Managing Pain and Adding Comfort: A Day in Atupere Phiri’s Life
Maribel Perez is a community health worker in Chiapas, Mexico. She's fluent in Tzeltal and Mam, Mayan languages spoken by indigenous people living in her community.
Partners In Health in Peru understands the challenges pregnant women living with HIV face.
Ten staff members will hit the streets of New York City on November 1, 2015, to raise awareness about PIH’s work.
Rachel Namazongo, who lives with her mother and grandparents in Ligowe, Malawi, was never expected to live this long.
"I have improved my leadership skills and learned a lot about health. I can even do this for my own family of three children."
On the occasion of PIH/Rwanda's 10th anniversary, we asked five leaders to reflect on the changes they've seen.
Ndifanji Melia Namacha, 22, is completing her final year of medical school at the University of Malawi.
Chronic malnutrition affects 44 percent of children in rural Chiapas—a rate that is six times the national average in Mexico.