Loune Viaud, executive director of Zanmi Lasante--as Partners In Health is known in Haiti, reflects on Jan. 12, 2010, and how she has lead her team to respond in the weeks, months, and years that followed Haiti's devastating earthquake.
Mental Health & Psychosocial Support
19 snapshots of how PIH brings justice to health care around the world
Follow along with a dynamic clinical team from PIH Sierra Leone as they travel hours to a rural community to talk about the physical and mental health care available in Kono District.
Dr. Sheila Davis, who ran PIH's Ebola response in West Africa five years ago, reflects on the progress made helping to rebuild health systems in Liberia and Sierra Leone.
Five newly trained community health workers comment on why they feel fulfilled by connecting their neighbors, friends, and family to mental health care through clinics in rural Chiapas, Mexico.
An innovative homeless outreach program in Liberia helps people connect with mental health care by building trust through the provision of basic needs.
Oldine Deshommes, a social worker at University Hospital in Mirebalais, Haiti, talks about the barriers breast cancer patients face in accessing care, their concerns, and what she has learned from them over time.
Education, shared experiences, and reduced stigma are changing the lives of more than 600 members of mental health groups meeting at PIH-supported health centers in Burera District.
A study revealed that a widely used depression screening tool proved highly effective in identifying patients needing care in rural communities supported by Partners In Health in Mexico.
Bobby Togar, 42, thought his arrival at the TB annex in Monrovia, Liberia, meant his imminent death. He'd been there before, and had little hope for survival. But this time, he found hope--and a path forward--through the clinicians he met.