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.
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.
Prenatal checkups, education and care led by her community health worker helped Eliza Kazembe safely give birth to her first child, Prince Chimpaka.
Dr. Sheila Davis reflects on WHO's decision to name 2020 the Year of the Nurse and Midwife, and why it matters for the future of global health.
Partners In Health supported the care of more than 4,000 cancer patients in 2019, through programs in many of the 11 countries where we work. Here's a look at the services and support offered by three of those programs, in Malawi, Mexico, and the Navajo Nation.
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.
Midwives are the backbone of maternal health care programs across Partners In Health, and are often expectant mothers' most trusted companions.
PIH's medical education program in Liberia helps doctors and nurses obtain specialized skills in rural facilities in the southeast region of the country.
Zanmi Beni was founded as a home for 38 abandoned or orphaned children following the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti, and today is home to 65 children who have found family in each other.