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Personal Victories in a Safe House for Women in Peru

In July, Partners In Health established the first safe house for women living with schizophrenia in Lima. Read More ▸

Fighting TB: No More ‘Good Enough’

PIH responds to the World Health Organization's Global Tuberculosis Report 2015 Read More ▸

Père Eddy, Haiti’s Patron Saint of Mental Health

Eddy Eustache, or Père Eddy as he’s most often called, is a Catholic priest and psychologist who has worked with Partners In Health for the past decade, providing mental health care to those in need in Haiti and around the world. Read More ▸

Donate and You Could Win One of These Great Prizes—Each Signed by Dr. Paul Farmer

A drawing of Partners In Health T-shirts, books, and tote bags—signed by Dr. Paul Farmer—to support our team running the 2015 TCS New York City Marathon. Read More ▸

Studies Support Navajo Food Movement

Three studies underscore the need for a better food system in the Navajo Nation Read More ▸

Doctors Prescribe Better Groceries

COPE launches a healthy eating program—called the Fruit and Vegetable Prescription Program or FVRx, for short—in the Navajo Nation. Read More ▸

Partners In Health Celebrates 10 Years in Rwanda

Listen as Ophelia Dahl, chair of Partners In Health’s board and former executive director, tells the story of PIH’s involvement in Rwanda and some of its successes over the last decade. PIH and its sister organization, Inshuti Mu Buzima, work in partnership with Rwanda’s Ministry of Health.

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Managing Pain and Adding Comfort: A Day in Atupere Phiri’s Life

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Trilingual Community Health Worker Bridges Gap to Care in Mexico

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. Read More ▸

‘Guardian Angels’ for Pregnant Women with HIV

Partners In Health in Peru understands the challenges pregnant women living with HIV face. Read More ▸


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