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Jhpiego Helps Reopen, Restock Maternity Ward in Haiti

Johns Hopkins’ Jhpiego affiliate helps reopen the maternity ward at the General Hospital, the largest hospital in Port-au-Prince.

Jhpiego team heads to Haiti

A team of health care workers from the Johns Hopkins child and maternal health organization Jhpiego will leave Baltimore for Haiti on Wednesday to supplement its six-person local staff there.

Jhpiego frontline health workers safe in Haiti

All six Haitian employees of Jhpiego, a Johns Hopkins global health organization that has worked in Haiti for 15 years, are alive and safe following this week’s devastating earthquake, the organization learned Friday.

Johns Hopkins sources for stories on the Haiti earthquake

For stories related to the earthquake in Haiti, consider the following sources from The Johns Hopkins University. Listed with each source is a brief description of his or her area of expertise.

Jhpiego Health Workers to Provide Relief Services in Haiti

Jhpiego, a Johns Hopkins affiliate with a 15-year history of working in maternal and newborn health, family planning and HIV counseling in Haiti, is ready to send a team to the earthquake-ravaged country to ensure immediate newborn and infant care, assist health care providers and help the government reestablish its health care system.