Jhpiego first worked in Chad in the early 1990s, when it implemented a project, with funding from the U.S. Agency for International Development, to strengthen reproductive health pre-service education at the National School of Public Health and Social Services. Currently, Jhpiego work
N'Djamena, Chad—When the village of Dokaidilti in southern Chad nominated Pascal Djimandoh Mbaitoubaro to be a malaria prevention worker, the 58-year-old proudly accepted. He was honored and eager to help his neighbors. Mbaitoubaro knows too well the devastating effect the disease can
By Kodjo Morgah, Boniface Bonguirada and Oumarou Gamabe
Miandoum, Chad—Phanuelle Larebe, a seamstress, and Juliette Ndoumhorum, a shopkeeper, are working to keep their village in the Eastern Logone Region in Chad safe from malaria. They have seen the devastating impact of this disease on their neighbors and families.