Better Health Outcomes. FOR ALL.

Improving Health Care Access, Quality, and Equity around the World.

Everyone deserves a healthy life. Ensuring that is our mission.

In countries around the world, we help strengthen health systems and improve the ability of local providers and communities to deliver health services and create a healthy environment. 


We take multidisciplinary, human-centered approaches to help government leaders, health facility staff, communities, families, and individuals gain the skills to solve their health and development challenges.


We believe that working together is the only effective and lasting way to overcome public health challenges. We work closely with donor agencies, national and local governments, private-sector firms, nongovernmental and faith-based organizations, and civil society groups to advance the public health agenda.


We work locally to equip health care providers, private-sector entities, communities, and individuals with the skills and abilities to deliver better care, and deliver care better. Our services are designed to foster self-reliance and resilience.


JSI partners with host-country experts, organizations, and governments to improve health systems worldwide. We focus on access, equity, and quality, using approaches that empower countries, communities, families, and individuals to advance their skills and create lasting solutions to health and development challenges. We draw from our experience in the field to shape and advance the global public health agenda.


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Susan Ayam, 26, carries her baby Faith, three months old. Faith was born premature at just seven months gestation with a worrying weight of 1.2kgs. PHOTO by Angela Kateemu for JSI

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Since 1978, JSI has strengthened health systems and partner capacity around the world.

Years of Experience

For four decades JSI has helped shape and advance the global public health agenda.


JSI has implemented more than 2500 projects building health systems and people’s capacity around the world.

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With our driving focus on improving people’s health, we find innovative solutions to complex problems, ensuring that all stakeholders’ voices are heard, and that program goals are met.