JSI “opts in” to SOCAP 2016: The Role of iNGOs in Scaling Innovation

Finance organizations should encourage a shift to impact investing, where companies have to “opt-out” of making thoughtful, socially-conscious investments rather than having to “opt-in.” Partners such as JSI can provide the insight and on-the-ground presence to make such an investment impactful, sustainable, and when applicable, scalable.

Building a Community of Supply Chain Professionals

Around the world, immature immunization and health supply chains continue to inhibit availability of a variety of health commodities—including vaccines, nutrition products, reproductive health supplies, and general medicines—required to meet the health-related Sustainable Development Goals. Public health supply chain leader and manager capacity must be strengthened if this situation is to improve.

How to Improve Respectful Maternity Care through Community Engagement

To increase the number of women who give birth at health facilities, the L10k project is talking to families about their care needs and working with facility staff to promote respectful care practices.

Taking the Pulse of cStock

The Ministry of Health of Malawi adopted cStock, a community-based logistics management information system developed by the SC4CCM project, for use on a national level. JSI’s Megan Noel, SC4CCM Technical Advisor, explains how the project is monitoring the system’s effectiveness through Routine Data Quality Assessment.

Positively Disrupt your Friday: Why you can’t miss the TEDxChange event “Positive Disruption” on April 5th

TEDxChange 2013 has begun! On Wednesday, April 3, Melinda Gates started a global conversation on some of the most pressing and intractable health and equity issues the world faces. Access to clean water, to schools, to medicine, to technology and to information were prominent themes in today’s global broadcast from the Gates Foundation Campus in Seattle, Washington.