Jhpiego’s Programs and Successes Malaria Prevention and Treatment Resources: Jhpiego’s Elaine Roman’s blog on the impact of malaria as the world focuses on another mosquito-borne disease. CEO Leslie Mancuso’s World Malaria Day commentary in the Huffington Post.
Three miles and two mountains away from the Mataba Health Center lives a family whose remote locale proves just how far health care workers in Rwanda will go to find a case of malaria. Sitting in his unlit house, a cow mooing in the background and rain pounding on the roof, Fabien Nse
Ndengelwa, Kenya—Sarah Naisambu was depressed. After experiencing two miscarriages, the young mother blamed herself for not seeking out antenatal care (ANC) services early in both pregnancies—thereby missing out on comprehensive health services and support tailored to meet the needs o
After a hiatus from its original support to Liberia’s national family planning program in the 1980s, Jhpiego began working there again in 2008, providing technical assistance to John Snow Research & Training Institute, Inc., under the Rebuilding Basic Health Services Project, fund
With funding from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and others, Jhpiego has worked in Ghana for two decades to support the Government of Ghana’s capacity to improve the health of women and their families. Currently, Jhpiego is implementing the following programs in
Jhpiego has been working in Nigeria since the late 1970s, initially to strengthen pre-service education in medical and nursing colleges and to update knowledge and skills of health workers. Most recently, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) funded Jhpiego under its M
Jhpiego began working in partnership with the Tanzania Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MOHSW) in 1999, initially with funding from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to provide technical assistance to develop Essential Maternal and Neonatal Health Guidelines.
Jhpiego has actively collaborated with the Ministry of Health in Burkina Faso since 1996, implementing programs in the areas of family planning, postabortion care, maternal health and malaria in pregnancy. Currently, Jhpiego is implementing the following programs: Improving malaria ca
After supporting family planning efforts in Rwanda in the 1980s, Jhpiego began working there again in 2004, assisting the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to prevent and control malaria in pregnancy. Currently, Jhpiego supports the MOH in Rwanda through three programs
Jhpiego has been working in Mozambique since early 2004, initially on prevention of medical transmission of HIV/AIDS in hospitals under the University Technical Assistance Project (UTAP), funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) through the U.S. President’s Emerg