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Tick Free NH Partner Toolkit

This toolkit was created to guide partner communications around sharing the best ways to avoid ticks and avoid contracting tick-borne illnesses. The goal of Tick Free NH’s messaging included in this toolkit is to prevent tick encounters, change people’s behavior when it comes to tick prevention, and educate the public on proper tick removal and…


Data Quality Improvement Plan, Liberia 2022-2027

The Liberia Ministry of Health (MoH) recognizes the importance of quality data for program planning, monitoring, and evaluation, and acknowledges the challenges of data availability, data quality, and data use across all program areas. With that in mind, the MoH decided to develop a Data Quality Improvement Plan (DQIP) to ensure a more integrated data…


Family Planning Results by the Systems, Health and Resiliency Project (SHARP) in Yemen

With the social, economic, and security challenges facing mothers and women of reproductive age to access health facilities and receive health services in Yemen, JSI's System, Health and Resilience Project (SHARP) works to improve reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health (RMNCH) by promoting community health and building the capacities of primary health care providers at…


Makassar Community-Based Waste and Water Management Study: Executive Summary

The USAID-funded Building Healthy Cities (BHC) project partnered with Makassar Smart City, Bappeda, and the Mayor’s Office to improve healthy urban planning in Makassar, Indonesia from 2018-2022. As part of this relationship, BHC completed a participatory study to map waste and water management in one flood-prone neighborhood, Maccini Sombala village. The goal was to understand…


Indore: Increasing Community Participation in Air Pollution Mitigation – Annex Supplement

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Building Healthy Cities (BHC) project led an innovative air pollution study in Indore, India. The purpose of the study was to assess opportunities for community participation in both measuring and identifying main sources of air pollution; and mitigation measures using local data from low-cost air quality sensors…


Makassar Community-Based Waste and Water Management Study

The USAID-funded Building Healthy Cities (BHC) project partnered with Makassar Smart City, Bappeda, and the Mayor’s Office to improve healthy urban planning in Makassar, Indonesia from 2018-2022. As part of this relationship, BHC completed a participatory study to map waste and water management in one flood-prone neighborhood, Maccini Sombala village. The goal was to understand…


Reimagining Technical Assistance – Critical shifts to enable strengthened capacity and better health outcomes

This document, published by the Inter-agency Working Group for Capacity Strengthening,  highlights a set of critical shifts for a reimagined approach to technical assistance that enable strengthened capacity of country institutions to lead their health agenda and deliver better health outcomes. JSI led the re-imagining technical assistance work through a Gates Foundation-funded initiatives that were…


Indore: Increasing Community Participation in Air Pollution Mitigation – Executive Summary

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Building Healthy Cities (BHC) project led an innovative air pollution study in Indore, India. The purpose of the study was to assess opportunities for community participation in both measuring and identifying main sources of air pollution; and mitigation measures using local data from low-cost air quality sensors…


Understanding the Adoption of Global Guidance for the ISC: Insights from a Human-Centered Design Approach

The Immunization Supply Chain Steering Committee (iSC2) group of partners is charged with moving forward and monitoring activities related to the Gavi iSC strategy, as well as identifying potential catalytic activities that are needed for implementation through a collective impact approach. ISC partners have created a plethora of tools and guidance to support and strengthen…


Re-Imagining Technical Assistance at JSI

JSI is re-imagining our approaches to technical assistance (TA) and capacity strengthening. There are a range of entrenched TA and capacity building practices that undermine country agency in driving health sector performance improvement. We have outlined nine critical shifts as a vision for the future. JSI is leveraging these insights, and our 44 years of…


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