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.
Well before his second birthday, Ernesto Roblero’s parents began seeing signs that their infant son was struggling with significant difficulties. But they didn’t know the cause.
A world-class lab in Haiti, new diagnostic and microbiology equipment, multilingual clinical trials, and carrying lab samples down mountains were among many topics at the annual workshop.
Our 2018 Annual Report serves as a record of last year's accomplishments—and as a thank you to all of our invaluable partners who make this lifesaving work possible.
Alejandra Catalina Ramirez was elated to learn she was pregnant with twins. When she went into labor two months early, PIH clinicians and colleagues in the Ministry of Health swung into action in a race to save the three patients' lives.
Staff in Mexico reported no damage or injuries at 10 rural clinics and a maternal waiting home, following the country’s second quake in two weeks.
PIH staff assessed damage from the 8.1-magnitude earthquake that rocked Mexico last week and shared stories of crumbling houses, mudslides, and an emergency birth.
Late Thursday night, an 8.1 earthquake struck off the coast of Chiapas, Mexico, where PIH supports 10 rural clinics.
The first group of trained community health workers in Compañeros En Salud, PIH’s new project in Chiapas, Mexico, is providing medical and social support -- and bridging the gap between the clinic and the community.
In Mexico, PIH staff hold daylong event, see at least 120 people from region's rural mountain villages.