Teruwork Gultie, Abraham Mengistu and Alena Skeels
Dangila, Ethiopia – Fernos Fente was in labor and in need of simultaneous surgeries—a highly unusual and highly risky scenario—when she was referred to Dangila Primary Hospital in northwest Ethiopia. She needed both a cesarean section and removal of a gangrenous blockage in her inte
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.
Dozens of women arrived outside of a tent in Musanze, Rwanda, for the chance to reclaim their lives. Many of the women were suffering with obstetric fistula, a childbirth-related injury that can result in incontinence and stench. Because of this, some had been living in obscurity; som