Mery faces a daily challenge — how not to join the 1,000 young women diagnosed with HIV each day. The Sauti Project in Tanzania is supporting her decision to stay healthy with prevention services and more.
Alex Abuk, Jhpiego's HIV Advisor in Juba, maintains service delivery throughout turbulent times. While civil unrest roiled the country, Alex made sure that clients in five health facilities supported by Jhpiego had antiretrovirals.
Baltimore, Md. (July 12, 2016) – More than 2 million men and youth across sub-Saharan Africa have reduced their lifetime risk of HIV infection by accessing Jhpiego-supported voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) services. This milestone—including more than 1 million procedures pe
In 2014, tuberculosis overtook AIDS as the leading infectious disease killer worldwide with 9.6 million people becoming ill and 1.5 million dying of TB. TB remains the leading killer among people living with HIV. Ending the TB epidemic by 2030 is one of the health targets of the newly
Njombe, Tanzania—Tumpe Chaula, the mother of a 9-year-old daughter, noticed the tents down the street from the bar where she works. A team of community health workers were offering free health services there, including HIV counseling and testing and family planning, as well as screeni
How a Jhpiego-supported project is linking HIV-positive people to care and treatment in reaching the UNAIDS goal of 90-90-90 Nkhoma, Malawi—About a year ago, Dilore became increasingly concerned about the health of her husband. He would have malaria one week, diarrhea the next—and fal