A Letter from Leslie Mancuso, Jhpiego President and CEO Mothers and their daughters wait to be seen at a rural health clinic near Narok, Kenya. Connecting Girls, Inspiring Futures. That’s the theme of International Women’s Day 2012. At Jhpiego, we believe that a girl’
New Delhi, India — In its ongoing efforts to reduce maternal and newborn deaths, the Government of India has endorsed the use, nationally, of a Jhpiego-developed family planning learning resource package for health workers.
Jakarta, Indonesia – Jhpiego and partner organizations recently launched the Expanding Maternal and Neonatal Survival (EMAS) program to help strengthen health services and reduce maternal deaths in the populous Southeast Asian country. The five-year, $55 million program, funded by the
Dr. M. L. Jain, the Director of Reproductive Child Health in Rajasthan, has reaffirmed the state’s commitment to provide access to comprehensive family planning services to all women by promoting this life-saving intervention throughout the health system.
By Charles Wanga Muhimbili National Hospital Executive Director, Dr Marina Njelekela, receives USAID-donated infection prevention equipment and supplies from Jhpiego’s Natalie Hendler. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania — The Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) Program, a Jhpiego
GE Foundation has awarded $1.6 million to Jhpiego, a global health nonprofit and Johns Hopkins University affiliate, to support a “partnership for innovation” that will develop low-cost, lifesaving technologies that can transform health care for women and children in developing countr
Jhpiego, in partnership with the Indian Nursing Council, today begins a series of events to strengthen nursing and midwifery in India and build provider skills to benefit women and families throughout the country.
USAID chooses Jhpiego as the leader of a multi-year effort to develop simple, low-cost lifesaving technolgies for use in communities around the world. Jhpiego's partners in this exciting new venture include experts from Johns Hopkins University's engineering and medical institutions.
Morogoro, Tz.—The Cervical Cancer and Prevention Program (CECAP), a Jhpiego initiative funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under the Mothers and Infants, Safe, Healthy and Alive (MAISHA) Program in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Soci