Technical AssistanceJSI provides technical assistance to large and small organizations in both the public and private sectors. Bringing extensive experience working with diverse populations and with organizations in various stages of development and capability, we help build the capacity of organizations to enable them to meet their stated objectives and performance goals. JSI technical assistance services help organizations interested in improving and expanding the health care services they provide. Most of our clients are community-based organizations, district agencies, or Ministries of Health, all of which look to JSI to provide comprehensive, integrated, and innovative approaches that yield results to meet their unique needs.
Typically, JSI provides dynamic, continuous, and consistent technical assistance over the duration of a project to help build capacity and strengthen partner institutions. JSI builds capacity at four levels: System, organization, personnel, and community/individual. We are committed to incorporating consumer perspectives and input into both policy development and program operations. A significant portion of our technical assistance has focused on developing capacity within consumer-run organizations. We apply our experience, working closely with a full range of stakeholders to develop strong, successful collaborative efforts.
In Zambia, JSI will work to reduce HIV mortality, morbidity, and transmission, while improving nutrition outcomes and family planning integration in three provinces: Central, Copperbelt, and North-Western.
JSI is training health workers to prevent cross-border transmission of infectious diseases.
In India, Alive and Thrive is delivering technical assistance to 8 medical colleges and state health organizations in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh (UP) to identify strategies for improving the implementation of MIYCN interventions and coverage.
The IMMUNIZATIONbasics project improves and standardizes routine immunization practices at clinics across Nigeria.
JSI builds the capacity and monitors the progress of 46 organizations that received DREAMS Innovation Challenge sub-awards to reduce HIV infection in young women in Africa who have limited or no access to health care services.
JSI's Technical Assistance to the New Partners program helps reform the health information system used by The Matibabu Foundation, a community-based public health organization in Ukwala, Kenya.
Through the AIDSFree project, JSI provides capacity development and technical support to USAID missions, host-country governments, and HIV implementers at the local, regional, and national levels.
The USAID DELIVER PROJECT organizes a cluttered medical supply warehouse in a remote region of Ethiopia and designs a sustainable system for proper labeling and storage.
Under USAID's flagship Maternal and Child Survival Program, JSI leads the child health,immunization, and pediatric HIV activities.
The New Vaccine Introduction (NVI) for GAVI supports the introduction of the HPV vaccine, pentavalent vaccine, pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV), and rotavirus vaccine in three countries.
MEval-SIFSA is building the capacity of the South African government, PEPFAR, and their implementing partners to produce information that contributes to sustainable policy, planning, and programmatic decisions.
JSI is supporting and advancing community programs in more than 30 countries that seek to improve local health services, especially those related to family planning.