Grants

Jembi Health Systems receives grants from a range of international funders. Our current and past grants list include:

CRVS Digitisation Project Ghana

Plan International

Ghana’s CRVS system has struggled to achieve adequate levels of coverage and completeness, despite applying standard methods that have improved those measures in high income countries. A major barrier to improving the Ghana civil registry system is that it is entirely paper-based. Birth and death notification forms are delivered by service delivery points (SDPs) to […]

ANSA

South African Society of Anaesthesiologists

Jembi has been approached by ANSA to develop an anaesthesiological surgical outcome data warehouse with a web interface that will allow users to input and access pre-, peri- and postoperative anaesthesiology data. This data assists clinicians in their work and empowers patients by supporting patient education around safe surgery. The anaesthesiological data warehouse project will […]

DHIS2 M&E Reporting

mothers2mother

Mothers2Mothers (m2m) is an international organization which has developed and implements the proven and scalable ‘Mentor Mother Model’, a widely supported, evidence-based peer intervention model in six countries. Centered in communities and clinics, m2m employs and trains mothers living with HIV to work alongside doctors and nurses, bringing critical information and support to pregnant women and new mothers. Jembi Health […]

Evaluation of Clinical Impact and Cost of eHealth in Rwanda

University of Rwanda

This agreement is a sub-award agreement to the implementation science project awarded to the University of Rwanda – College of Medicine and Health Sciences – School of Public Health (UR-CMHS-SPH) by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  

Free State Advance Care Centre Project

Kheth’Impilo

The overarching aim of the Free State Advance Care Centre (ACCs) Project is to improve the quality, efficiency and effectiveness of care delivered to patients presenting with complex cases of HIV in three of the five health districts in the Free State (FS) Province. The project is being lead by Kheth’Impilo, with partners Jembi Health […]

Implementing an Electronic Monitoring and Reporting System in the Republic of Rwanda under the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)

Presidents’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)

Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) is a key function in optimising the management of HIV/AIDS care and treatment programmes. The availability of high quality strategic and health management information is fundamental to enabling successful implementation and cost-saving efficiencies of health programmes. PEPFAR has chosen to implement the DATIM system for collecting and management of data for […]

Khuphukani

Health Information Systems Program

The United States Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC) contracted with HISP-SA to provide health information system services under the “Program to Provide Technical Assistance and Build Capacity of the South Africa National Department of Health and Provincial Departments of Health to Strengthen the National Health and Provincial Departments of Health under the CDC […]

Medscheme System Evaluation Project

Medscheme

Medscheme’s health risk management offering is differentiated by their vision of “Creating a World of Sustainable Healthcare” and their insight into sustainable healthcare allows them to develop customised programmes that achieve better solutions and deliver enhanced healthcare value. The Medscheme approach is built on informed decisions, which prioritise the use of sustainable healthcare resources. Vital to this […]

MGCAS – Strengthen the M&E capacity of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Affairs

USAID – Mozambique

Building on its highly successful experience, to date, mainly within the Health sector in Mozambique, Jembi-MOASIS is expanding its support to other sectors, namely to the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Affairs (MGCAS), in order to build a more robust and reliable national Health Information System (HIS) able to provide quality indicators for Monitoring […]

Online Health Care Insurance Information System for Rwanda

Rwanda Social Security Board

The RWHIT project was transferred to the Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB) through a Government of Rwanda law promulgated to transfer activities regarding the Mutuelle de Sante from the Rwanda Ministry of Health (MoH) to RSSB. To this effect, an MoH was signed between MoH, RSSB and Jembi to detail the responsibility of each institution […]

Open Health Information Exchange (OpenHIE)

Cardno Emerging Markets USA, Ltd

Jembi is continuing to contribute towards the development of the OpenHIE (www.ohie.org) through the development an OpenHIE Implementers Network (OHIN) to assist with adoption of OpenHIE approaches, methodology, architectures and tools. There is currently significant demand to strengthen health information exchange and interoperability between applications with open APIs (mostly open source) as part of national […]

Open Source Blood Safety and Laboratory Information Systems

Presidents’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)

The aim of this project is to strengthen local capacity to develop and implement Open Source Blood Safety and Laboratory Information Systems in resource-limited countries. This project is supported by PEPFAR.

Patient Information Systems

University of Cape Town

Jembi and The University of Cape Town (UCT) use their respective specialised skills and collaborate on a project which aims to develop core enabling technologies and reference implementations for patient information systems to share data with health departments, including primary care information systems, viewing applications for consolidated data, and clinical research systems.

Rwanda Health Systems Strengthening Activity

Management Sciences for Health

This is a USAID sub-award through MSH. This work area aims to enhance Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB) information systems by supporting the transition of existing Community Based Health Insurance (CBHI) systems from the Ministry of Health to RSSB, facilitating the development of a strategic roadmap for automating other business processes, helping to identify potential […]

Strengthening of Health Information Systems Implementation, Capacity and Infrastructure development in Republic of Mozambique

Presidents’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)

Through a cooperative agreement, the CDC awarded a grant to Jembi regarding a project for strengthening of health information systems implementation, capacity and infrastructure development in Republic of Mozambique. The project will serve to build on and strengthen existing local networks and institutions that benefit the populations served. There will be a focus on strengthening […]

Support, Strengthen and Extend the MomConnect NPR for Maternal Care and Integration Use Cases

Health Information Systems Program

The focus of this project is to continue to strengthen, support and enhance the existing MomConnect Programme infrastructure and solution as well as continue to provide more focused and dedicated support to the NDoH task teams, where resources are available. This include leading the design, development and implementation of priority interoperability initiatives that leverage the […]

Technical Auditing of Medscheme’s existing EHR Application

Medscheme

Medscheme’s health risk management offering is differentiated by their vision of “Creating a World of Sustainable Healthcare” and their insight into sustainable healthcare allows them to develop customised programmes that achieve better solutions and deliver enhanced healthcare value. The Medscheme approach is built on informed decisions, which prioritise the use of sustainable healthcare resources. Vital to this […]

USAID Fighting Ebola Grand Challenge: mHero

Intrahealth

Severe shortages of qualified health workers and poor communication and coordination among those health workers on the frontlines have exacerbated the Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak and recovery. Targeting investments to strengthen communication among health authorities, the health workforce, and local communities can sustain improvements in health services and save lives. Harnessing mobile technology and […]

CDC Public Private Partnerships in PEPFAR Countries (HI-PPP Initiative)

Health Informatics Private-Public Partnership (HI-PPP)

The Department of Community Medicine University of Zimbabwe College of Health Sciences has granted Jembi Health Systems a sub-agreement for the CDC Public Private Partnerships in PEPFAR Countries project. PEPFAR is the cornerstone and largest component of the US President’s Global Health Initiative. With a special focus on improving the health of women, newborns and […]

Civil Registration and Vital Statistics

World Health Organisation (WHO)

The grant supports the work of Jembi-MOASIS in assessing in depth the CRVS system in Mozambique.

Civil Registration and Vital Statistics Guidebook

African Development Bank

Strengthening Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS) systems is a high priority in Africa and digitisation is seen as one way to achieve this. However, many countries lack the skills and expertise to apply modern digitisation methods to CRVS systems. The purpose of this project was to develop a web-based Guidebook for the Digitisation of […]

Developing capacity, sharing knowledge and good principles across eHealth in Africa

International Development Research Centre (IDRC)

Jembi Health Systems received a grant from the IDRC for the purpose of carrying out the Open Architecture Standards and Information Systems (OASIS II), namely developing capacity, sharing knowledge and good principles across eHealth in Africa.

Extend hospital mortality system based on ICD-10 to the rest of Mozambique

World Health Organisation | Health Metrics Network | WHO

HMN MOVE-IT has an agreement with Jembi Health systems to extend to the rest of the health system in Mozambique, a hospital mortality system based on ICD-10 that is supported by locally developed software (SIS-ROH) and to develop it is a national mortality system in Mozambique.  The objective of this project is to improve the […]

General Support Grant to Develop Health Informatics Systems

Rockefeller Foundation

Through its continued support, The Rockefeller Foundation awarded Jembi a general support grant to develop health informatics systems for use in South Africa, Mozambique, Rwanda and Zimbabwe.

Health Enterprise Architecture Laboratory (HEAL)

Rockefeller Foundation

The University of Kwazulu Natal (UKZN) presented Jembi Health Systems with a subsidiary agreement, awarded by the Rockefeller Foundation for the Health Enterprise Architecture Laboratory (HEAL) project. HEAL is a research group and unit within the School of Computer Science at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) in South Africa. Jembi is a founding member of HEAL and […]

Health Information Systems in support of Strategic Information Activities in the Republic of Mozambique

University of California San Francisco (UCSF)

Through a sub-agreement with University of California, San Francisco, Jembi was awarded the health information systems in support of strategic information activities in the Republic of Mozambique project. At MOASIS (Mozambique Open/Architecture, Standards and Information Systems) UCSF will support a long term trainee in the area of strategic information systems to contribute to the work plan, […]

Health Ingenuity eXchange (HINGX)

Open Health Tools Inc. (OHT)

The first Open Health Tools sub-grant was awarded to Jembi. The purpose of the HINGX grant is to design a web-accessible, community-driven catalogue of the various architectural artifacts that currently exist in health information systems (HIS) in developing countries.

Integrated Syndromic Surveillance in South Africa

Karolinska Institute (KI)

The Karolinska Institute (KI) in Sweden, in collaboration with National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) South Africa, is undertaking a project in South Africa on surveillance of infectious diseases. The project aims to investigate the feasibility of sending reports from three clinics (Gottenburg, Utah and Welverdiend) in the Bushbuckridge area, Mpumalanga using mobile phones. More […]

Open eHealth Enterprise Architecture Framework and Strategy Development for the Global South

Rockefeller Foundation

The Rockeffeller Foundation provided Jembi with a project support grant, towards the Open eHealth Enterprise Architecture Framework and Strategy Development for the Global South project. This will enable Jembi to develop and publish specifications for the implementation of robust, integrated and inter-operable eHealth systems in low resource settings in Africa.

Organisational development grant through resource mobilisation planning and implementation

International Development Research Centre (IDRC)

The grant is aimed at supporting and strengthening Jembi’s organisational capacity by means of resource mobilisation planning and implementation.

Organisational strengthening for Mozambique and provide a lasting, collaborative relationship between Jembi and MOASIS

AIHA | HIV/AIDS Twinning Center (TWINNING)

The American International Health Alliance (AIHA) Twinning Center presented Jembi Health Systems with a sub grant for organizational strengthening for Mozambique. The purpose of this sub-grant is to provide a lasting, collaborative relationship between Jembi and MOASIS (The Mozambique Open/Architecture, Standards and Information Systems), with particular attention to the development project of the mortality and […]

Satellite Enhanced Telemedicine and eHealth for Sub-Saharan Africa

Greenfield Management Solutions

Jembi has been a sub-contractor on a research grant awarded to Greenfield Management Solutions by the European Space Agency (ESA). The overriding goal of the proposed project; The Study on Regulatory Aspects is to contribute directly to better performance, quality of care and the long-term sustainability of health systems and eHealth in sub-Saharan Africa on the overall […]

Supporting National Health Digital framework

Vital Wave

The Tuberculosis (TB) team of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) has spent several years working with the South African National Department of Health (NDoH) to strengthen the National TB Control Program. Based on this work, the TB team has prioritized the development of effective data systems for TB-related healthcare delivery and policy setting. […]

Supporting the Mobile Data Collection System and OpenMRS Database in Medecins Sans Frontiers Eshowe Project

Médecins Sans Frontières

Jembi was contracted by MSF in South Africa to develop and implement an Open Source mobile-based data capture form entry solution with an integration into OpenMRS. All project milestones where delivered on schedule and MSF expressed satisfaction on the delivery of the project and support provided during  the design, development, UAT, training and implementation. Following […]

The Open Concept Collaborative Support and Development

World Health Organisation (WHO)

The World Health Organisation entered into an agreement with Jembi in respect of the Open Concept Collaborative Support and Development (OCC) project. The objectives of this project is to add standards support in the OCC, create a linkage between indicator definitions in the WHO Metadata Registry, upload content of WHO clinical care and monitoring concepts, […]

UCT Redcross

University of Cape Town

The University of Cape Town is an academic institution supporting the Drakenstein Child Health Study. This project is a multi-year birth cohort study following more than 1,000 mother child pairs.

Unicef CHMS USSD Solution

Praekelt Foundation

The Ministry of Health in Uganda has embarked on an innovative eHealth strategy that includes the Community Health Management System. Uganda’s CHMS is currently based on an android application which facilitates the registration of households and individuals by Village Health Teams (VHT), Community Health Extension Workers (CHEW) and other Healthcare Professionals (HCP), and the collection […]

Open Source Blood Safety and Laboratory Information Systems

Presidents’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)

The aim of this project is to strengthen local capacity to develop and implement Open Source Blood Safety and Laboratory Information Systems in resource-limited countries. This project is supported by PEPFAR.

Medscheme System Evaluation Project

Medscheme

Medscheme’s health risk management offering is differentiated by their vision of “Creating a World of Sustainable Healthcare” and their insight into sustainable healthcare allows them to develop customised programmes that achieve better solutions and deliver enhanced healthcare value. The Medscheme approach is built on informed decisions, which prioritise the use of sustainable healthcare resources. Vital to this […]

Faster to Zero – Uganda

HealthEnabled

Jembi will participate in a project stakeholders meeting on 15-16 November in Uganda where specific digital tools for eMTCT will be selected from the pool of relevant technology solutions identified through prior fieldwork by Health Enabled and K4Health, and to provide final recommendations for implementation and integration with other EGPAF and national digital health systems and/or […]

Improving Health in Sub-Saharan Africa: From Patient to Population – Data for Improved Health Outcomes in Cross-Border Settings

BroadReach Healthcare

Jembi aims to support the objective of achieving improved health outcomes utilizing disruptive healthcare technologies by working with the consortium on two main tasks. At the regional level we will equip and empower key stakeholders to make data-based healthcare delivery decisions, and at the patient/provider level we will help to improve health outcomes for all individuals […]

The Integrated Decision Analytics Support (IDeAS) Program

BroadReach Healthcare

The Integrated Decision Analytics Support (IDeAS) program is a five-year CDC project awarded to BroadReach Health Care LLC in October 2016. The purpose of the (IDeAS) is to improve health information integration, interoperability, insight and impact for the Zambian health system used by Health Care Workers (HCWs) to improve health care delivery and achieve epidemiological […]