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Rajkot Co-creation Workshop Report: Leverage and Action Workshop

In Rajkot, India, the USAID-funded Asia Resilient Cities (ARC) Project is collaborating with Rajkot Municipal Corporation (RMC) to support their vision of building climate resilience in the context of rapid urbanization. ARC is working in alignment with the Smart City Mission initiative of the Government of India focused on driving economic growth and improving the…

Using the Journey to Health and Immunization (JTHI) Framework to Engage Stakeholders in Identifying Behavioral and Social Drivers of Routine Immunization in Nepal

This article discusses how JSI, UNICEF Nepal, and Dhulikhel Hospital–Kathmandu University School of Medical Sciences used the Journey to Health and Immunization framework to engage a diverse group of stakeholders in increasing the capacity of practitioners to use behavioral science in immunization programming.  Citation: Castle, Nicole, Surakshya Kunwar, Leela Khanal, Lisa Oot, Katharine Elkes, Swechhya Shrestha,…

Uganda Zero-Dose Landscape

The purpose of this landscape is to provide the Gavi CLH and stakeholders in Uganda with a comprehensive overview of the immunization landscape within the country, with a special focus on  ZD and under-immunized children. Gavi defines a ZD child as one who has not received a single dose of a diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis-containing…

JSI Person-Centered Care Assessment Tool

This tool measures person-centered care (PCC) at health facilities providing HIV treatment. It is designed for HIV implementers and service providers to collaboratively assess the health facility's ability to provide person-centered HIV treatment, demonstrate areas of strength for organizational learning, and tailor investments in further interventions or improvements. 

USAID-led integration of tuberculosis services at primary health care level in Bishkek leads to enhanced detection and care

In Kyrgyzstan, the USAID Cure Tuberculosis project, led by JSI, facilitated patient-friendly reforms in Bishkek's centralized tuberculosis (TB) care system. The project worked with the Ministry of Health to reorganize the Bishkek city TB Center (BCTC) and relocate TB specialists to deliver services at primary health care (PHC). To achieve this, new basic regulations were…

With USAID support, health and community leaders make a difference in the lives of people with tuberculosis

The high prevalence of drug-resistant TB in Kyrgyzstan has significant social and economic consequences, especially in small communities where stigma and discrimination of people who have TB are prevalent. Many people eschew treatment because they do not recognize TB symptoms, lack confidence in treatment, or avoid discussing it with other people and health care providers….

Forging Local Networks to Distribute Life-saving Health Supplies in Ukraine

During Russia’s war against Ukraine, local organization 100% LIFE identified alternate distribution networks to deliver life-saving HIV treatments to all areas, including war zones.

Inventory Management for Health Supplies in Humanitarian Settings

By adjusting safety stock and redistributing health supplies, the International Medical Corps reduced inventory imbalances in the Lebanese National Primary Healthcare Network.

Minimizing the Environmental Consequences of Humanitarian Supply Chains

In recent years, there has been increased focus on sustainability in humanitarian supply chains. To minimize waste, EMERGENCY is transitioning from plastic bags to reusable plastic boxes to transport pharmaceutical products.

Putting Patients First: Central Asia’s First Accredited TB Laboratory in Kyrgyzstan

The Kyrgyz National Reference Laboratory (NRL) became the first internationally certified TB laboratory in Central Asia. This elevates its credibility and guarantees more accurate and timely test results for patients.

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