PIH Opposes U.S. Legislation that Would Continue Expulsion of Asylum Seekers

Posted on May 15, 2023

The U.S. Public Health Emergency declaration for COVID-19 lifted last week, as did Title 42, an order used to prevent migrants from seeking asylum. PIH urges legislators to respect the rights of migrants and not support new racist and xenophobic bills that would make asylum difficult for families and children.

Remembering Dr. Paul Farmer, One Year Later

Posted on Feb 17, 2023

Dr. Paul Farmer unexpectedly passed away in Rwanda on February 21, 2022. In the weeks that followed, dozens of people wrote reflections, summarized here, about how his life touched theirs.

Why the Global Cholera Vaccine Shortage Goes Unnoticed Despite High Demand

Posted on Nov 29, 2022

Because cholera thrives in settings with limited clean water and sanitation infrastructure, those most impacted by the disease are the global poor and victims of natural disasters and war. Right now, the cholera vaccine is being rationed to make up for supply constraints.

5 Reasons PIH Earns Your Support

Posted on Nov 28, 2022

Find out why PIH has earned the trust of supporters who value our global health and social justice mission, commitment to optimism and action, and promise to accompany partners for as long as it takes to ensure their right to health.