Dr. Vikas Kaushal knew he wasn’t cut out for a desk job. He also knew he’d found his place when he started working for Jhpiego in community medicine—a specialty that allows him to have a positive impact on large numbers of people.
Happy as he was to join Jhpiego and settle down to
It was a safe delivery, but this newborn didn’t let out a cry. Nurse Sarika moved swiftly, using her skills to ensure he took his first breath in “the golden minute.” Today, Mantosh Singh’s son is healthy and happy.
“If there is no quality what is our work then!” states Ms. Subha Jha, RMNCH+A Counselor at the Sherghati Sub-Divisional Hospital (SDH), a facility that has vowed to put quality at the forefront in the provision of family planning services.
Dibyashree Behara wanted to become a nurse so she could help the people in her rural village in eastern Indian. A new online application process for nursing schools in Odisha state supported by Jhpiego has helped make her dream come true.
A known face at Allahabad’s busy District Women’s Hospital – a hospital that caters to about 400 clients per day and 350 births per month—is that of the hospital gynecologist, Dr. Sharmeen Ahmed. She is also a state master trainer for postpartum IUCD (PPICUD) services and has trained
Lucknow, India—The delivery was normal, the mother was fine, but her newborn son hadn’t cried yet. Sarita Pal, the nurse assisting with the birth, acted quickly. As the mother’s worried and expectant looks followed her, Pal scooped up the unresponsive baby, thoroughly dried him, immed
Gonda, India (July 2015) — Pavan Kumar lives with his wife Shashi and their two children — a 10-year-old girl and a 9-year-old boy — in Uttar Pradesh’s Gonda District. Gonda is a high-priority district for health interventions. In this community, Accredited Social Health Activists (AS
The Day of Birth Alliance, a unique partnership between Laerdal Global Health, Jhpiego, and the Johns Hopkins Center for Bioengineering Innovation & Design (CBID), aims to develop new tools and technologies to help frontline health workers provide integrated care for mothers and babie