Dr. Paul Farmer: Who Lives and Who Dies
Dr. Paul Farmer writes on the inequities of healthcare funding in "Who Lives and Who Dies," published February 5, 2015, in the London Review of Books.
PIH Responds to Malawi Floods with Mobile Clinic
Floods in Malawi have killed scores of people, displaced thousands, and destroyed crops. PIH's sister organization and the Ministry of Health took action, organizing a mobile clinic to distribute basic supplies and provide medical care.
Haiti’s Next Generation of Doctors Reflect
Two medical residents reflect on Haiti five years after the earthquake.
Recruiting Ebola Survivors in Sierra Leone
Ebola survivors and Partners In Health employees Emoze Kallon and Mohamed Nao ride through Freetown, Sierra Leone, to recruit other survivors to work with PIH's Ebola response team. PIH has hired more than 400 Ebola survivors across Sierra Leone and Liberia to date, and is working daily to stop the spread of the virus while building strong health systems that prevent against future epidemics. Learn more about our work in West Africa.
Post-Earthquake Haiti: ‘Always there is Opportunity’
Dr. Ralph Ternier is director of community care and support at Zanmi Lasante, Partners In Health’s sister organization in Haiti. He reflects on his experiences during the country’s earthquake in 2010—and the five years since.
Haiti: Rehab Helps Patients Regain Independence
Partners In Health's rehab program at University Hospital in Haiti has expanded since the 2010 earthquake, helping hundreds of people with physical disabilities and other diagnoses.