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Sampling of JSI and World Education's work around HIV
Sampling of JSI and World Education's work around HIV
Sampling of JSI and World Education's work around HIV
Sampling of JSI and World Education's work around HIV
Sampling of JSI and World Education's work around HIV
Sampling of JSI and World Education's work around HIV
Sampling of JSI and World Education's work around HIV
Sampling of JSI and World Education's work around HIV
Sampling of JSI and World Education's work around HIV
Sampling of JSI and World Education's work around HIV
Sampling of JSI and World Education's work around HIV
Sampling of JSI and World Education's work around HIV
Sampling of JSI and World Education's work around HIV
Sampling of JSI and World Education's work around HIV
Sampling of JSI and World Education's work around HIV
Sampling of JSI and World Education's work around HIV
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Sampling of JSI and World Education's work around HIV

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Created for the International AIDS Conference held in Washington, DC, July 22-27, JSI and World Education showcase some of their projects supporting PLWHIV and HIV prevention activities. …

Created for the International AIDS Conference held in Washington, DC, July 22-27, JSI and World Education showcase some of their projects supporting PLWHIV and HIV prevention activities.

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  • Since the early days of the epidemic, JSI has been deeply involved in the response to HIV/AIDS:Capacity building for community health centers, CDC-funded programs, and Ryan White granteesCommunication efforts for AIDS.govQuality management and comprehensive planning for federal, state, and local agencies to help with data-systems improvement and program evaluation
  • Goal: improve program quality and strengthen the capacity of local organizations Implements technical HIV practices Improves networking and strengthens partnerships at the community, NGO, public-private, and donor levels
  • Provides assistance to community-based organizations to help improve the delivery and effectiveness of HIV prevention services for high risk and/or racial/ethnic minority populationsJSI provides assistance with organizational infrastructure, program sustainability, evaluation of evidence-based interventions, and monitoring and evaluation of HIV prevention services
  • - Strengthens proven programs- Develops new models for care of and support for orphans and vulnerable children in Zimbabwe- Uses community-driven programming- Works directly with local organizations to access, expand, and integrate HIV care and support for children and families living with HIV
  • - Goal: improve coordination of federal funding streams for HIV prevention, care, and treatment in the 12 US cities most affected by HIVAssesses one of the two main implementation arms of the U.S. National HIV/AIDS Strategy: increasing access to care and reducing new infectionsThe 12 Cities Project evaluation will assess one of the two main implementation arms of the U.S. National HIV/AIDS Strategy. be
  • Goal: reduce initiation of young people (15-25 years) into crime, drug use, poor health, and diminished future economic opportunities Establishes safe havens for young people to interact, learn new skills, and participate in alternative entertainment activitiesCreating safe havens for youth to reduce variousrisk-taking behavior by offering interactive alternative activitiesThe goal of the project is to reduce the initiation of young people (age 15 to 25 years old) into various risk-taking behaviors such as those leading to crime, drug use, poor health, including HIV infection, and diminished future economic opportunities. The project is working with local institutions to establish safe havens for young people to interact with each other, learn new skills, attend educational sessions, and participate in alternative entertainment activities.
  • Supports and advances HIV prevention, care, and treatment globally Provides support to PEPFAR and its implementing agencies through technical assistance, knowledge management, and program implementation
  • Improves health commodity supply chains Strengthens logistics management systems and identifies financial resources Develops, strengthens, and operates safe, sustainable, and reliable supply systems Provides affordable, quality, essential health commodities: drugs, diagnostics, and supplies
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    • 1. Working towards an AIDS-free generation
    • 2. Knowledge Management Technical Monitoring Assistance Evaluation and Training and Research JSIStrategic QualityPlanning Fighting Improvement HIV Health Information Services System Planning and Development Delivery Capacity Building
    • 3. AIDS.gov AIDS.govUsing social media to promote the goals of the HIV-AIDS Strategytargeting communities of color and others at risk for HIV in the U.S.
    • 4. BantwanaIncreasing access to and qualityof comprehensive care forchildren affected by HIV andpoverty in sub-Saharan Africa Credit: Robin Hammond
    • 5. Actor Portrayals  Why take every dose, every day? Consistent adherence to HIV treatment regimens suppresses viral load, improves health, and lowers risk of transmission to others.  "Every Dose, Every Day" is a web-based program to train clinical and non-clinical HIV providers to implement CDC-endorsed strategies to improve their patients’ HIV medication adherence.
    • 6. INTERNATIONAL PROJECT NUMAT The Northern Uganda Malaria AIDS & Tuberculosis Program Strengthening local government responses and expanding use of HIV, TB, and malaria prevention, treatment, care, and support
    • 7. Project HOPE Using gender-responsive approaches to reduce HIVamong women and girls of color in the United States
    • 8. TA-NPITechnical Assistanceto the New PartnersInitiativeImproving HIVprogram qualityand strengtheningNGO capacity.
    • 9. Capacity Building AssistanceProviding support to community-based organizationsto help improve the delivery and effectiveness of HIVprevention services in the U.S. Credit: Ed Scholl
    • 10. Children FirstDeveloping new models tocare and support fororphans and vulnerablechildren in Zimbabwe
    • 11. San Francisco New York City  Chicago  Philadelphia  Baltimore  Los Angeles Washington, DC Atlanta  Dallas  Houston   Miami The 12 Cities Project San Juan Improving coordination of federal funding streams for HIVprevention, care, and treatment in the U.S. as well asimplementing a strategy to increase access to care and to reducenew infections
    • 12. Turkmenistan Youth CentersCreating safe havensfor youth to reducevarious risk-takingbehavior by offeringinteractive alternativeactivities
    • 13. AIDSTAR- OneSupporting andadvancing HIVprevention, care, andtreatment globally Credit: Ed Scholl
    • 14. USAID|DELIVERImproving healthcommoditysupply chainsandstrengtheninglogisticsmanagementsystems

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