Baltimore, Md. (July 12, 2016) – More than 2 million men and youth across sub-Saharan Africa have reduced their lifetime risk of HIV infection by accessing Jhpiego-supported voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) services. This milestone—including more than 1 million procedures pe
Two employees of Jhpiego, a global health affiliate of Johns Hopkins University, are safe and awaiting their return home following terrorist attacks Tuesday morning in Brussels that killed 31 people and injured dozens.
Baltimore, Maryland (August 25, 2015)—The partnership of Jhpiego, a nonprofit global health affiliate of Johns Hopkins University, and the Johns Hopkins Center for Bioengineering Innovation & Design (CBID) has been selected as a finalist for the 2015 INDEX: Award for its des
Baltimore, Maryland (June 2, 2015)—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 Imple
Baltimore, Md. (May 13, 2015)—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.
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.
Monrovia, Liberia – Health care providers in 264 health facilities throughout Liberia will receive updated skills training in infection prevention and control (IPC) practices under a new workplace safety project awarded to Jhpiego. This initiative is designed to strengthen health serv
Baltimore, MD (Nov. 7, 2014)—Committed to preventing the spread of Ebola Virus Disease in West Africa, Jhpiego, an international health non-profit and Johns Hopkins University affiliate, is bringing together health officials and clinicians from across the region to Ghana for specializ
Baltimore, MD—A weekend design challenge at Johns Hopkins University (JHU) to develop new protective gear for health workers fighting Ebola drew students, faculty and clinicians from across JHU and beyond and $25,000 in state seed grants to support further development of the best idea