Partners In Health

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Cancer & Chronic Diseases

Noncommunicable diseases lead to more deaths globally than all other causes combined—striking hardest among poor people. PIH recognizes that effective health care treats the whole person, not just one disease.

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Child Health

Every year we provide free, comprehensive medical care to hundreds of thousands of children.

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Cholera

We continue to treat patients, run public education and prevention campaigns, and partner with others to control cholera.

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Community Health Workers

For nearly three decades, PIH has hired and trained community health workers to help patients overcome obstacles to health care.

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Ebola

We’re working with partners in Liberia and Sierra Leone to treat patients affected by Ebola, train community health workers, and deliver quality care.

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HIV/AIDS

In 1998, PIH launched one of the first programs in the world to provide free, comprehensive HIV/AIDS treatment.

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Mental Health

Partners In Health works to train care providers to treat mental disorders with safe, effective, and culturally sound programs that can be adapted for use around the world.

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Nursing

Nurses comprise a large majority of the global health care workforce and deliver the bulk of all health care services.

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Surgery

Surgical care plays an essential role in strengthening health systems in resource-poor settings around the world.

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Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis is a common—and in many cases lethal—infectious disease. It continues to kill 4,000 people every day, nearly all of them in developing countries.

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Maternal Health

PIH works to improve the health of women across their lifetimes, including in pregnancy and childbirth.

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