Photos from a recent visit to Navajo Nation, where the Community Outreach and Patient Empowerment (COPE) Project brings care to those who need it most.
Blood, Sweat and Gears: A 4,000 Mile Bike Ride Raises AIDS Awareness
Meet the seven women who pedaled 4,000 miles across the United States to support Partners In Health.
‘You Have TB’: Melissa Sanchez’s Story
“You have tuberculosis” were the words that changed my life forever.
Dr. Paul Farmer Discusses Ebola Outbreak with PRI’s The World
“Building those systems takes significant investment, and of course, many of us have long argued that not building them is far more costly,” Farmer told The World
4 Charts to Better Understand MDR-TB in Russia
A look at how patient-centered interventions have helped combat MDR-TB in Tomsk, Russia.
Community Health Worker Program Expands in Mexico
PIH Mexico is expanding its community health worker program to serve more communities—and studying the results.
A New Health Clinic for an Overlooked Community in Rwanda
The Nyamicucu Health Post is our latest contribution to a long-overlooked community in Rwanda, and it’s one we’re especially proud of.
New Maternity Ward Expands Quality Care for Mothers in Eastern Rwanda
“We help around seven women deliver every day, and sometimes we get over 200 women in a month. Now, we can accommodate more pregnant women, and get midwives to provide the best health care to women giving birth,” said Grace Dusabe, head nurse of the maternity ward.