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JSI in The Kyrgyz Republic

JSI has partnered with the Kyrgyz Republic for more than three decades, implementing programs to help strengthen the country’s health system to improve services—and ultimately, people’s lives. JSI combines best practices, public health expertise, and practical knowledge to work with the government and local partners to strengthen the health system in five areas: health systems…

Capacity Strengthening Journeys: Navigating Humanitarian Health Supply Chains to Find Paths for Advancement

Over a two-year period, 156 supply chain personnel from humanitarian organizations around the globe participated in online or in-person training courses to expand their knowledge of health supply chains. The courses strengthened participants’ ability to manage pharmaceutical and medical commodities (PMCs) and respond to complex supply chain challenges during humanitarian crises. Following the courses, 17…

Building Capacity to Improve Health Commodity Management in Humanitarian and Disaster Settings Infographic 2024

This infographic summarizes the accomplishments of the USAID-funded Building Capacity to Improve Health Commodity Management in Humanitarian and Disaster Settings program from February 2022 to February 2024. 

Country Health Information Systems and Data Use (CHISU) 2023 Year in Review

2023 was a big year for CHISU. Our program expanded to include work in 23 countries—and in July, we reached the mid-project mark of our implementation. As we look ahead to another productive year with CHISU, we are excited to share that the project has been extended until 2026. It’s rewarding to see USAID’s commitment…

Nigeria Zero-Dose Situation Analysis

This situation analysis investigates the existing data collection, analysis, and reporting systems in the four priority states where the Nigeria Country Learning Hub will be focusing its efforts – Kano and Sokoto in the northwest and Borno and Bauchi in the northeast – to understand any bottlenecks and lags in producing data about reaching zero-dose…

Digitally Enabled Performance Based Incentives for Improved Health Extension Program Performance in Ethiopia: An Implementation Study Research Report

JSI has supported Ethiopia's Ministry of Health in designing and testing digitally-enabled performance-based incentives using the Electronic Community Health Information (eCHIS) platform, digital tooling enabling frontline healrth extension workers to gain quick access to counseling tools, client history, reporting forms, and community-level data. The digitally enabled PBI system was designed to improve health extension worker performance,…

Reducing Procurement Lead Times with Streamlined Importation Processes

In humanitarian and emergency settings, health supply networks and processes frequently become complex once a shipment arrives at the port of entry. Unregistered products, inadequate documentation, and sudden changes in government regulations can cause inefficiencies and bottlenecks, delaying importation processes and increasing procurement lead times. With careful planning, many of these problems can be minimized…

Using DHIS2 for Health Facility Stock Management in Humanitarian Settings

This brief describes how the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is integrating DHIS2 at health facilities with the institutional supply chain management information system to improve data visibility and pharmacy stock management. 

Data Visibility: Monitoring Pharmaceutical and Medical Commodities in Humanitarian and Crisis Settings

Health supply chain managers are responsible for analyzing and monitoring every aspect of their supply chains to ensure the timely delivery of medicines to people in need. An important tool for this is a logistics management information system, which provides visibility to inform decisions and performance management in the supply chain cycle. This brief explores how…

USAID Cure Tuberculosis: Year 4 Annual Results October 1, 2022 – September 30, 2023

Cure Tuberculosis is a five-year activity (2019-2024) implemented by JSI in partnership with University Research Co., LLC (URC) and United States Pharmacopeia (USP) which aims to strengthen the Kyrgyz government’s ability to diagnose, treat, and cure people with drug-resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB). The project activities are aligned with the USAID Global TB Strategy and TB Roadmap…

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