‘The Hope That I Saw Was Overpowering’: Haitian Diaspora Share Reflections, Advice with PIH Community
Panelists discuss their shared fight of pushing for justice for Haitians around the world.
Addressing Food Insecurity During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond
Across the U.S., as people were forced to isolate, quarantine, or care for a relative sick with COVID-19, food assistance became essential. PIH-US worked with partners across the country to connect patients and families with food and strenghten connections to social support.
COVID-19 Vaccines Must Be Free, Mass-Produced Globally
Billions of people worldwide haven't received a single dose.
PIH Vaccinates Hundreds Against COVID-19 in Highlands of Chiapas
Vaccine campaign highlights urgent need for vaccine equity in Mexico, worldwide.
Three Ways Health Programs Reflect Diné Culture on Navajo Nation
In honor of Native American Heritage Month, we're highlighting three ways COPE health programs reflect Navajo culture, language, and traditional teaching.
Responding to Malnutrition in Sierra Leone
PIH provides care, support for children with moderate acute malnutrition
PIH Responds to Urgent Need in Wake of Sierra Leone Fire Explosion
PIH has provided support for survivors, including medical and mental health care, as well as medical personnel and essential supplies.
Rwanda Team Trains Next Generation of Oncology Nurses in Liberia
A visiting pair of nurses from PIH Liberia follow an eight-week training program with PIH Rwanda to learn how to better provide cancer care for their patients and mentor colleagues back home.
Championing Diabetes Prevention and Care
Tina Thomas was diagnosed with diabetes at PIH-supported J.J. Dossen Hospital. Now, she's sharing her story with others as a community health worker and patient advocate in Liberia.
Q&A: Malaria Vaccine ‘Is a Powerful Tool’ to Save Lives
Dr. Evrard Nahimana, PIH's Africa regional policy and partnerships advisor, shares insights on first-ever malaria vaccine.