JSI currently manages the Health Systems Strengthening Component of USAID’s Maternal and Child Health program, which supports the Department of Health in Pakistan’s Sindh Province to develop management capacity and systems for an improved health service package for families, and particularly women and children. Special attention is paid to the quality and equity of services.
Through the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, JSI worked with the Government of Pakistan to improve availability of family planning, tuberculosis, and vaccine commodities down to the last mile. One significant milestone was the launch of the vaccine logistics management information system (vLMIS) in 2014, which, for the first time, made supply chain (including cold chain) data for vaccines visible down to the sub-district level.
JSI improved Pakistan’s health system by working with the Pakistani government and NGOs to improve maternal and child health services and the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases through the USAID-funded Pakistan Initiative for Mothers and Newborns (PAIMAN) between 2004 and 2010. Since then, JSI has continued strengthening services and working to create stability even in areas where conflict has arisen, including the conflict zones of Swat, Buner, and Dir.
JSI's privately-funded Reproductive Health for Refugees initiative worked on reducing gender-based violence, particularly in refugee communities.
Under USAID's flagship Maternal and Child Survival Program, JSI leads the child health,immunization, and pediatric HIV activities.
A dedicated young member of a local leadership group in Dadu, Pakistan is trained by the PAIMAN project in maternal and child health sensitization, and helps save the lives of a mother and newborn during an emergency childbirth.
HSSP will develop innovative, cost-effective, integrated, and quality programs and services to strengthen systems around reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health services for improved health outcomes in Pakistan.
A traditional birth attendant from Taxila is trained in modern obstetric and neonatal care as part of the PAIMAN project's initiative to reduce neonatal mortality in Pakistan.
Health systems function smoothly when they are supported by effective supply chains. JSI's USAID | DELIVER PROJECT designed, developed, strengthened, and operated reliable and sustainable public health supply chains in developing countries.
The Pakistan Initiative for Mothers and Newborns project supports the establishment of much-needed birth clinics within Internally Displaced Persons camps in the Charsadda and Mardan districts.
JSI built the capacity of the health system, fostering a community-based approach and an environment of increased awareness and informed decisionmaking across all levels of the health system, to ensure a continuum of care for mothers and newborns.