Using the Best Science to Save Lives
Although progress is being made, the HIV epidemic still devastates countless lives. In 2021, 1.5 million new HIV infections were reported, two-thirds of them in sub-Saharan Africa. Worldwide, tuberculosis—a preventable and treatable disease—was responsible for 1.6 million deaths.
We have strong solutions to improve people’s health so they can thrive, and we’re bringing these solutions close to the communities hardest hit by these diseases.
Since 2001, Jhpiego has supported HIV testing service programs in 34 countries, providing almost 15 million people with testing services, and linking nearly 525,000 people living with HIV to care and treatment services.
Make Way for Violet
As a volunteer health promoter, Violet spends her days out and about, explaining to men how voluntary medical male circumcision can help protect them from HIV infection.
How we make an impact
As a key partner in the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), Jhpiego works with ministries of health, defense force health systems, national AIDS programs, educational institutions, nongovernmental organizations, professional associations and faith- and community-based organizations to implement HIV testing, prevention and care and treatment programs.Learn more
Jhpiego works toward the global goal of eliminating TB by:
- Integrating TB prevention, care and treatment with all of our HIV programs in collaboration with ministries of health, national TB and HIV programs, educational institutions and nongovernmental organizations.
- Supporting efforts to eliminate TB in Lesotho through contact tracing, prompting linkages to care and facilitating uptake of TB preventive therapy, when relevant.
Help us transform futures
We know how to improve the lives of people living with infectious diseases like HIV, and how to ensure fewer people are infected in the future. With your support, we can save lives today and transform futures for generations to come.