259,336 doctors, nurses, midwives, community volunteers and other health leaders were trained by Jhpiego to save lives and strengthen health systems.
Over 1.6 million people now know their HIV status and were counseled on their results—300,000 of whom are on lifesaving treatment.
Over 12 million men and women are using a method to prevent pregnancy or plan their families by choice and not by chance.
1.7 million women gave birth with a skilled health care provider, which is the primary way to help make sure mom and baby stay alive and healthy.
Over 20,000 newborns took their first breath because a health worker had the skills and confidence to successfully resuscitate them.
1.4 million pregnant women received lifesaving medication through our programs to keep them and their baby safe from malaria.