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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 ...
  • Bimonthly Rota Talk Newsletter; Issue 5, 2018
    October, 2018 - JSI India publishes the bimonthly Rota Talk newsletter to regularly update partners and the government on the introduction of rotavirus vaccine in India. JSI India is the lead technical partner for rotavirus vaccine introduction in India. To date, JSI India has provided technical support for the launch of rotavirus vaccine ...
  • Building Healthy Cities - Indore Health Needs Assessment
    December, 2018 - The USAID-funded Building Healthy Cities (BHC) project aims to increase the understanding of the best routes for improving the social determinants of health in urban contexts. In its first year, BHC conducted several exploratory data collection activities in two "Smart Cities" to inform the project's approach. The resulting data is ...
  • Building Healthy Cities Indore Data Use and Access Assessment
    December, 2018 - The USAID-funded Building Healthy Cities (BHC) project aims to increase the understanding of the best routes for improving the social determinants of health in urban contexts. In its first year, BHC conducted several exploratory data collection activities in two "Smart Cities" to inform the project's approach. The resulting data is ...
  • Community Monitoring of Individual Children's Vaccinations: Six Country Experiences
    December, 2018 - In low- and middle income countries, unsatisfactory vaccination coverage often reflects services that are not sufficiently accessible, convenient, reliable, or friendly. It may also reflect a lack of public understanding or trust in vaccination and/or vaccination services. Additionally, in developing countries, various sociocultural factors affect the likelihood that families make ...
  • 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 ...