In Mexico, Empowering Mothers During Childbirth
Casa Materna has helped more than 821 women give birth safely and provided more than 10,000 prenatal consultations.
Q&A: Addressing Nursing Shortage Through Education, Research in Liberia
Like many countries around the globe, Liberia has a shortage of nurses and midwives. In an effort to address this, Partners In Health (PIH) Liberia created the Nursing Center of Excellence in 2019 to recruit more health care professionals, while also providing high-quality training and research opportunities.
EndTB Clinical Trial Enrolls 750 Patients
PIH is among the organizations leading the clinical trial, which spans four continents.
"Breast Cancer is Not a Death Sentence"
Diane Mukawera was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2013 and shares her story of survival to inspire other women in Rwanda to perform regular self-examinations and seek early care, like what she received at Butaro District Hospital.
Working In Global Health: Justin Mendoza
PIHer reflects on career in advocacy, social justice
Research: Innovative Program Saves At-Risk Newborns In Rwanda
In Rwanda, All Babies Count reduced neonatal deaths by 35% in rural districts.
Working In Global Health: Tiffany Treviño
PIHer reflects on her passion for public health, journey to PIH
In Liberia, Nurses Learn How to Manage Delirium in Patients
Mental disturbances from delirium are usually temporary, but they can be life-threatening—which is why it’s critical to recognize and diagnosis the condition. At PIH-supported J.J. Dossen Memorial Hospital, 16 nurses recently received delirium and agitation training and are now equipped to provide better care to patients.
Partners In Health Formalizes Long-Term Commitment to Health Equity Work in United States
What began as a time-bound initiative in response to a spiraling public health crisis has now catalyzed a long-term commitment to reimagining community health systems in the U.S. -- a fundamental component of PIH’s global mission to realizing health as a human right.
In Sierra Leone, 13-Year-Old Girl Recovers from TB Meningitis
It took a team of PIH clinicians, nurses, and lab technicians and a cross-country search for a CT scan to ensure one 13-year-old girl received an accurate diagnosis and lifesaving care for TB meningitis in Sierra Leone.