Snow, Inc. (JSI)
John Snow, Inc. is a leading international consulting
company, working in a wide range of public health
issues, including maternal health, child health, nutrition,
reproductive health, HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted
disease (STD), family planning, health financing,
policy development, and organizational development.
JSI has twenty years of experience working internationally
and domestically to bring innovative and effective
solutions to complex healthcare challenges. JSI has
been selected to provide international technical assistance
in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, the Caribbean, Latin
America, and Eastern Europe.
Q. What makes JSI so well suited
to carrying out TASC orders?
A. Its wide range of experience and success
in the following areas:
Maternal Health, Child Health, and Nutrition
JSI expanded the Maternal and Neonatal Health Program
(MotherCare II) and administered the Resources for
Child Health (REACH) project, the Basic Support for
Child Survival (BASICS) project, and the Opportunities
for Micronutrient Interventions (OMNI) project. Bilateral
contracts awarded to JSI in this area include The
Bangladesh Urban Family Health Partnership, and Egypt's
Healthy Mother, Healthy Child and National Control
of Diarrheal Diseases projects.
JSI manages the USAID-funded global family planning
logistics management (FPLM) project (now known as
DELIVER). DELIVER provides short- and long-term technical
assistance to procure, distribute, and predict the
need for contraceptives and essential drugs. JSI also
administers Nepal's Logistics and Child Health Support
For twelve years the global family planning Service
Expansion and Technical Support (SEATS) project provided
technical assistance and project implementation support
for reproductive health and family planning in Asia
Indefinite Quantity Contracts
JSI has implemented three long-term USAID ICQs and
has completed more than fifty short-term assignments
in over sixty countries, responding to USAID and host-country
needs. This includes the Health Financing, Health
Communications and Emerging Health Issues IQC.
JSI has worked in more than 85 countries throughout
the world, including the U.S. The sharing of information,
technical expertise, and professional contacts is
actively fostered, and lessons learned in individual
countries and regions are applied to other countries
and regions, with culturally appropriate adaptations.
JSI has a record of successful collaboration with
a range of government agencies, community groups,
and private institutions on public health programs.
JSI's clients in international health work have included
USAID, the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the World
Bank, the World Health Organization (WHO), the United
Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), the United Nations
High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR), the Aga Kahn
Foundation, and numerous non-governmental and private