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Health workers walk to the homes of Ebola survivors in Freetown, Sierra Leone, to listen to their stories and recruit them to help fight Ebola.

(Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

Adelaida Lopez visits 60-year-old Elena Perez Roblero to encourage her to take her diabetes medication. Adelaida travels daily to see patients in Chiapas, Mexico.

(Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

Nurse Anatole Dusengimana (left) begins his return journey after visiting a patient in Burera District, Rwanda. The patient and her family escort him part of the way home.

(Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health)

In Crystal, New Mexico, Rebecca Tsosie visits 79-year-old Betty McCurtain, who suffers from diabetes. PIH is helping 8,000 Navajo receive high-quality care in their homes.

(Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

Inela Espinoza Cadenas works with young children at risk of developmental delays. She visits mother Karina Manihuari at her home on the outskirts of Lima, Peru, to teach developmental activities Karina can use with her daughter, Zamanta.

(Photo by Raúl Silverio Carbajal / Socios En Salud)

Alice Nyirimana (right) and other health workers visit patient Mukamugema to ensure she has employment, housing, and schooling support for her children—other essential parts of helping her get well.

(Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health)

Musa Sillah dons personal protective equipment in an Ebola treatment unit in Sierra Leone. Musa is a psychiatric nurse who visits villages to help people cope with the trauma of losing loved ones to Ebola.

(Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

Sergey Goryunov works with PIH to deliver medication to tuberculosis patients in Tomsk, Russia. He and other staff members meet patients wherever they are, no matter how cold the temperature or how challenging the path.

(Photo by Elena Devyashina for Partners In Health)

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