Preventing HIV amid the Pandemic

Preventing HIV amid the Pandemic

HIV Awareness

Cape Town, South Africa – Nurse Nomajama Nomnganga dons the gloves and apron she’ll wear during the first circumcision surgery of the day. On the other side of the surgical bed, Nokuzola Dyonase, also a professional nurse trained to do minor surgery, arranges sterile forceps, needles and gauze. For this pair of nurses at Jhpiego’s

Jhpiego Delivers Hope, Safeguards Health in South Africa During Pandemic

Nurse in South Africa

Jhpiego mobilizer Lindokuhle Hlongwane and his team pull their Kombi van to a stop on the road just outside a client’s home in Rockdale, a village in uThukela District in KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa, to drop off medication. Being careful to maintain a social distance, Lindokuhle gives his client, who is living with HIV, her refill of

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