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Sharing Our Story: Nexleaf’s New Impact Report

This year, the Nexleaf team embarked on a journey to tell our story in a more meaningful and impactful way. In creating our newest Impact Report, we examined how to bring the people that we work with and serve into sharper focus, and how to highlight the diverse contributions of our incredible team members. We are delighted to announce Nexleaf’s 20...
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JSI commemorates World AIDS Day 2020

Dear colleagues,Today JSI commemorates World AIDS Day, pausing to show our solidarity and support for people living with HIV, and remember colleagues, friends, and family we have lost. This year’s theme, “Global solidarity, shared responsibility,” is especially poignant as COVID-19 starkly reminds us of what we’ve known in the HIV field for many ye...
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Communication changes lives.

Communication changes lives.Learn more about how health communication can improve public health through our digital bootcamp and webinar on December 10th, 2020. Get to know JSI's Health Communication Team Health communication at JSI combines our 40 years of public health experience with approaches that help people change behavior and improve health...
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Focusing on Clients: Strong Supply Chains Save Lives

In this issue of Strong Supply Chains Save Lives, we focus on the client.  JSI is transforming health supply chains so that they are driven by empowered clients, meeting them where they are with the choices they deserve. We engage with clients to design solutions that best respond to their evolving health needs and challenges.In this issue, we offe...
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WHO IB-VPD and Rotavirus Surveillance Bulletin - October 2020

Dear Colleagues, We are pleased to share the latest bulletin of the World Health Organization (WHO)-coordinated Global Rotavirus and Invasive Bacterial Vaccine-Preventable Disease (IB-VPD) Surveillance Networks. This bulletin reports the most up-to-date global surveillance data reported to WHO on pediatric diarrhea, meningitis, and pneumonia from t...
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Health Equity to Reducing the Spread of COVID-19 in Timor-Leste, just a few of the things we're discussing @ APHA

In addition to our posters and presentations, we look forward to leading the Social Media Lab with APHA. The lab will offer attendees technical assistance and information on how to use social media to advance public health.Conference attendees can schedule a free one-on-one consultation with a JSI communication expert, or watch one of our 15-minute...
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Hearing from the health workers themselves: User feedback on digital solutions accelerates progress

By Daines Mgidange, Change Management and Data Use Associate, BID Initiative, and Paul Nindi, System Project Manager, BID InitiativePosted in People, Policies & PracticesPhoto: PATH/Trevor Snapp. Health worker experiences and feedback are critical to designing effective digital health systems.Sharing health workers’ experiences with digital sol...
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Virtual supportive supervision – How to avoid Covid-19 disruption to the electronic immunization registry implementation in Vietnam

The typical week-long supportive supervision trip of national-level officers would entail two full days traveling between Hanoi and Son La province, and many hours and even days traveling from province center to district and communes on the winding and beaten-up local roads along the mountain slopes. Due to the time consuming of travel, together wi...
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Sponsorship Opportunity: Attend the 2020 SAPICS Virtual Conference (Application Enclosed)

By Rachel Simon on October 16th, 2020The International Association of Public Health Logisticians (IAPHL) enables people working in public health supply chains, especially in the global south, to connect, learn, and succeed. The association envisions a world where strong, well-run supply chains reach all people with life-saving health products, and ...
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Moderated Discussion with UNICEF: Technical Assistance and Health Supply Chains

By Rachel Simon on October 16th, 2020Description: Welcome to the expanded consultation on technical assistance and health supply chains. UNICEF and global partners have been working on developing an approach that can drive collective alignment towards a country-owned, sustainable model of technical assistance (TA) using a continuous improvement app...
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Investment in digital health needs careful planning: new WHO guide explains how to do it well

By World Health OrganizationPosted in News, PackagingGraphic: World Health Organization.This post first appeared on the World Health Organization website. The BID Initiative and PATH contributed to the writing of the Digital Implementation Investment Guide.With the right approach and effective investment, digital health interventions can be success...
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JSI’s Latest on HIV, TB, & Infectious Diseases

JSI’s Latest on HIV, TB, & Infectious DiseasesMedicare enrollment, mental health services, the LPV/R Pellet Toolkit Mental Health for All: A Person-Centered PerspectiveSocial isolation, household violence, economic insecurity, and stress. In recognition of World Mental Health Day, JSI’s Malia Duffy and Melissa Sharer reflect on COVID-19’s effec...
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Simplifying the vaccine cost equation

Posted in People, Policies & Practices, ProductsPhoto: PATH/Doune Porter. Vaccine product characteristics vary widely. Differences in volume, number of doses, and cold storage requirements—like the refrigerator shown here at Kimbiji Health Center in Tanzania—can have a big impact on cost.This post first appeared on the PATH website.For country ...
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In historic milestone, Zambia expands its electronic immunization registry to a second province

By Celina Kareiva, Senior Communications Associate, BID Initiative and Masaina Bwakya, Change Management Lead, BID ZambiaPosted in News, Policies & Practices, ProductsPhoto: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation/John Healey. Health workers enter vaccination data into a tablet during a vaccination service at the Mahatma Gandhi Clinic in Livingston...
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Better Data, Better Power: Bringing new technologies to COVID-19 hotspots in Kenya

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASENexleaf Analytics, the Center for Public Health and Development, and PagerDuty are partnering to bring better data on essential power for health clinics located in COVID-19 hotspots across Kenya. LOS ANGELES and NAIROBI, 9/30/2020 – Today, Nexleaf is launching a project in Nairobi, Kenya to monitor the power availability in hea...
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Strengthening Health Systems Through Routine Immunization

Immunization Supply Chains: Creating a Better DesignWe are working to improve immunization supply chains using a systems design approach to consider how different parts of the supply chain interact and how changes in one component can affect the whole system. In collaboration with Ministries of Health in Sierra Leone, Madagascar, Guinea, and Niger,...
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Using electronic immunization registry data to demonstrate the value of digital systems

By Emily Carnahan, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Manager and Hassan Mtenga, Country Lead, BID Initiative TanzaniaPosted in Monitoring & Evaluation, Policies & Practices, ProductsPhoto: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation/Riccardo Gangale. Clinical officer Caroline Agade advises mothers on vaccinating their children at the Green Hope ...
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Tanzania’s electronic immunization registry rolls out new features to respond to COVID-19

By Celina Kareiva, Senior Communications Associate, BID InitiativePosted in Policies & Practices, ProductsPhoto: PATH/Trevor Snapp. Paulo Urioh, a nurse in-charge at Mareu Health Center, uses the Tanzania Immunization Registry to administer vaccines to patients.As COVID-19 rattles many countries and their health systems, Tanzania is turning to ...
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Our continuing response to COVID-19

As COVID-19 continues its global spread, we also recognize the pandemic of structural racism.  As COVID-19 continues its global spread, we also recognize the pandemic of structural racism. These concurrent pandemics are shaping both the future of public health and our approach to providing better health outcomes for all.Featured WorkWe’re strengthe...
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IAPHL Ghana Chapter: Health Supply Chain Webinar Series

By Rachel Simon on September 8th, 2020Join the IAPHL Ghana Chapter on September 16, 2020 14:00 GMT for a webinar on “Building A Resilient Health Supply Chain in Ghana: Drivers, Constraints and Best Practices.” Zoom information is below.IAPHL Ghana Chapter: Health Supply Chain Webinar SeriesOriginal linkOriginal author: Rachel Simon
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