Knowledge ManagementIncreasingly, products and services are becoming ‘smarter’ and more knowledge-based due to a host of technological and social developments. To effectively manage ever-increasing amounts of information, we know that knowledge management (KM) -- a multidisciplinary process of creating, sharing, using, and managing knowledge and information -- is the only way to ensure that best-practices and lessons learned are effectively documented and widely shared.
JSI has a long history of conceptualizing, building, and managing knowledge management solutions across a number of technical areas ranging from HIV&AIDS, nutrition, supply chains, and community-based health systems strengthening. JSI uses human-centered design to develop complementary technology solutions such as secure, user-focused web platforms that are responsive and optimized to perform in low-bandwidth environments, mobile applications, and e-learning modules, to make knowledge more accessible for the intended users. JSI can help:
- Develop and manage large-scale branded projects, including support for platform design, messaging, collateral production, publications, and dissemination activities.
- Build partnerships with local organizations to promote better use and packaging of data to influence decisionmaking.
- Employ new techniques, such as community videos, to facilitate knowledge sharing for behavior change within communities.
- Manage communities of practice to encourage knowledge sharing among global professionals.
Through KMS II, JSI supports USAID to increase its capacity to manage and evaluate its programs and to demonstrate and document the importance and impact of its global health portfolio.
Nepal's Ministry of Health cuts down on healthcare waste caused by expired medications and over-stocking when it shifts to a new supply system implemented by JSI's USAID DELIVER PROJECT.
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 AIDSTAR-One project assists the Federal Ministry of Health in Nigeria in combating unsafe injection practices.
SPRING is scaling up high-impact nutrition practices and policies by providing technical support on preventing stunting and maternal and child anemia, linking agriculture and nutrition, and changing behavior through communication.
A records assistant trained in Health Management Information Systems by JSI's NUMAT project is helping to improve services and resource management at clinic in northern Uganda.
From 2006 to 2016, JSI procured $923 million worth of safe and effective malaria commodities; delivered them to 27 countries; strengthened malaria supply chains; improved supply chain visibility and accountability; and built local capacity.
AIDSTAR-One synthesized and disseminated scientific research and models of successful program implementation in all areas of HIV, and provided targeted technical assistance to build effective, sustainable programs.