For Dr. Mary Rose Giattas, Eliminating Cervical Cancer in Tanzania is Personal

Cervical cancer is the deadliest cancer for women in Tanzania. As Jhpiego’s women’s cancer expert in the country, Dr. Mary Rose Giattas is working to change that. In recognition of World HPV Day (March 4), Jhpiego’s Katherine Seaton talked with Dr. Giattas about why Jhpiego’s approach to cervical cancer prevention, screening and treatment has worked

Noticing Needs of Undernourished Children  

At 21 months, Neema is the picture of health, bright-eyed and toddling around her family’s home.  She plays hide and seek with her two older sisters and laughs with glee. It’s a relief to her mother, who just three months ago, sat with her very sick daughter in the local hospital, trying to comfort the

Integrated Malaria Dashboard Enhances Data Use for Decision-Making

Digital dashboard in Zanzibar

Abdallah Hamisi noticed a troubling trend at Raha Leo health center in Zanzibar, where he has been a laboratory technician for nine years. He is responsible for identifying the presence of malaria infection in patient blood samples and providing that information to health care providers so they can decide what treatment to offer to help