One in three women worldwide has been beaten, coerced into sex, or otherwise abused at least once in her lifetime. And women who have experienced gender-based violence (GBV) can face up to three times greater risk for HIV compared to those who have not, according to UNAIDS. GBV is common, affecting both women and men. Children and key populations are also at high risk, and often don’t have access to the resources they need.
The efforts of the Supply Chain Management System (SCMS) project have helped to ensure that a hospital pharmacy in Haiti is consistently stocked with life-saving HIV medication.
Despite record declines in the birth rates among teens in the US, racial/ethnic and geographic disparities persist. JSI Project Director, Jocelyn Chu, reflects after 5 years of leading a CDC-funded project focused on reducing teen pregnancies, about how we can continuing to these record declines among all ethnic groups.
Tahmid Chowdhury explains how JSI is working to build the capacity of public health professionals to more effectively communicate quantitative and qualitative design through better design.
Writing from the first regional conference on Measurement and Accountability for Health in Dhaka, Bangladesh, JSI’s Tariq Azim explains the importance of making health data accessible and understandable to non-health sector players.
For World Immunization Week, JSI’s Craig Burgess offers recommendations on how we can work together to create immunization equity for all.
JSI’s Tariq Azim reports from the first regional conference on Measurement and Accountability for Health in Dhaka, Bangladesh
In Madagascar, JSI supported the introduction of HPV vaccine in a two-phase pilot. Lora Shimp and Heather Casciato share the key lessons learned from the program for World Immunization Week.
Today is Innovation Day during World Immunization Week, and there are a lot of innovative ideas out there to reach every child. But innovation doesn’t always require radical new ideas. Sometimes it simply means challenging traditional approaches based on current information. For immunization supply chains, that means changing over 40 years of custom to embrace state-of-the-art commercial best practices.
On this World Malaria Day, April 25 2016, the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT joins with partners around the world in recognizing the achievements made in combating this deadly disease, as well as the critical need to sustain and increase our efforts in the coming years. With 214 million cases in the last year, it has never been more important to continue the fight against malaria.