In today’s complex public health environment, policymakers and managers need sound data to guide planning, manage programs, and track performance. They also need systems and people who can use evidence to solve health problems, target resources, and ultimately improve the lives of women, men, and children.
Through JSI’s Center for Health Information, Monitoring & Evaluation (CHIME), we enable countries to respond to emerging health program challenges using data-driven adaptive management practices. We use rigorous research methods to examine development challenges and evaluate health interventions across multiple countries, enabling a holistic understanding of public health issues. Our analyses shape technical and organizational policy and practice at both country and global levels.
Our funders and collaborators include USAID, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, UNICEF, UNFPA, Gavi, The Global Fund, and other public and private institutions.