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Strengthening Technical Assistance to Enhance Country MNCH&N Outcomes

The aim of this project is to influence key global health donors to strengthen capacity and re-imagine technical assistance (TA) in recipient countries.  The Maternal, Neonatal, and Child Health (MNCH) strategy developed by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation defines technical assistance as one of the four functions of the global health architecture (along with…


UNFPA Pacific Sub Regional Office AWP

Since 2018 JSI has been supporting the UNFPA Pacific Sub Regional Office (PSRO) and Pacific Island Countries and Territories with improving the use of data for program management and supply chain management (SC) while strengthening and updating the supply chain design to ensure end-to-end visibility of data and better use of that data to reduce…


Scaling and Sustaining Quality Improvement Strategies to Improve Routine Immunization Systems (QI2RI)

In Ethiopia and Uganda, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) has supported JSI to implement programs that have included concepts and tools from the field of quality improvement (QI) to strengthen immunization systems (both for routine immunization and supply chain). To further expand and sustain/institutionalize these innovations, this concept note proposes an externally facilitated…


Gavi Liberia PEF/TCA 2021

During the past year, JSI has worked closely with Health Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Unit (HMER) of the MOH and EPI to conduct a data and systems review. This review provided fundamental insight and analysis that shaped the systems assessment and data quality review, the results of which will feed into and form a foundation…


Read@Home Track and Trace Book Distribution

Read@Home (R@H) is an unprecedented effort to get reading, learning, and play materials into homes, led by the Education Global Practice at The World Bank Group. The initiative focuses on families who are unlikely to be reached with the remote learning approaches being rolled out by ministries of education (illiterate or semi-literate parents and families…


USAID Zambia Accessible Markets for Health (ZAM-Health) Activity

The USAID Zambia Accessible Markets for Health (ZAM-Health) Activity is a five-year project (2021-2026) that aims to sustainably expand the availability and accessibility of high-quality health products and services in the private sector, improve health knowledge, and increase the adoption of healthy and health-seeking behaviors. Within the framework of a total market approach (TMA), the…


Strengthening FP Supply Systems in Nigeria (UNFPA)

Access to essential medicines is critical to reaching universal health coverage and is recognized as a key building block of a strong health system. Over the years, the Nigerian procurement supply management (PSM) systems for distribution of public health commodities evolved into multiple, overlapping supply chain systems due to lack of strong central ownership/coordination. The…


Nigeria Total Market Approach (TMA) to Condom and Lubricants Programming

The Total Market Approach (TMA) project will continue to work through national TMA coordinating structures to increase awareness on HIV-prevention commodities and to optimize distribution and use of HIV-prevention commodities among key population groups. Project activities will promote sustainable approaches for condom, lubricant, PrEP, and HIVST programming using TMA. The project will continue to gather…


HELP Palestine eLMIS

We are pleased to announce a new project to enhance the health supply chain in Palestine. Palestine has shortages of pharmaceutical and medical supplies in both the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Strong health supply chains improve people’s health and well-being by providing access to high-quality and affordable health products. In partnership with HELP Logistics…


Strengthening Service Experience to Improve Immunization Demand

Immunization services are often focused on delivery functions, rather than the clients being served and the health workers who serve them. When coverage problems arise or continue, there is a tendency to default to demand issues or frame this as a drop-out or defaulter challenge, which can mask larger systemic issues or more complex acceptance…


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