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.
Gloria Igihozo was this year's recipient of a UGHE scholarship for students who demonstrated a clear commitment to advancing the status of women and serving the most vulnerable.
One Health Scholarship recipient Lisa Berwa will be one of 28 students to graduate Sunday from the northern Rwanda university. She said an integrated approach to health policies can "elevate the people you are serving."
Neno District health records from 2019 showed zero cases of sexual or gender-based violence. But no one working in health care in Neno believed that to be true.
While PIH remembers and celebrates the freeing of the last slaves in the United States, we reflect on the continuing struggle for equal civil rights and learn from Black activists and organizations at the forefront of the movement for racial justice.
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.