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Advancing Partners & Communities, Sierra Leone

Even before Ebola hit Sierra Leone, the country had some of the world’s poorest health outcomes, especially in the area of maternal and child health. Ebola took a major toll on the health system—not only did more than 200 health workers die during the outbreak, but people stopped coming to health clinics. JSI's Advancing Partners…


Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine National Introduction

Globally, cervical cancer kills more than 250,000 women every year and 85 percent of these deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries. Two types of HPV cause 70 percent of cervical cancers and pre-cancerous cervical lesions. When provided to young girls between 9 and 14 years old, the HPV vaccine is the most cost-effective public health measure to prevent HPV and…


Climate Forward Somerville

Somerville is a thriving, equitable, carbon neutral, and resilient city that is preparing for/adapting to climate change while doing its share to prevent it. JSI is providing environmental public health expertise as a part of a consultant team led by architectural firm, Kleinfelder Inc. and engineering firm, AECOM. Kleinfelder, Inc. and AECOM have extensive experience…


Wisconsin Youth Sex Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Campaign

The Wisconsin Department of Children and Families (DCF) chose JSI to create a Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Campaign. The Campaign's goal was to inform the public that sex trafficking of Wisconsin youth under the age of 18 is an issue in urban, suburban, and rural communities throughout Wisconsin (WI). The campaign aimed to achieve…


Vermont Infant Safe Sleep Research and Social Marketing

In working towards the Healthy Vermonters 2020 and Title V Maternal and Child Health Block Grant goals of reducing sudden, unexpected infant death (SUID), it is necessary to develop and disseminate a clear, effective message to parents, caregivers, and providers who work with families of infants about how to establish a safe sleep environment and…


Global Fund Data Use

JSI built a data use improvement package to address the various challenges across the data use continuum, from understanding the barriers to facilitating participatory analysis of the data through workshops and IMPACT teams. JSI employed a user-centered design approach, encouraging innovations in data visualization, and established critical teams for problem solving and follow-up, creating a…


Ethiopia Kangaroo Mother Care Implementation Research for Accelerating Scale-up in Oromia Region (Harvard School of Public Health)

The Ethiopia Federal Ministry of Health would like all low-birth weight (LBW) newborns weighing under 2 kg in Ethiopia to receive Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC) as part of the care for LBW babies. KMC includes prolonged skin-to-skin contact between a caregiver and newborn, early initiation and exclusive breastfeeding, early discharge from the hospital, and follow-up…


Alive & Thrive – Maternal Nutrition and Infant and Young Child Nutrition (MIYCN)

Although there have been great improvements in nutrition in India recently, there are still significant malnutrition-related illnesses that remain major public health issues in the country. For pregnant women and infants, this is a particular concern – about 20 million children are not exclusively breastfed (EBF) for the first six months, and about 13 million…


Ethiopia Transform: Primary Health Care (USAID)

The USAID Transform: Primary Health Care Activity launched in Ethiopia in 2017 and ended in September 2022. The goal of the Activity and its partner, Ethiopia’s Federal Ministry of Health, was to strengthen the health system by expanding access to and improving the quality of services for nearly 58 million Ethiopians. In doing so, USAID…


Pakistan KP/FATA Health Initiative (USAID)

The FATA/KP Health Initiative worked to increase the availability of quality maternal, newborn, and child health services in seven districts of Pakistan’s Malakand Division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) to improve the health outcomes of mothers and their children. Gender inequities and social norms in these seven districts limit…


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