Former president George W. Bush and wife Laura visited a health facility supported by Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon and Jhpiego and talked to women who have benefited from a screen-and-treat approach to prevent cervical cancer.
Jhpiego has been working in Botswana since 2006, and is currently implementing five projects in the country with support from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon, the U.S. Department of Defense and Emory University through the Taskforce on Globa
Molepolole, Botswana—A group of men in blue cotton work uniforms with reflective, lime green stripes and baseball caps arrived at the outpatient clinic of Scottish Livingstone Hospital (SLH) in Molepolole, Kweneng East District. They were the first of 25 men who came to the clinic for
By Amon Marwiro | Contributors: Adrian Musiige, Tracey Shissler and Galina Stolarsky
Kopong, Botswana–Teacher Mothusi Joseph Kgomo wasn’t alone when he visited one of Jhpiego’s voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) sites on a warm day in October last year. Instead, he led a group of his adolescent male students from Standard 7 Primary School to the Kopong Health
A Jhpiego-supported campaign to help prevent HIV/AIDS in Botswana has introduced a safe, effective method to scale up voluntary medical male circumcision and has performed more than 600 procedures for members of the armed forces.