When Dr. Ursin Bayisenge realized little was known about a tropical disease afflicting Rwanda farmers, and 4 million people worldwide, he set out to learn more.
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.
For Mother's Day, three future global health leaders at the northern Rwanda university share stories of tough decisions, and perseverance, amid the pandemic.
WASH--water, sanitation, and hygiene--is a key part of promoting good health and preventing the spread of infection, especially during a global pandemic like COVID-19.
PIH teams respond to questions about job eligibility, the hiring process, contact tracing, and more, regarding the new Community Tracing Collaborative.
PIH's infectious disease experts divide fact from fiction in this COVID-19 mythbuster, which also relies on trusted global health resources.
Three hours from Kigali, atop a remote hill hugging the Ugandan border, a small kitchen is having a big impact on agriculture and sustainability in the surrounding community.
Lessons can be drawn from the treatment of TB, the world's deadliest infectious disease, to confronting COVID-19.
PIH's cross-site mental health team provides a list of suggestions for how to maintain good mental and emotional health during social distancing practices as a result of response to COVID-19.
PIH co-founders educated and entertained a Reddit audience while fielding questions on COVID-19. strong health systems, prevention, and pragmatic solidarity.