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Reimagining Technical Assistance Introductory Presentation

This is an introductory presentation on Reimagining Technical Assistance. It was presented at an event at the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) in Washington, D.C. in March 2023. 

Preventing Malaria in Uganda Through the Mass Action Against Malaria Approach

The mass action against malaria (MAAM) is a multisector approach implemented by USAID PMI Uganda Malaria Reduction Activity (MRA) that aims to address gaps in malaria prevention and management by engaging various stakeholders at the different levels– from district, community and household. This approach is coupled with community interventions including test and treat or campaigns…

Immunization – India Update, January – March 2023

The role of the Immunization Technical Support Unit (ITSU) as a think tank for the Immunization Division, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, and its collaboration with immunization partners to ensure no child is left unvaccinated is at the core of this edition. This quarterly newsletter developed by ITSU highlights India's work from January through March…

One Health Information Assessment Tool (OHIAT) Maturity Model

One Health is a collaborative, multisectoral, and transdisciplinary approach — working at the local, regional, national, and global levels — with the goal of achieving optimal health outcomes, recognizing the interconnection between people, animals, plants, and their shared environment. One Health is both an approach and an outcome – optimal health for people, animals, plants,…

Map of Supply Chain Activities and JSI Global Presence 2022

We provide technical assistance and training to government agencies and health care organizations for building, scaling up, and managing robust, resilient global health supply chains. This map highlights JSI's health logistics and supply chain work by program area in 2022. 

One Health Information Assessment Tool (OHIAT) One Pager

This practical tool, developed by JSI under the STOP Spillover project, helps countries assess their current One Health Information Systems, and identify gaps. The OHIAT uses a maturity model to assess the current capacity of a country's system. Currently, there is no tool that serves this function, yet the need is immense.

USAID Cure Tuberculosis Project: Year 3 Annual Results October 1, 2021 – September 30, 2022

This report displays the results of the activities implemented by the USAID Cure Tuberculosis Project in Kyrgyzstan after its third year. This project year yielded improved DR-TB case detection, treatment completion, infection prevention, and accessibility. This report was developed to inform funders and implementers of the project’s progress, and can also be useful for others…

Systems Thinking Approach: Developing a Visual Backbone

Systems thinking is a way to make sense of complex environments and solve problems comprehensively, viewing every problem as the result of overlapping issues. There are many types of systems thinking approaches, and many tools to facilitate systems thinking. The USAID-funded Asia Resilient Cities (ARC) Project will employ a version of systems thinking that encourages…

Resource Guide for Strengthening HPV Vaccination Service Delivery

A synthesis of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine service delivery-related challenges, evidence-based solutions, and promising practices that national and sub-national program planners and implementers in low- and middle-income countries commonly encounter. The resource guide supports countries to make informed decisions about HPV vaccination delivery and provides practical guidance to national and subnational stakeholders to strengthen service…

Burundi is leading the way on 95-95-95 goals

Every year, the United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) holds a Country Operational Plan (COP) meeting of government officials, health professionals, and civil society representatives to discuss funding and priorities for the year to come. This year, at COP23 in Johannesburg, Burundi was given special recognition for the remarkable progress it has…

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