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JSI Europe works to improve services in the broad field of international health. We have acted as the Sexual and Reproductive Health Resource Centre for the UK Department for International Development (DFID). Also with DFID support, we have implemented an HIV/AIDS and food security programme in Zimbabwe and the 'Strengthening Health Services in Conflict Areas' project in Nepal.

We have experience of working with many institutional partners. For example we have managed a Safe Motherhood Know-How Project in Kenya in collaboration with the Royal College of Nursing and Midwifery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Kenyan counterparts, a commodity project in East Timor with Crown Agents, and a project to strengthen routine health information systems in Morocco with Tulane University.

In all our work, we prioritise strengthening organisations and systems. In 2004 we provided comprehensive programme evaluation, organisational development and strategic planning support to the African Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Partnership, a public-private sector partnership of the Government of Botswana, The Merck Company Foundation, and The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

We have made a strategic commitment to apply our public health expertise within the UK. To this end we have developed a project with the University of Northumbria Centre for Design Research, which focuses on improving sexual health service delivery in the UK through service design. We are also working to strengthen cultural and linguistic competency in UK health care organisations, in partnership with several London Primary Care Trusts and Hospital Trusts, the London Ambulance Service, University of Greenwich School of Health and Social Care, Kings College London School of Medicine, East London Black Women's Organisation, and Greenwich Council for Racial Equality.


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