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Practical Guidance For Adapting Service Experience Tools And Resources In Regions And Countries

Immunization services in low- and middle-income countries have historically focused on supply and delivery functions, including quantitative analyses to measure results and impact. There has been insufficient attention to the qualitative and socio-behavioral considerations that improve confidence, acceptance, use, and demand. The recent global focus on immunization inequity and the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the critical…

PFSCM Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation II

To address the limitations identified with procurement and distribution of MNCH devices, this project will establish a prime vendor system (PVS) that targets distributors (prime vendors) in Zambia and Uganda with a select list of maternal and newborn devices that would improve access at guaranteed pricing. This model allows for strategic market shaping by supporting…

Maine Shared CHNA Community Engagement 2021

The Maine Shared Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) has been conducting collaborative statewide needs assessments since 2007. The collaboration consists of a public/private partnership among the four largest health systems in Maine – Central Maine Healthcare (CMHC), MaineGeneral Health (MGH), MaineHealth (MH), Northern Light Health (NLH), and the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention…

Cambridge Public Schools Youth Risk Behavior Survey

To better respond to the health needs of youth and families in the city of Cambridge, Cambridge Public Schools, in collaboration with the Cambridge Health Alliance and Cambridge Public Health Department, conducts a biennial youth risk behavior survey (YRBS). The YRBS assesses health behaviors and risks for middle and high school students. As part of this…

Health Equity Compact

The outsized impact on Black and Latinx communities in the COVID-19 pandemic has elevated the urgency of why we must transform the Massachusetts healthcare system to eliminate racial and ethnic disparities in healthcare, and work towards health equity for all. Massachusetts has been a leader in health reform, starting with the adoption of Chapter 58…

PMI Uganda Malaria Reduction Activity

The five-year USAID-funded U.S. President's Malaria Initiative (PMI) Malaria Reduction Activity in Uganda aims to improve the survival and well-being of Uganda’s most vulnerable pregnant women and children in selected regions. The Activity works with the Government of Uganda to improve technical, managerial, financial, and leadership capacity at all levels of the health system. The…

COVID-19 Vaccine Collaborative Supply Planning Initiative (VCSP)

The COVID-19 vaccine collaborative supply planning (VCSP) initiative is a coordinated and proven intervention to enhance the COVID-19 vaccine supply planning ecosystem. Leveraging current global and local planning processes and data sources, the initiative has developed an approach to triangulate and analyze information to create and maintain robust and agile supply plans to support decisionmaking….

Merck HPV Immunization Delivery 2021

This one-year project, implemented by JSI Research and Training, Inc. (JSI) and funded by Merck Sharpe, and Dohme, is focused on defining and producing guidance on the key elements of HPV delivery systems that are critical to fully vaccinating girls against HPV. Our approach employs the following strategies: Conduct an evidence-based analysis to delineate the…

Engage Leadership though Employment, Validation, and Advancing Transformation and Equity for People Living with HIV (ELEVATE)

The ELEVATE program builds the capacity of people with HIV to be meaningfully involved in the planning, delivery, and improvement of Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) services by addressing needs in workforce recruitment, development, and advancement for people with HIV who are aging, young black men, cisgender women, transgender/gender non-conforming, Latinx, or in the recovery…

Nassau County Health Disparities Study – COVID-19 Barriers

JSI is assessing the experiences, attitudes and barriers ten priority communities of color face in receiving COVID-19 testing, treatment, vaccination and related services. in the Nassau County, New York. The priority communities for this study are Baldwin, Elmont, Freeport, Glen Cove, Hempstead, Long Beach, Roosevelt, Uniondale, Valley Stream, and Westbury.  Our approach is rooted in community-based participatory research….

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