JHPIEGO WAS FOUNDED
JHU’s Dr. Theodore M. King received a grant to educate health providers from low- and middle-income countries on advancements in reproductive health technology, an effort that birthed Jhpiego.
FIRST IN-COUNTRY TRAINING PROGRAMS BEGIN
Start of first in-country training programs in Tunisia, Brazil, Kenya, Nigeria, Thailand and the Philippines.
FOCUS ON HEALTH PROVIDERS
Increases emphasis on nurses/midwives and education of students in health professions.
BEGINS WORK ON MALARIA
Begins work on malaria in pregnancy, projects in Kenya and Burkina Faso.
PARTNERSHIPS FOR INNOVATION
With institutions and corporations, Jhpiego’s innovations advanced new paradigms for global health—from improved PPE, to hands-on training models and new cryotherapy techniques.
REACHES 5 MILLION MEN WITH VMMC
More than 5 million men and youth across sub-Saharan Africa have reduced their lifetime risk of HIV infection.