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  • Women in Rwanda walk for miles, and often days, to reach a maternal and child health clinic in Nemba.
  • With the help of Jhpiego and partners, Rwandan health providers offer antenatal care services to pregnant women to help reduce maternal and newborn deaths.
  • Jhpiego CEO Leslie Mancuso and Vice President Dr. Alain Damiba check in on a young patient at the Nemba health clinic.
  • Care of mothers and children include nutritional feeding and wellness checks.
  • Health providers counsel mothers on proper nutrition, malaria prevention and treatment for diarrhea for their children.
  • Jhpiego has helped train 800 community health workers in Rwanda; the workers visit homes to provide family planning counseling and to check on children’s health needs.
  • Reducing maternal and newborn deaths is the goal of Rwanda’s efforts and Jhpiego is helping Rwandans pave the way.

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  • Women in Rwanda walk for miles, and often days, to reach a health clinic.
  • With support from USAID, Jhpiego and partners, Rwandan health providers offer antenatal care services to pregnant women to help reduce maternal and newborn deaths.
  • Jhpiego CEO Leslie Mancuso and Vice President Dr. Alain Damiba look in on a young patient at the Nemba health clinic.
  • Improved health services for mothers and children include nutritional feeding and wellness checks.
  • USAID's Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program, which Jhpiego leads, is focused on improving malaria prevention and treatment services for women and families.
  • More than 800 community health workers in Rwanda have been trained by Jhpiego, with support from USAID.
  • Reducing maternal and newborn deaths is the goal of Rwanda’s efforts and Jhpiego, supported by USAID, is helping Rwandans pave the way.