Jembi has extensive experience in the field of interoperability, digital health and health system strengthening, with over 10 years of experience working on collaborative projects and implementation with inter-sectoral and multi disciplinary groups of stakeholders from national governments, local and international organizations and consortia, academic and research institutions, non-profits and private companies. Our partners include: the South African National and Provincial Departments of Health, the South African Medical Research Council, the Mozambique Ministry of Health; Universities of Cape Town, Pretoria, Eduardo Mondlane (Mozambique) and Zimbabwe, Regenstrief Institute, Management Sciences for Health (MSH), Praekelt Foundation, Ona Systems, BroadReach; Health Enabled; HISP-South Africa; Partners in Health and PLAN International.
In South Africa, Jembi is working with National and Provincial Departments of Health (NDOH and PDOH), non profits and private sector partners to improve interoperability of health information systems, including development of the the back end systems for the national scale MomConnect Initiative which provides informational messaging for pregnant women and mothers using mobile phones. The system has to date registered more than 3 million mothers.
Jembi is also part of the The AHIE consortium in South Africa, developed over the past three years in partnership with UCT-CIDER and other organisations, supporting the development and national scale-up of the South African unique health identifier (the Health Patient Registration System), developed and matured interoperability solutions to promote timely integration of data from existing HIV clinical systems such as TIER.Net and laboratory information systems, and supporting development of a consolidated data environment for all health data including for HIV and TB services.
In Mozambique, Jembi partners with the Universidade Eduardo Mondlane (UEM) and the national MoH to strengthen local capacity in the HIS and eHealth, in partnerships that span the public, private and academic sectors, through over 20 active projects, offices and a living lab in Maputo.
Jembi also works regionally in countries such as Rwanda, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Cameroon, South Sudan and Lesotho providing technical assistance and contributing to improving healthcare services and health systems by developing and implementing appropriate, custom-made HIS to address country needs.