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Ambassador Power: The U.N. Must Act in Haiti

In a letter to Ambassador Samantha Power, CEO Dr. Gary Gottlieb urges the U.N. to fund a plan to eliminate cholera from Haiti. Read More ▸

Dr. Louise Ivers Responds in Washington Post

"If the U.N. follows words with financing, it will be taking very strong steps toward making amends to a country whose people it has harmed," writes Ivers. Read More ▸

PIH’s Response to Cholera in Haiti

Last week, the U.N. acknowledged its role in the 2010 outbreak of cholera in Haiti. They plan to present a response plan in two months—but people are dying now. You can help. Read More ▸

The Stories Behind the Photos

In honor of World Photo Day on August 19, we asked PIH staffers to tell the stories behind the photos they’ve taken at our sites around the world. Read More ▸

Life as the Only Doctor Atop Mexico’s Sierra Madre

Within Dr. Martha Arrieta's first two months in the remote community of Monterrey, Chiapas, she set a dislocated elbow, helped deliver a baby, and patched up car accident victims while providing day-to-day care. This is her story. Read More ▸

Woodworkers Craft Sustainable Futures

Three Liberian carpenters are helping to build lasting health care in Liberia. Read More ▸

Dr. Paul Farmer: We Can’t Ignore Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis is still a major health threat across the globe. Read Dr. Paul Farmer's perspective in the latest issue of The Atlantic. Read More ▸

Model Mental Health Care in Rwanda

PIH's groundbreaking treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders in Rwanda works. Read More ▸

A Surgeon, a Student, a Salon Owner—and Tuberculosis

Three patients in Kazakhstan enroll in a revolutionary new project for treating multidrug-resistant tuberculosis. Read More ▸

Dr. Gary Gottlieb: We Must Deliver First-World Health Care to Women and Children

Dr. Gary Gottlieb, CEO of Partners In Health, affirms the U.S. Agency for International Development's focus on ending preventable child and maternal deaths. Read More ▸


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