Heath workers are giving routine immunization to children of the Kolih tribe in Pakistan.
Immunization has the power to save millions of lives, but complete immunization coverage can only be achieved by strengthening the systems that deliver life-saving vaccines.
With 30 years of experience, JSI has strengthened routine immunization systems around the globe to provide regular, reliable, and equitable access to and use of life-saving vaccines to the most vulnerable populations.
We focus on providing tailored support that builds national and subnational managerial and technical capacity in the essential components of the routine immunization system. Using a variety of strategies to improve country-level capability, including in-service training, supportive supervision, on-the-job training, and peer-to-peer learning, we provide a wide range of technical services in immunization.
JSI's key areas of expertise include:
- Routine Immunization
- Introduction of New Vaccines
- Community Linkages
- Data Quality Improvement and Use
- Disease Control Initiatives
- Supply Chain Assessment and Optimization, Cold Chain, and Vaccine Management
- Information Systems Design and Monitoring
- Urban Immunization
Under USAID's flagship Maternal and Child Survival Program, JSI leads the child health,immunization, and pediatric HIV activities.
The IMMUNIZATIONbasics project improves and standardizes routine immunization practices at clinics across Nigeria.
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.