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

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

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