As health services coordinator, the 2019 alum is providing mental and physical checkups for the nearly 100 staff, students, and faculty living on the university’s campus in northern Rwanda.
As Liberians celebrate Mother’s Day throughout May, on different dates according to different religious leaders and churches, one new mother in particular is thankful for her first child and newfound joy.
Nurse Midwife Isata Dumbuya shares the latest about the intersection of a longstanding epidemic—maternal mortality—and the new pandemic of COVID-19, and the measures PIH is taking to fight even harder to protect women and infants in Sierra Leone.
The expansion will greatly improve Pleebo's capacity to meet emergency needs and provide care in areas ranging from hypertension and diabetes to maternal and child health.
A COPE program called Water is K'é, or Water is Kinship, is reminding residents to choose water over high-sugar beverages and helping families connect to traditional values.
PIH co-founders educated and entertained a Reddit audience while fielding questions on COVID-19. strong health systems, prevention, and pragmatic solidarity.
Access to clean water and sanitation can play a major role in ensuring children remain healthy enough to remain in school and lead productive lives, escaping the grip of extreme poverty.
At Wellbody Clinic in Kono District, the OpenMRS system is replacing overflowing shelves of paper records, giving clinicians much better access to information and improving care for patients.
In recognition of World Cancer Day on Feb. 4, Dr. Cyprien Shyirambere talked about what's new at Butaro District Hospital's Cancer Center of Excellence, and how global action is needed to truly achieve universal coverage.
In a Q and A for World Cancer Day, Feb. 4, Prof. Abebe Bekele describes how the University of Global Health Equity in northern Rwanda provides cancer education that includes prevention measures and social determinants, as well as diagnosis and treatment.