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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

Tri City Health Center, one of the centers JSI evaluated
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Health Centers take a Population Health Management Approach to Care Delivery

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

The USAID Reinforce Basic Health Services Project held a successful conference to present the project’s results in Timor-Leste.
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Reinforce Basic Health Services in Timor-Leste Project Holds Successful Results Conference

The Reinforce Basic Health Services Project improved reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health in Timor-Leste.
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Video Stories from the Reinforce Basic Health Services Project in Timor-Leste

North West Zonal HIVST Awareness Campaign in Kaduna, Nigeria
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HIV Self-testing Helps People Learn Status and Lower Risk

Join JSI and our affiliates, inSupply Health and IAPHL, at the 16th TechNet 21 Conference starting on October 20th, 2020.
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Tech-Net21: Shaping a resilient and adaptive immunization program

Building Healthy Cities (BHC) has used the systems mapping technique to show the ways that various sectors affect health in three cities.
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Charting a Route to Better Urban Health

JSI is pleased to have been awarded cooperative agreements to operate the new National Training Center for Family Planning and Teen Pregnancy Prevention.
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Strengthening Capacity of U.S. Family Planning and Teen Pregnancy Prevention Providers

Open enrollment for health insurance plans takes place just once a year for most people and is especially important for people living with HIV in the US.
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Shopping around: Marketplace and Medicare Open Enrollment considerations for people with HIV

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