Health Supply Chain Management
With more than 35 years of experience in more than 60 countries, JSI is committed to helping our partners deliver the right amount of medicines, vaccines, and other health products and supplies to the people who need them, when they need them, no matter where they live. Through strong and trusting relationships, built over decades of working together, we help country and local governments scale up projects and manage their own supply chains.
Our supply chain expertise is grounded in a deep understanding of public health programs. We adapt private sector best practices to improve public health supply chains around the globe and are proud that others readily adopt our innovations.
Our specific areas of expertise include:
- Supply Chain Analysis, Design and Implementation (including network, cost, and performance)
- Logistics Information system development, deployment, and support
- Quantification (forecasting and supply planning)
- Data Analytics and Use
- Visibility Analytics Networks
- Professionalization of Supply Chain Managers (IAPHL)
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This collaboration between UNFPA and JSI focuses on three specific phases of work: analysis, strategic interventions, and reducing bottlenecks and building capacity in Sierra Leone, Nigeria, DRC, and Kenya.
Watch a video to find out how the Supply Chain for Community Case Management (SC4CCM) is improving the supply chain of essential medicines and vaccines for children under five at the community level.
JSI is supporting IVCC with forecasting NGenIRS requirements, and setting up sustainable IRS forecasting processes through conducting regional workshops and developing a forecasting tool and guide.
The USAID | DELIVER PROJECT uses mobile phone technology to strengthen the supply chain of health commodities in Tanazania, Ghana, Liberia, and Zambia.
inSupply is a learning project aimed at improving the performance and efficiency of supply chains by increasing the effective use of data and introducing management best practices to strengthen system outcomes.
JSI is improving the contraceptive supply chain in Indonesia to help ensure consistent product availability thereby increasing the use of family planning methods. The project will share data for future use by Indonesia's National FP Coordinating Board.
Through the Family Planning Access Program, JSI monitors global shipment volumes and related supply information for the Jadelle, Implanon, and Sayana Press contraceptive products, to support countries in strengthening their FP product supply chains.