Operation Triple Zero Promotes Positive Action for Youth Living with HIV

Operation Triple Zero Promotes Positive Action for Youth Living with HIV

The adolescent stage of life is often associated with physical and emotional stresses, which can be even more challenging for adolescents living with HIV. Adolescents (ages 10–19) and young persons (ages 15–24) living with HIV (AYPLHIV) often have to contend with the fear and stigma associated with their diagnosis, often without adequate support from their

Jhpiego Strengthens Emergency Operation Centers in Nigeria

The Jhpiego-led RISE (Reaching Impact, Saturation, and Epidemic Control) consortium recently provided critical upgrades to Emergency Operations Centers (EOCs) in eight states across Nigeria, bolstering that government’s efforts to mitigate and contain the spread of COVID-19 in Africa’s most populous country. In June, U.S. Ambassador Mary Beth Leonard summed up the collective impact of the

Linking Chronic Conditions and Maternal Death

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Ever since she started working as a midwife in 2008, Patricia Nwadike knew it was vital that she have the skills necessary to stop severe bleeding after childbirth. Then, as now, the top direct cause of maternal death in Nigeria, and across all of sub-Saharan Africa, was postpartum hemorrhage. However, global data indicate that a