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South Africa EpiC Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Service Delivery (USAID)

The Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) Service Delivery Project was a one year project (Oct. 2019 to Sept. 2020) funded under Meeting Targets and Maintaining Epidemic Control (EpiC), a global project funded by the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). The VMMC Service Delivery Project contributed towards…


Improving Immunization Service Delivery for Urban Poor in Kyrgyzstan

Between January and July 2018, JSI, in collaboration with local partners and the Republican Center for Immunoprophylaxis (RCI) conducted a situational analysis in Bishkek to identify potential factors contributing to low immunization rates in urban poor communities. This situational analysis used a mixed-method approach for data collection. Existing tools and surveys were adapted and approved by…


Strengthening Vaccination Programs in Haiti’s Urban Communities to End Vaccine-Preventable Deaths

Between January and October 2017, JSI conducted a situational analysis on the status of immunization coverage in Cité Soleil, Haiti, and proposed a model to improve coverage which is part of Gavi's technical assistance to the country. Unfortunately, this model, for lack of time and adequate resources, has been only partially implemented. Despite these challenges in setting…


Yemen Systems, Health, and Resiliency Project (USAID)

The Systems, Health, and Resiliency Project (SHARP) is a three-year (2019-2022), USAID-supported project that will work to reduce maternal and infant mortality in Yemen. SHARP has three goals: 1) improve maternal and child health outcomes, 2) increase community engagement in the health sector, and 3) improve the resiliency of Yemen’s health system. The project focuses…


Developing Waste Management Guidance Material

Health care waste management is an integral component of any immunization program, and the health system overall. The increasing importance of health care waste management due to continued growth and success of immunization programs has led to a call for developing immunization waste management guidance materials to enable Gavi-eligible countries to better plan and perform…


Building Capacity to Improve Health Commodity Management in Humanitarian and Disaster Settings

Since 2018, this series of projects has supported international and local nongovernmental organizations that work with USAID, enabling them to better manage pharmaceutical and medical commodities (PMC) in humanitarian crisis settings, which will improve PMC availability for people affected by rapid-onset disasters—such as earthquakes, volcanoes, and floods—and slow-onset, complex emergencies and crises, including drought and conflict. We…


Ethiopia Digital Health Activity (USAID)

A cornerstone of Ethiopia's Health System Transformation Plan is using innovative digital health interventions and informed policy decisions based on quality data to improve the health and well being of Ethiopians. The USAID-funded Digital Health Activity (DHA) is a five-year project that supports Ethiopia in improving the quality and availability of healthcare services through the…


Tuberculosis Implementation Framework Agreement (TIFA)

JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc., with partner Open Development, implements the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Tuberculosis Implementation Framework Agreement (TIFA) Project, with National TB Programs in 23 priority countries around the globe. Fighting TB is a top priority for the U.S. Government. As a part of USAID’s Global Accelerator to End TB, TIFA increases country ownership and…


Resiliency in Northern Ghana

According to the 2008 Ghana Demographic and Health Survey, 28 percent of Ghanaian children under the age 5 are stunted, 7.5 percent are wasted, and 13.9 percent are underweight. Nationally, rates of stunting in children under the age of five decreased from 30 percent in 2003, although stunting rates in the northern regions remain high…


Sierra Leone Community Health Workers Assessment and Evaluation

JSI’s assessment of the Sierra Leone National Community Health Workers (CHW) program seeks to provide the Ministry of Health and Sanitation (MoHS) and development partners’ with a better understanding on the cost of the program, data management, and strategic direction. Background The Sierra Leone National Community Health Workers Program is in its second year of…


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