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What Drives Us
“The idea that some lives matter less is the root of all that is wrong with the world.” - Dr. Paul Farmer, PIH co-founder
Right to Health
We believe that everyone has the inalienable right to be healthy and to fulfill their potential.
We stand in solidarity with those living at the margins of society as a result of centuries of oppression and work together to cure systemic injustice.
We walk shoulder-to-shoulder with our patients—our true bosses—and support them through any means possible, for as long as it takes.
We recognize that real progress comes through strong partnerships and align with our patients, colleagues, and public and private partners to make the impossible, possible.
Latest News and Stories
Three Haitian Nurses Among Cohort Chosen for Executive Fellowship
It was a typical morning for Gretta Joseph, deputy chief nursing officer at University Hospital of Mirebalais in Haiti. She was still at home, going through her work email and getting a sense of her schedule for the day at the hospital, when she noticed the congratulatory message informing her she had been accepted to Partners In Health’s Global Nurse Executive Fellowship. She let out a celebratory scream, alarming her husband who rushed into the room. Soon he was joining her celebration; he knew how much she had wanted this.
Mothers Caring For Mothers: Delivering Maternal Care In Chiapas, Mexico
In Chiapas, Mexico, PIH hires and trains community health workers to provide care across a range of clinical areas, including maternal health.
With your support, Partners In Health delivers health care to the world’s most impoverished places, partnering with local governments to bring about global change. Last year, we provided:
1.6 million outpatient visits in our clinics.
1 million women’s health checkups around the world.
Over 800,000 home visits conducted by community health workers.