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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…


COVID-19 Vaccine Delivery Preparation and Readiness Technical Assistance

As the COVID-19 vaccine rolled-out is planned in Ghana, JSI has been engaged to help plan and coordinate the introduction through the COVAX initiative. The JSI-Ghana COVAX initiative will strengthen immunization services by strategically focussing on planning and coordination of partners and relevant stakeholders, including a National Technical Working Group (NTWG) for COVID-19 vaccine introduction,…


Ethiopia eCHIS Scale-up for HEP Improvement Project (CIFF)

By scaling the electronic Community Health Information System (eCHIS) to 8,000 additional health extension workers (HEWs) in Ethiopia, JSI will leverage the power of digitally enabled performance management to improve the coverage and quality of primary health care services. The investment will help transform the health extension program in Ethiopia through improved use of data for robust…


Building Healthy Cities, Nepal

In Kathmandu, Nepal, the Building Healthy Cities (BHC) project worked with the Smart City program and the USAID Kathmandu Mission and other multisectoral stakeholders to prioritize, plan, and fund urban health activities. Activities focused on reducing air pollution and developing local support for the Kathmandu Valley Air Quality Action Plan (KVAP). BHC’s work in Kathmandu…


Texas Accountable Communities for Health Initiative (TACHI) Sustainability Inquiry

JSI researchers conducted a qualitative inquiry into strategies to support the financial sustainability of the Episcopal Health Foundation's Texas Accountable Communities for Health Initiative (TACHI). Researchers spoke with key informants—both nationally and within Texas—to better understand steps that TACHI can take to ensure that its sites achieve financial sustainability. Key research questions included: What is…


Drug Court Assessment and Training & Technical Assistance (DCATT)

With funding from a discretionary grant from the Bureau of Justice Assistance, JSI is providing assessment, training and technical assistance (TTA) services for all ten of the adult specialty treatment drug courts in the NH Drug Court Program (NH DCP). To establish TTA needs, the DCATT team reviewed statewide process evaluation and assessment reports, conducted initial site…


Evaluating the Optimizing Comprehensive Clinical Care Program (OC3)

In April 2019, TACHC engaged JSI Research & Training Institute Inc. (JSI) to conduct a retrospective evaluation of their Optimizing Comprehensive Clinical Care (OC3) program, which focuses on improving the access, efficiency, and clinical outcomes of participating community health centers (CHCs) in Texas through one-on-one coaching, learning collaboratives, and group training. JSI utilized a mixed…


Investigating Field-Based Approaches to Strengthen Domestic Violence Prevention Research

JSI is investigating field-based approaches to strengthen domestic-violence prevention research. The contract includes three main phases of work. Phase 1 involves internal assessment and planning through engagement with Blue Shield of California (BSCF) staff and a document review to gain a baseline understanding of recent BSCF efforts to strengthen domestic-violence prevention research. Phase 2 involves a…


The Partnership @drugfreeNH

The Partnership @drugfreeNH (The Partnership) was organized in 1994 under the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services’ Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services (NH DHHS). (BDAS) JSI took stewardship of the program in 2017; the Partnership is now a public-private collaboration between NH DHHS, the NH Governor’s Commission on Alcohol & Other Drugs,…


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