Food, Water, Housing
PIH CEO Dr. Sheila Davis comments on nursing during the COVID-19 pandemic and the lessons she learned from colleagues who've battled epidemics around the world--from Ebola and cholera, to HIV and multidrug-resistant tuberculosis.
Climate change and natural disasters have direct, devastating impacts on the health and well-being of the most vulnerable, and PIH has been there in moments of crisis to deliver care.
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.
Earth Day and COVID-19 are powerful reminders that social justice issues are interdependent and require global collaboration.
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.
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's co-founder and chief strategist emphasizes that care for COVID-19 patients also must include food, supplies, and safe shelter through "expert mercy."
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.
Dr. Megan Murray, PIH's director of research and an epidemiologist and infectious disease expert, provides answers to frequently asked questions about the novel coronavirus.
CEO Dr. Sheila Davis provides an update on how PIH is monitoring the novel coronavirus, while planning for a swift clinical response for patients around the world.