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According to a USAID DISCOVER-Health study, HIV self-testing in Zambia is helping improve male retention to HIV services and treatment.
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Reaching the Unreached: How self-testing is improving male uptake of HIV services

Mobile health service units in Pakistan deliver each district with services, with a focus on maternal and child health.
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Mobile Health Clinics Help Maintain Access to Care in Rural Pakistan During the Coronavirus pPandemic

Citizen empowerment is a core value of the JSI-led USAID Building Healthy Cities (BHC) project model in Asia.
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Having a Say in Government: How residents of Makassar get involved in city planning

PrEP- Commercial sex workers count lubricants they have received during a PrEP counseling session. As part of RHITES-N Lango’s comprehensive HIV prevention strategy, PrEP services are aimed at populations that are most at risk of getting HIV.
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Supporting Bipartisan Resolution Recognizing World AIDS Day

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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Saving Newborn Lives: A preemie’s survival story in northern Uganda

Staff at the upgraded laboratory at Pope John XXIII Hospital in Aber can now conduct 45 different types of tests. Photo by Angela Kateemu
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In Uganda, A Rural Laboratory Attains International Accreditation with JSI Support

Supply chain worker tracks vaccine supply through a data platform.
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Join JSI and Affiliates at the Global Health Supply Chain Summit 2020

Stella Akello in her garden of green vegetables in her backyard. Photo by RHITES-North, Lango
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Grown in the Back, Sold in the Front: Home gardens improve nutrition in Uganda

An immunization program continues during COVID-19 with increased social distancing and mask measures.
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JSI to Partner with Sabin Vaccine Institute and Dalberg to Establish COVID-19 Vaccine Equity Project

Prioritizing Sustainable Solutions to Urban Health Challenges
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Prioritizing Sustainable Solutions to Urban Health Challenges

Cristina Ruvanda, an immunization health care worker, fills out the immunization record book at Mjimpya dispensary Morogoro Region, Tanzania. Photo by Ian J. Connors.
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Hot Topics and Lingering Questions from TechNet 2020

After a preliminary round of formative research the team decided the SAFIRA project would promote eggs as a source of nutrition in Ethiopia.
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Learning before doing: Testing concepts during design process

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