Eliminating Cervical Cancer in Namibia

Eliminating Cervical Cancer in Namibia

Namibia

Women living near the Otjimuhaka Clinic in the Kunene region of Namibia would have to travel 93 miles (150 km) along a gravel road to reach a health facility that provided cervical cancer prevention and treatment services. But not anymore. Today, with support from Jhpiego, a visiting nurse at the two-room clinic screens women for

HIV and HIV Testing, Care & Treatment, Prevention

Jhpiego, Malawi.

Lifesaving Care Delivered in the Community For more than 15 years, we have worked to reduce the global burden of HIV by testing people for HIV, circumcising males to reduce their chance of getting HIV, and supporting people on treatment. With an estimated 36.7 million people living with HIV worldwide, this work is more essential

Our Approach to Digital Health

two government workers entering information using a cellphone and a tablet.

Increasing Our Impact Digital health is integral to our approach to designing innovative, effective and low-cost health care solutions to elevate quality of care. These solutions increase the impact of our work in strengthening health care systems and developing local human capacity to save lives and improve the health of women and their families. We identify six