Health Systems Strengthening
To achieve universal health coverage by 2030 countries will need strong and resilient health systems that are capable of delivering affordable, high-quality health services. To help countries, their people, and institutions improve health outcomes over the long term, JSI manages and implements public health programs that contribute to stronger health systems and thus better quality health services.
JSI has strengthened health systems and improved access to life-saving commodities and services in more than 100 countries. We rely on local expertise to assess and respond to local needs quickly. In turn, local experts draw on JSI’s global knowledge to offer our country partners new, evidence-based ideas to help them achieve their health-related goals and targets.
JSI partners with governments and stakeholders at every stage to implement efficient, equitable, and effective integrated programs that improve access to high-qualtiy essential health services.
The USAID Strengthening the Care Continuum Project improves the capacity of the Government of Ghana and local CSO partners to provide high-quality and comprehensive HIV services for key populations and people living with HIV.
JSI is training health workers to prevent cross-border transmission of infectious diseases.
Under USAID's flagship Maternal and Child Survival Program, JSI leads the child health,immunization, and pediatric HIV activities.
Urban Health Extension Professionals in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia are empowered by new tools and medications supplied to them by JSI's Urban Health Extension Program.
Through IFHP Plus, JSI is improving maternal and child health and increasing the availability and quality of services, products, and information, and strengthening the national health system to support local health needs.
JSI's Technical Assistance to the New Partners Initiative strengthens systems, staff, and services at an HIV care clinic in East London, South Africa.
SEUHP is improving the health status of urban populations in Ethiopia by reducing HIV/TB-related maternal, neonatal and child morbidity and mortality, and by reducing the incidence of communicable and non-communicable diseases.
JSI's Technical Assistance to the New Partners Initiative strengthens management and programmatic systems at the Sophumelela Centre in East London, South Africa.
HSSP developed innovative, cost-effective, integrated, and quality programs and services to strengthen reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health services in Pakistan.
JSI's Technical Assistance to the New Partners Initiative supports a local NGO in its effort to unite religious groups in Holeta, Ethiopia around addressing health issues in their community such as sanitation, nutrition, and HIV.
JSI collaborates with the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare to support service delivery with a focus on family planning, reproductive, maternal, neonatal and child health, gender-based violence, malaria, HIV prevention, and water and sanitation.
The Oromia Health Bureau in Ethiopia receives an information system overhaul from JSI's Health Management Information Systems project.
A traditional birth attendant from Ethiopia's remote Amhara region receives training from the Essential Services for Health in Ethiopia project on how to promote breastfeeding among new mothers in her community.
JSI's Making Medical Injections Safer initiative institutes an injection safety course at the Abidjan Nursing School in Cote D'Ivoire