PBS Features Partners In Health as an ‘Agent for Change’ in Rwanda
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A recent editorial from Dr. Fidel Rubagumya takes a look at the burden of cancer in Rwanda.
In a Washington Post op-ed, Dr. Paul Farmer advocates for access to hepatitis C drugs.
In the 2013 Shattuck Lecture, Partners In Health co-founder Dr. Paul Farmer argues that the true barrier to HIV treatment for poor people was a lack of funding, not the difficulty of delivering treatment. We look back at the HIV Equity Initiative in Haiti, which provided evidence for a model to make HIV treatment available to millions of people worldwide.
Ophelia Dahl, co-founder and executive director of Partners In Health, reflects on progress PIH has made bringing high-quality health care to rural Rwanda in collaboration with the Rwandan Ministry of Health. To learn more about our work in Rwanda, click here.
The poorest billion people suffered approximately 800,000 excess deaths in 2010 from noncommunicable diseases and injuries in those younger than 40. A new article in The Lancet lays out a plan to dramatically reduce that number.
In the prestigious Shattuck Lecture, Paul Farmer describes lessons learned from treating HIV and tuberculosis.
New textbook, co-edited by Dr. Paul Farmer, draws on case studies to illustrate an interdisciplinary approach to fulfilling the right to health.
PIH and the Rwandan Ministry of Health Celebrate the Opening of the Butaro Ambulatory Cancer Center.