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Makassar Healthy City Action Plan

The USAID-funded Building Healthy Cities (BHC) Project is a five-year (2017-2022) learning project grounded in a systems approach, focusing on the social and environmental determinants of health, which span areas well beyond the health sector. In Makassar, Indonesia, BHC partnered with a number of city government departments (including Bappeda and Kominfo) to support their goal…


Framework for Person-Centered Care in HIV Treatment Facilities

Time and again evidence demonstrates that person-centered care (PCC) approaches lead to improvements across the HIV care continuum—people remain in care when offered tailored, convenient health and support services. That is why JSI brings a PCC lens to all our work. PCC is a component of quality of care that moves beyond clinical quality of…


Healthier Cities through Systems Thinking: Practical Considerations for City Leaders

It is difficult to plan well for inclusive, healthy city growth, in part because urban planners and policymakers must consider the impact of a large number of projects on the health of urban residents. By linking urban planning and health sector goals, planners can better account for the complex inter-connections and dynamics between and across urban services.  The USAID-funded Building Healthy…


Innovative Mobile Apps for Malaria Information Access and Use at Health Facilities to Monitor Service Delivery and Commodity Management Performance in PMI-MEASURE Malaria Supported Districts in Cote d’Ivoire

Despite country stakeholder support to the Cote d’Ivoire Ministry of Health for strengthening health information, the conditions that prevent access to malaria and other health program data at the health facility level remain a challenge—partly because those who collect data do not always have access to the appropriate technology and communicative tools to use it….


Increasing Health Facilities’ Access to Health Information for Decision Making and Operational Plan Development in PMI Measure Malaria Supported Districts in Madagascar

Health facilities' access to malaria information is essential for the progress and sustainability of the quality of the services and data in Madagascar. Despite country support for strengthening health information, access to data remains a challenge- partly because those who collect data do not always have access to the appropriate tools to use it. Health…


Bimonthly Rota Talk Newsletter, Issue 14, 2022

JSI India publishes the bimonthly Rota Talk newsletter to regularly update partners and the government on the introduction of the rotavirus vaccine in India. JSI India is the lead technical partner for the rotavirus vaccine introduction in India. As of September 2019, India had officially introduced rotavirus vaccine in all 37 states and Union Territories…


Pneumo News: Issue 3

In India, Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine (PCV) was introduced in 2017 and was expanded in a phased manner.  In 2021, the PCV was rapidly expanded to the remaining states and now all infants have access to the PCV which is provided free of cost under the UIP. JSI has been providing the technical support to the…


Status of Child Nutrition and Community Nutrition Support Systems: Makassar, Indonesia

Child malnutrition has consequences for the individual and society at large. Malnutrition affects growth and both cognitive and physical development. Health and nutrition are also inextricably linked; poor health puts children at greater risk of becoming malnourished and malnourished children are at greater risk of becoming ill. This brief from the USAID-funded Building Healthy Cities…


Exploring an Alternative Community Health Financing Approach in Yemen: A Landscape Assessment

The Systems, Health, and Resiliency Project (SHARP) carried out an assessment to explore the ability and willingness of local communities to contribute to financing for, and facilitate access to, healthcare by raising domestic private resources. The purpose of the landscape assessment was to gain an in-depth understanding of past and current community savings schemes in…


Impact of Conflict and COVID-19 on Maternal Health Services Utilization in Southern Yemen

Yemen’s seven year conflict has created a humanitarian crisis, destroying its health system and posing significant threats to health access. This crisis has been exacerbated by geographic, demographic, economic, and social challenges as well as the COVID-19 pandemic that has minimized the ability of a fragile health system to provide services to the populations in…


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