Jhpiego promotes vaccination efforts across three continents.
JHU Hosts a Real-Time Map of COVID-19’s Global Spread
We are a proven leader in training vaccinators, community health workers and others supporting vaccination efforts and ensuring quality at vaccination sites to promote vaccine confidence. That’s why our teams are at the forefront of vaccine planning, introduction and scale-up in more than 30 countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America, in partnership with governments and donors.Read about our vaccine work
Jhpiego’s COVID-19 Technical Resources
Reaching Impact, Saturation and Epidemic Control (RISE)
COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Capabilities
Operational Guidance for Continuity of Essential Services Impacted by COVID-19
New personal protective equipment resource for health care workers
Key considerations for intrapartum care in the context of COVID-19
Training Package for Supervisors and Managers of COVID-19 Case Investigation
Contact Tracing Programs and Training Package for Covid-19 Case Investigation and Contact Tracers
Ensuring Quality Family Planning Services during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Technical resources for IPC and outbreak response
The Baltimore Health Corps, Jhpiego’s first ever US-based COVID-19 prevention project, has achieved its initial goal of establishing a network of contact tracers to identify coronavirus cases, help prevent the spread of the disease and link those affected to services, a new analysis shows. Jhpiego is a key member of the BHC public-private partnership that is led by the Baltimore City Health Department with support from The Rockefeller Foundation, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and other key stakeholders.Read the Press Release
“It is satisfying to see that the Baltimore Health Corps team reached our goal of hiring those displaced by the pandemic in a racially equitable way, while increasing the city’s capacity to respond to the health crisis. We need to continue to prioritize racial equity in our response to COVID-19, as well as demonstrate flexibility as the pandemic evolves.”Otis Rolley III, The Rockefeller Foundation Senior Vice President, U.S. Equity and Opportunity Initiative.
Meet four contact tracers working in the Baltimore Health Corps
For the first time in our 46-year history, Jhpiego is serving in our own hometown, working with and on behalf of Baltimoreans, sharing lessons learned around the globe about contact tracing. We’re pleased to introduce Cheryl, Denisha, Joshua and Olivia, four of the 150-plus contact tracers we helped to train using materials we co-developed.Learn about Jhpiego trained COVID-19 contact tracers
Nurses on the frontlines
A New Nurse, a New Virus
Busy, bold and brave, this India nurse maintains her cool—and carries a mic—while combatting COVID-19.
Mozambique Prepares for COVID-19
Nurse Marieta Utui is among 103 health care workers mobilized in early April to respond to COVID-19.
Raising awareness, dispelling myths
Nurse Ranita Maibam works double duty in India’s fight against COVID-19, as a nurse and a mother.