Key Findings from Jhpiego-Led Maternal and Newborn Health Programs in Prestigious Medical Journal

Key Findings from Jhpiego-Led Maternal and Newborn Health Programs in Prestigious Medical Journal

Young woman holding a baby.

Baltimore, MD—Findings from Jhpiego’s 20 years of experience leading maternal and newborn health programs have been published in the prestigious International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics (IJGO). The special supplement, “Advancing Implementation in Maternal and Newborn Health,” is a first in the 42-year history of  Jhpiego,a non-profit global health affiliate of Johns Hopkins University,and contains

Strengthening Health Care Workers’ Ebola Infection Prevention Skills in Guinea

Two health workers in protective clothing.

Baltimore, MD—Jhpiego, an international health non-profit and affiliate of Johns Hopkins University, and Alcoa Foundation today announced a new partnership to provide infectious disease preparedness training for health care workers in the Boké Region in western Guinea. The new, 4-month project will train 118 health care providers and provide supportive supervision and on-the-job mentoring in three health facilities in Boké Region that serve 207,000 Guineans. This partnership between Jhpiego and Alcoa Foundation will build on

First Lady of Mozambique Commends Health Facilities under MCHIP-Supported Model Maternities Initiative

A health worker examines a young child as his mother looks on.

Maputo, Mozambique (March 17, 2015)—Isaura Ferrão Nyusi, Mozambique’s First Lady and the country’s Minister of Health, marked International Women’s Day by recognizing two hospitals for providing quality maternal, newborn and child health services under a program supported by the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID’s) Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP). Quissico District Hospital