Dr. Joia Mukherjee, PIH's chief medical officer, received hearty applause following her impromptu call at the UN this week for wealthy nations to pay their fair share toward universal health coverage.
Development and Globalization
This timeline traces the history of Partners In Health, from its founding in rural Cange, Haiti, to its expansion to 10 countries around the world, where we fight to ensure everyone has access to high-quality care.
In time for the holidays, PIHers around the world recommend the books, podcasts, and films that motivate and enlighten them most.
True health care for all will require global solidarity and should not involve different sets of services for different countries, Dr. Jean Claude Mugunga writes in an op-ed this week, during the UN General Assembly.
PIH leaders discuss the importance of including the "missing billion," or people with disabilities, in conversations about universal health coverage at the U.N. General Assembly this week.
A new, PIH-led study urges global health policymakers and funders to take a long view when assessing projects, because initial data can mislead as improvements face growing pains.
Dr. Paul Farmer, PIH's co-founder and chief strategist, sat down with Chelsea Clinton to discuss global health equity on the Clinton Foundation's new podcast, "Why Am I Telling You This?"
Jonathan Lascher, executive director of PIH in Sierra Leone, writes for WBUR's Cognoscenti that strong health systems are a primary factor in determining a country's response to an Ebola outbreak.
Dr. Sheila Davis, currently the chief of clinical operations and chief nursing officer, was named CEO of Partners In Health, succeeding Dr. Gary Gottlieb.
Rwanda's health system has become a foundation for socioeconomic support and empowerment, and a vital piece of the country’s renewal.