Reducing Rotavirus through Partnerships: Using Collaboration and Planning to Achieve Nationwide Vaccine Introduction

JSI contributed to the success of the introduction of the rotavirus vaccine (RVV) in all of its 36 states and union territories.

Hardware and Heartware: Two Approaches to a Smarter, Healthier City

Representatives from Indore, India, and Da Nang, Vietnam – joined Makassar officials on a tour of how hardware and heartware is transforming Makassar in the technological age with JSI’s Building Healthy Cities.

Building Healthy Cities Partner Shares How It Became India’s Cleanest City

City planners and others from Makassar traveled to Indore–the largest city in India’s Madhya Pradesh province–to learn about the city’s progress towards improving the health and well being of their citizens.

Engaging the Private Sector to Improve Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health Services in India

Through the USAID-supported Vriddhi project, JSI India conducted a landscape assessment of reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health (RMNCH) service delivery in the private sector. The study aimed to collect evidence for a private sector engagement strategy for RMNCH.

Using Technology to Build the Capacity of Health Workers in India

In India, we are working to improve the public health system and quality of health care services by building the capacity of health workers through a systematic, technology-based approach.

Peer Support Groups Boost Health Workers’ Confidence and Improve Work Efficiency in India

Through the Vriddhi project, JSI is facilitating the use of injectable gentamicin by Auxiliary Nurse Midwives (ANMs) in accordance with recommendations from the Government of India. During monthly meetings, ANMs who have been successful in identifying eligible cases and administering the lifesaving injection share their stories. This creates a space where other ANMs feel comfortable discussing the challenges they face and reaching out to experienced ANMs when they need support.

Fueling Collaboration, Learning, and Innovation through Knowledge Exchange

In an ever-changing public health landscape, knowledge exchange is crucial to overcome challenges and utilize new opportunities to improve health.

Engaging Private Sector Health Care Providers to Reach SDGs in India

In India, JSI has adopted a consultative, evidence-based, sequenced approach to developing a strategy for increasing private sector engagement in reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health services so as to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.