Pleebo Health Center Laboratory Increases Capacity, Adds New Equipment
The new resources enable staff to identify and treat more conditions.
Q&A: Why Emergency Care Matters
Emergencies happen everywhere and they happen to all of us. But where you are in the world when an emergency happens disproportionately determines your outcome.
3 Ways PIH Hires Locally and Why It Matters
Local staff provide culturally relevant care, gain economic empowerment
Providing Free Therapy to Trans Women In Peru
In Lima, transgender women face daily threat of discrimination, violence
The Evolution of a Pathology Lab in Haiti
With fewer and fewer pathologists in Port-au-Prince, access for patients is increasingly difficult. "It imposes on us, I believe, a moral duty to provide these services, with the highest possible standard,” said Joarly Lormil, HUM’s chief of oncology.
Photo Essay: The Journey to Health Care in Rural Lesotho
Travel along for a cross-country tour of Lesotho, to one of the most remote health clinics supported by Partners In Health.
Roommates With Chronic Diseases Support Each Other in Rural Liberia
Johnson Doe and Saturday Wesseh met at J.J. Dossen Memorial, where they both received care. Now, they're good friends living together in Partners In Health-supported housing.
Tuberculosis Treatment Continues to Improve Lives, Well-Being in Lesotho
Patients receive medication, food, housing, and transportation as they recover from tuberculosis.
5 Ways PIH Supports Patients Beyond Medical Care
PIH connects thousands of people with essential resources—such as food, housing, and transportation—to access and benefit from health care.
PIH Announces Paul Farmer Collaborative
Global health alliance between the University of Global Health Equity and Harvard Medical School made possible by $50 million commitment