about jsi

JSIPL uses its extensive experience of working with hard-to-reach population groups and civil society organizations to provide services that complement the formal health system and help scale-up primary health care services. It supports public health initiatives and health services with local, private and government funds that address priority public health care.

Through various types of grant awards and contracts, partnerships are forged and funds are channelised to manage and deliver public health initiatives for targeted population groups that are in need of services such as immunization, tuberculosis, HIV testing and referrals, maternal and child health, prevention and management of non-communicable diseases, research, nutrition, WASH and digital health, amongst others.

Nature of interventions


Using resources strategically and increasing the pool of available funding backed by systems and human resources that ensure effective use of funds.


Leveraging available sources of funding to meet and prioritize health and development needs, especially to achieve Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.


Effectively and efficiently manage awards and contracts to get maximum value for money and public health impact.


JSIPL translates technical support on the ground by adopting a collaborative approach in its work with governments. It helps understand project goals before embarking on a systematic, evidence-based, and results-oriented journey. Recognized as a robust technical support agency, JSIPL adopts several cross-cutting solutions to achieve its different project objectives.


Mobilizing resources through collaborative advocacy, and demonstration of high quality public health interventions.


Advocating for governments to promote policies that benefit their constituents.


Supporting teams to apply for funding and accepting these funds through flexible grant agreements.


Complying with Government laws, regulations, and mandates for receiving funds and channelising them appropriately to maximise impact and cost efficiency.

Striving for Better Health Outcomes: Examples

JSIPL provides an opportunity for piloting digital health projects, creating a rigorous quality testing process, and advocating with governments to adopt them at scale.

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Tuberculosis Implementation Framework Agreement (TIFA), a five-year (2019–2024), $300 million grants management program, spans 24 countries, including India. It works closely with Central TB Division/NTEP and USAID/India to provide sub-awards that will assist theGovernment of India (GoI) in achieving a TB-free nation. In India more than 10 fixed grants have been signed in action.


Building Healthy Cities in India, was part of a five-year (2017–2022) cooperative agreement signed with USAID and implemented in the city of Indore in Madhya Pradesh. It aimed to encourage smart cities to grow while maintaining strong systems to improve the health of citizens.


MOMENTUM Routine Immunization Transformation and Equity (MRITE) project implemented in 18 states and union territories during the period 2021–2023 has been funded by USAID and mandated to provide technical assistance to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare to improve the availability of vaccine doses and increase trust in and demand for COVID-19 vaccination. It has provided over 40 grants and 100 partnerships with public, private & civil societies.