For more than 35 years, Jhpiego has been innovating to save the lives of women and families in over 150 countries. We provide solutions to connect mothers with lifesaving services to improve the health of communities worldwide.Read more —
Over the years, Jhpiego has educated and collaborated with thousands of physicians, nurses, midwives and other health care professionals. Working at the frontlines of health care every day, the providers we've trained are on-the-ground representatives of our mission, serving as living proof of the sustainable work that we do.Read more —
In 1973, Dr. Gamal Serour attended Jhpiego's Geneva meeting on reproductive health. Weeks later, he found himself working alongside prominent physicians who helped launch Jhpiego, and on the course to improving maternal health worldwide.
Dr. Mohammad Bahar took skills gained from Jhpiego to strengthen the oldest maternity hospital in Indonesia.
Dr. Glen Mola puts his Jhpiego training into practice each day at Port Moresby General Hospital, Papua New Guinea.
For over a decade, Dr. Alice Mutungi has been using the skills she gained from Jhpiego-led trainings not only to develop curricula and teach and train health professionals in and around Nairobi, Kenya, but also to better care for her patients.
With the help of his Jhpiego-supported training, Dr. Apollo Karugaba is a leader in delivering family planning services to Ugandans to promote the health of mothers and newborns.
After attending a Jhpiego-supported workshop, Dr. Asha Advani singlehandedly kick-started a city-wide family planning the health care facilities of Mumbai, India.
Nurse and Jhpiego alumna Deedar Nawaz is helping improve the health of women and their families in her hometown of Chitra, Pakistan.
Rather than retire, nurse and Jhpiego alumna Ruth Alaka decided to remain at a health facility in rural Kenya and help strengthen and professionalize its services for women and families.