustain a given behavior. The SPRING project in Bangladesh partners with government health and ...
  • Engaging Government Health Staff to Promote Nutrition at the Community Level - A Retrospective Analysis from Bangladesh
    September, 2016 - Evidence shows that populations do not adopt and sustain high-impact nutrition and hygiene practices solely as a result of increased knowledge and awareness (Bhutta et al. 2008 and Bhutta et al. 2013). Social science research has proven that many complex and contextual factors influence everyday decisions to consider, test, adopt, ...
  • Ethiopia Data Use Partnership Co-Creation Workshop Report
    January, 2018 - The Ethiopia Data Use Partnership (DUP) is a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation-funded collaborative endeavor of the Ethiopian Federal Ministry of Health and a JSI-led consortium currently includes: Regenstrief Institute, University of Gondar, and Gobee Group. The DUP aims to improve the collection and use of high-quality routine information in ...
  • Ethiopia Data Use Partnership Overview
    October, 2017 - This document provides an introduction and overview to the Ethiopia Data Use Partnership (DUP), which works to provide effective technical and financial support while galvanizing additional commitments to strengthen the national health information system. Download (PDF, 1.05 MB) ...
  • Ethiopia’s Integrated Electronic Regulatory Systems: Building the Foundation for End-to-End Medicine Traceability
    October, 2017 - JSI is developing and implementing a new, fully integrated open-source electronic regulatory information system (ERIS) that will enable end-to-end pharmaceutical supply chain visibility in Ethiopia. This brief outlines how we've partnered with the Food Medicine and Healthcare Administration and Control Authority and the Pharmaceuticals Fund and Supply Agency to modernize ...
  • Every Woman Every Child 2020 Commitments - JSI's 2016 Progress Report
    May, 2017 - In 2015, JSI made a five-year commitment to scale-up activities on immunization, maternal, newborn and child health, logistics services, nutrition, and HMIS in 10 countries worldwide, while training over 20,000 health workers by 2020. This pamphlet documents JSI's progress in 2016 toward this commitment. JSI, 2017. Download (PDF, 9.40 MB) ...
  • 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 ...
  • From Passive To Active Agents of Change Fostering a Paradigm Shift in the District Planning Culture in Sindh Province Pakistan
    2017 - District health and population management teams (DHPMT) are key district-level decision-making bodies. The Health System Strengthening Component (HSS Component) of USAID’s Maternal and Child Health Program revitalized DHPMTs in all 23 intervention districts in Sindh Province. The revitalization has facilitated district-level coordination and decision-making and strengthening fiscal and operational planning ...
  • Generating Data to Strengthen the Health System - Sindh Health Facility Assessment
    2017 - Health facility assessments are increasingly used to measure functionality and readiness. In Sindh, the health system faces multiple challenges, including aging infrastructure, deficient human resources, and insufficient quantities of essential medicines, supplies, and equipment. While the Government of Sindh is committed to implementing a reforms agenda through the Sindh Health ...
  • 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 ...
  • Haiti - Job Aid for Vaccination in Urban Areas
    December, 2017 - This job aid provides a diagram and brief summary for the JSI’s efforts to strengthen urban immunization programs in Cité Soleil– an urban commune located within the Port au Prince metropolitan area in Haiti. This aid contains the factors accounting for low coverage and inequity on vaccination programs in urban ...
  • Haiti Strategies for Improving Vaccination Coverage in Urban Poor Settings
    December, 2017 - The directorate of the Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI), an arm within the Ministry of Public Health and Population (MPHP) in charge of vaccination activities, after having noticed the low rate of vaccination coverage in recent years within some cities, particularly the city of Cité Soleil, solicited and received GAVI’s ...
  • Heartfile Health Financing Providing Access to Life-saving Health Care for Pakistan
    2017 - Globally, more than 100 million people become impoverished and a further 150 million face severe financial hardship as a result of health care payments.This is a critical barrier to achieving universal health coverage (UHC), a central pillar of Goal 3 of the Sustainable Agenda 2030. Heartfile Health Financing (HHF) is ...
  • 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 ...
  • Immunization @ JSI
    2017 - Immunization has the power to save millions of lives, but complete immunization coverage can only be achieved by strengthening the systems that deliver life-saving vaccines. This brochure highlights JSI's work in immunizations and new vaccine introduction. JSI, 2017. Download (PDF, 312 KB) ...
  • Immunization Tools to Help the Dose Per Container Decision
    March, 2018 - Ministries of Health (MOH) considering a change in the presentation of vaccine containers or introducing different presentations of the same vaccine for different delivery contexts will want to assess the effects of that change in advance. The Dose Per Container Partnership (DPCP) reviewed 10 frequently used immunization tools that include ...
  • Implementation of Kangaroo Mother Care in District Hospitals in India
    2016 - Under the Scaling Up Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health (RMNCH+A) Interventions project, also known as “Vriddhi,” JSI provided technical assistance on rolling out Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC) in government district hospitals in high priority districts. This brief highlights the project's efforts to establish demonstration models for KMC within ...
  • Improving Availability and Use of Immunization HBRs
    June, 2017 - These slides were developed and presented at a joint meeting of the Family Planning & Immunization Integration Working Group to show the importance of improving availability and use of immunization home-based records and linkages with integrated home-based records. Country-specific experiences including lessons from the field, survey results and challenges to ...
  • 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, ...
  • Infographic: Vriddhi Contributes to Scale-Up of Kangaroo Mother Care in India
    April, 2018 - Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC) is an evidence-based intervention to reduce mortality among small and sick newborns. Under the Vriddhi project, JSI provided technical assistance for KMC introduction and scale up in government district hospitals in two districts. Vriddhi's work informed a nationwide scale up strategy with the potential to reach ...
  • Information Gaps in Decision-Making on Vaccine Presentation in 3 Francophone African Countries
    October, 2017 - In 2016, a Dose Per Container Partnership (DPCP) study team visited Benin, Côte d’Ivoire, and DRCongo to examine the selection process for vaccine presentation and countries’ role in choosing the vaccine presentations. The study team reviewed policy and planning documents, records, and monitoring and evaluation reports; and interviewed 33 people ...
  • 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 ...
  • Life After Ebola: Mothers Return to Health Facilities in Sierra Leone
    2017 - The USAID-funded Advancing Partners & Communities project supported the Sierra Leone Ministry of Health and Sanitation’s Post-Ebola Recovery Plan through capacity building for health care workers and renovation of water sanitation and hygiene and infection prevention and control structures. This photo essay shows the George Brook Community Health Center in ...
  • Monitoring and Evaluation of the Chlorhexidine "Navi" Care Program
    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 discusses JSI/CNCP's ...
  • Nepal as a Global Leader in the Use and Scale Up of Chlorhexidine
    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. As Nepal was the ...
  • 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, 927 KB) ...
  • Post-Ebola Recovery: Strengthening Primary and Community Health Services
    June, 2017 - Between May 2014 and January 2016, Sierra Leone was impacted by the worst Ebola outbreak in recorded history. The outbreak exposed critical gaps within the country’s health system, revealing the need to strengthen health services to prevent future outbreaks. To begin the country’s recovery, Sierra Leone launched the Health Sector ...
  • Project Briefer: Strengthening Vaccination Programs in Haiti's Urban Communities
    February, 2018 - This project briefer outlines JSI’s efforts to strengthen urban immunization programs in Cité Soleil, an urban commune located within the Port au Prince metropolitan area in Haiti. This Briefer contains information on the initial results of the situational analysis regarding problems, mainly within the immunization system, such as unreliable vaccine ...
  • Public Health Supply Chain Management @ JSI
    2017 - Strong supply chains save lives. The JSI health logistics practice draws inspiration from this motto because we are committed to improving the lives of people and communities worldwide. This brochure highlights JSI's supply chain expertise and experience. JSI, 2017. Download (PDF, 1.92 MB) ...
  • Quantification of Health Commodities: DMPA-SC Companion Guide
    May, 2017 - This quantification guide specific to subcutaneous DMPA (DMPA-SC), a new injectable contraceptive, aims to help family planning program managers, supply chain/logistics managers, and procurement officers confront the significant challenges in estimating and planning for commodity needs as programs introduce and integrate provision of DMPA-SC. Available in English and French. Please ...
  • Quick Reference for Determining Orders for DMPA-SC
    January, 2018 - This quick reference summarizes the recommendations from Quantification of Health Commodities: DMPA-SC Companion Guide into an easy-to-use checklist. Family planning quantification teams and program managers can use this checklist as a quick reference guide during quantification exercises including DMPA-SC, and to validate their quantification methodology before placing DMPA-SC orders. JSI, ...
  • 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 ...
  • Rebuilding Trust in Health Services: Engaging Communities through Facility Management Committees
    2017 - This technical brief describes the Advancing Partners & Communities project’s community engagement strategy to help Sierra Leone’s Ministry of Health and Sanitation strengthen health systems and structures. The strategy focuses on building the capacity of facility management committees. JSI, 2017 Download (PDF, 2.86 MB) ...
  • Rehabilitating Peripheral Health Units to Save Lives
    2017 - Clean water and sanitation, the sixth sustainable development goal indicator, is poor in Sierra Leone. The Advancing Partners & Communities project supported the completion and printing of the 2017 Ministry of Health and Sanitation Standards & Guidelines for WASH Services in Health Facilities in Sierra Leone which set the standard ...
  • Review of the History of Price Revisions of Social-Marketed Brands of Male Condoms in Select Countries
    November, 2017 - Social-marketed brands of condoms are usually sold at a subsidized price in African countries. The goals of this approach are to ensure that the price of the condom does not pose a barrier to purchase and to promote to condom use among the populations the social marketing organization aims to ...
  • SPRING/Ghana: Engaging Communities to Improve Nutrition through the 1,000-Day Household Approach
    September, 2017 - SPRING’s work in Ghana (2014–2017) aimed to improve the health of 1,000-day households with pregnant women and/or children under 2 years of age. Using evidence-based practices, SPRING developed a multi-sectoral program to reduce stunting and anemia in 15 districts of the Upper East and Northern regions of Ghana. The project ...
  • SPRING/Ghana: Helping Health Workers and Caregivers Improve Nutrition through Multi-sectoral Programming
    August, 2017 - The leading causes of stunting and anemia are poor diets, especially low dietary diversity, and poor sanitation infrastructure and practices that lead to intestinal infections, which interfere with achieving and sustaining nutrition gains. To combat these problems, we identified behaviors across the nutrition, WASH, and agriculture sectors that—when synthesized into ...
  • SPRING/Sierra Leone: Entry Points for Nutrition in Feed the Future Value Chains
    June, 2017 - In February 2017, SPRING used rapid appraisal techniques to explore how value chains can be supported and leveraged to contribute to improvements nutrition for women and children in the first 1,000 days from pregnancy through two years of age (a critical window of opportunity). Specifically, we analyzed how each of ...
  • SPRING: Six Key Actions to Reduce Anemia
    September, 2017 - Anemia is a widespread public health problem that few countries have been able to reduce in compliance with World Health Assembly goals. Anemia is characterized by a low concentration of hemoglobin in the blood and results in poor health and decreased economic development. For expectant mothers, serious maternal anemia increases ...
  • Scaling Up Chlorhexidine in Pakistan: A game changer for saving newborn lives
    2017 - Although CHX had been added to the essential drug list, the lack of coordination between implementing partners and non-existent standard guidelines and protocols has resulted in fragmented CHX delivery in Pakistan. This fragmentation prohibited possibilities for scale-up, as implementing partners were using different drug protocols and often working in silos. ...
  • Scaling-Up the Use of Chlorhexidine for Umbilical Cord Care: Nepal’s Experience
    November, 2017 - The USAID-funded Chlorhexidine “Navi” Care Program (CNCP), implemented by JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI), provided 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 documents ...
  • 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 ...
  • Strengthening Tuberculosis Service Delivery in India
    November, 2017 - Seven countries account for 64% of new tuberculosis (TB) cases with India leading the way. In addition, each year there are a “missing million TB patients” in India who either remain undetected or are misdiagnosed. JSI India contributes to the national TB response as a partner on several tuberculosis strengthening ...
  • Strengthening the Health Workforce in Sierra Leone
    2017 - This technical brief describes the Advancing Partners & Communities project’s concept, context, and process for health capacity building, in support of the Sierra Leone Ministry of Health and Sanitation’s vision for strengthening the health workforce. JSI, 2017 Download (PDF, 19.40 MB) ...
  • Strong Management Stronger Health System Strenghtening the Management and Coordination Continuum
    2017 - In 2010 Pakistan decentralized the health system, passing many management functions to the provincial level. Decentralization is widely accepted as a step toward a more efficient and responsive health system. In Pakistan however, supervision, coordination, and communication mechanisms at both the provincial and district levels must be established to ensure ...
  • Strong Supply Chains Save Lives
    May, 2017 - At JSI, we believe that strong supply chains save lives. Countries that have robust supply chains can save more lives and recover more rapidly when disaster strikes. Disaster-prepared countries are also more insulated from future emergency shocks. JSI's supply chain experts respond immediately and effectively whenever and wherever the nest ...
  • Strong Systems Save Lives - Health Systems Strengthening Component of the USAID Pakistan Maternal and Child Health Program
    2017 - In 2010, Pakistan decentralized its health system, giving provinces a much greater role in setting health sector strategies, policies, and financing. USAID’s Maternal and Child Health Program was developed to support the Pakistani government and Sindh province, in particular, through the initial process of decentralization. The JSI-implemented HSS Component of ...
  • Strong Systems Save Lives: Health Systems Strengthening in Pictures
    2017 - The Health Systems Strengthening Component of USAID’s Maternal and Child Health Program worked to strengthen the Government of Pakistan’s health system, with a particular focus on reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health services in Sindh province. This photo book highlights the work and results of the project, including data management, ...
  • Supply Chain Costing Tool
    September, 2013 - The USAID | DELIVER PROJECT has designed the Supply Chain Costing tool to support the implementation of public health supply chain costing exercises. Based in Excel, the software tool greatly facilitates data collection, analysis, and report generation of a supply chain costing exercise. Please also see the Supply Chain Costing ...
  • Supporting Sierra Leone’s Community Health Worker Policy 2016–2020
    2017 - This technical brief describes the Advancing Partners & Communities project concept, context, and process for improving community health systems in Sierra Leone through the adoption and roll-out of the National Community Health Worker Policy 2016–2020. JSI, 2017. ...
  • The Risk Assessment and Control Decision Support Tool (TRAC_DST)
    2013 - TRAC_DST is a macro-driven, Excel-based database, visualization, and decision analysis tool developed to aid risk evaluation generation of risk treatment options, and risk performance monitoring in global and public health supply chains. JSI / USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, 2013. Download (XLS, 8.08 MB) ...
  • Understanding and Managing Supply Chain Risks: Activity Session Notes
    2017 - These notes should be used together with the PowerPoint presentation titled Workshop: Developing a Risk Management Plan that is part of the Risk Management Toolkit at www.deliver.jsi.com. These notes and the PPT slides will help facilitators lead the development of a risk management plan for a public health supply chain. ...
  • Vaccines For All Improving Routine Immunization in Sindh Province Using A Health Systems-based
    2017 - Recognizing the challenges to improving the performance of the Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) in the province, the Government of Sindh’s Department of Health (DOH) requested technical support from the Health Systems Strengthening Component of USAID’s Maternal and Child Health program team to conduct an EPI pilot in the four ...
  • Web-based Dashboard, Sindh: A Key Intervention to Strengthen Health Systems
    2017 - The Sindh Department of Health requested the Health Systems Strengthening Component of USAID’s Maternal and Child Health Program to provide technical assistance to develop an integrated, online, interactive MIS dashboard. This dashboard was envisaged to link data from all vertical service delivery programs, including national, provincial, and district levels health ...
  • Workshop: Developing a Risk Management Plan
    2012 - These PowerPoint slides will help facilitators teach: 1) the basic concepts of supply chain risk management 2) how to evaluate and prioritize risks 3) how to develop potential strategies to handle each risk. JSI / USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, 2013. Download (PPTX, 164 KB) ...
  • eLMIS: A Supply Chain Becomes a Lifeline
    October, 2017 - In Zambia, the AIDSFree-supported launch of the electronic Logistics Management Information System has streamlined commodities management; enabled better, faster, and more accurate reporting of supply chain data; and reduced stockouts of health commodities at facilities. JSI/AIDSFree Project, 2017. Download (PDF, 1.09 MB) ...