5 Ways PIH Disrupted Global Health

Posted on Nov 30, 2021

Since 1987, PIH has been caring for some of the world’s most neglected patients and speaking truth to power—because we stubbornly believe a better world is possible.

PIH In Peru: 25 Years of Growth, Transformation

Posted on Jul 2, 2021

As Socios En Salud’s decades of care and service demonstrate, injustice has a cure. A better world is possible—a world where health care is not a privilege, but a human right.

PHOTOS: A Rural Health Center In Sierra Leone, Renewed

Posted on Jun 30, 2021

Sewafe is among six local health centers to receive comprehensive support from PIH over the past year, so that it is now a bustling facility providing quality care to an increasing number of patients in rural Sierra Leone.

Case Studies: How Connecting People With the Essentials is Crucial to Pandemic Response

Posted on Jun 3, 2021

Care resource specialists have filled a crucial health care gap by ensuring people have the social, material, and other support they need to stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, these specialists are also helping those hardest-hit gain greater access to life-saving vaccines.

Need to Know: Details on Biden's New Public Health Workforce Plan

Posted on May 14, 2021

The Biden Administration just announced a $7.4 billion investment in a public health workforce. Partners In Health applauds the decision to invest in our critical public health and community health workforces while we continue to battle the COVID-19 pandemic and the underlying inequities in the U.S. health system.

Vaccine Eligibility Does Not Guarantee Access 

Posted on Apr 29, 2021

Every  adult  in the United States is now eligible for COVID-19 vaccines -- a critical milestone.  As the nation races against a fourth wave of the virus and increasing spread of variants, vaccinating the entire population is as urgent as ever. But eligibility alone does not guarantee access.  

PIH Breaks Ground on Maternal Center of Excellence in Sierra Leone

Posted on Apr 23, 2021

The Maternal Center of Excellence in Sierra Leone has a significance that's bigger than a building. With its groundbreaking, more women and children will receive quality care in coming years, and an increasing number of clinicians will access specialized training to better care for patients.