PIH Leaders Oppose Catastrophic U.S. Bill Blocking Asylum Seekers
Bipartisan bills in both the Senate and House would keep a restrictive immigration order in place indefinitely--claiming to be a measure toward COVID-19 prevention--and could have lasting, catastrophic impacts on the United States’ asylum system.
The Washington Post Highlights PIH’s Maternal Health Work in Sierra Leone
A recent multimedia feature follows the journey of Susan Lebbie, a 17-year-old expectant mother in Kono District, Sierra Leone.
Two Years Later: Reflections on COVID-19 and Mental Health
Now in the third year of the pandemic, Dr. Giuseppe (Bepi) Raviola, co-director of mental health, shares how PIH has developed a model for global mental health care, inspired by Co-Founder Dr. Paul Farmer, that remains resilient--now more than ever--in the time of COVID-19.
COVID-19 isn’t over. Variants are proof.
Variants show dangers of ignoring vaccine equity
How Dr. Paul Farmer Inspired, and Was Inspired by, Nurses
For Nurses Week, CEO Dr. Sheila Davis reflects on PIH Co-founder Dr. Paul Farmer's impact on the field of nursing and on her own career as a nurse and leader.
In Rwanda, Mother Gives Birth to Twins, Four Days Apart
PIH staff conduct delayed interval delivery, rare and complicated procedure
PIH Fellowship Cultivates Nurses As Leaders
Alumni reflect on Global Nurse Executive Fellowship
PIH Fellowship Welcomes Third Cohort of Nurses From Seven Countries
The latest group of nurses was welcomed to the yearlong program, which originally launched in 2017.
Providing Dignified Care For Mothers In Rural Mexico
PIH-supported birthing center in Chiapas continues to save lives
In Rural Sierra Leone, Quality Care Closer to Home
PIH and its Ministry of Health partners renovated Kombayendeh Community Health Center, previously one of the most direly under-resourced clinics in Kono District, Sierra Leone, and now care for double the number of patients, as more people feel confident in the quality of care provided at the facility.