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"The idea that some lives matter less is the root of all that is wrong with the world."

- Dr. Paul Farmer, co-founder

What We Are Fighting For

Everyone should have access to quality health care.
But for millions around the world, that’s not the reality.

What Drives Us

WHY
WE DO THE WORK

Partners In Health is a social justice organization driven by the uncompromising belief that everyone, especially those most in need, deserves the right to health care.

HOW
WE DO IT

Partners In Health treats patients and trains the next generation of local health care workers in some of the most remote and marginalized communities around the world. We then use what we’ve learned at the grassroots level to influence global health policy so that our model of innovative care can be replicated all around the world.

OUR
UNIQUE
APPROACH

We partner with local governments and make open-ended commitments to countries to help them build strong public health systems. We don’t accept “no” for an answer, and know—emotionally and empirically—that the world’s injustices have cures.

No matter who they are or where they’re from, everyone deserves a fighting chance at life.

How We Cure Injustices

Our Impact

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:

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