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  • 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 ...
  • 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, ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Improving Immunization Service Delivery for the Urban Poor
    February, 2018 - The world is currently experiencing the largest wave of urban growth in history. More than half the population now lives in towns and cities, and by 2030 this number is expected to swell. Much of this rapid urbanization is taking place in Africa and Asia, bringing social and economic transformation, ...
  • 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) ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 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 ...
  • 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 ...