Innovation: Research Training Program Creating Opportunities for Rwanda Health Leaders
PIH and Harvard Medical School have provided research mentoring and resources to more than 50 health workers in Rwanda over the past five years, working to overcome systemic barriers.
PIH Rolls Out Electronic Medical Records at J.J. Dossen Hospital in Liberia
Faster registration and better access to medical records are streamlining care at the rural hospital, and are hallmarks of PIH’s multi-country effort to improve how health data is collected, stored and used.
‘Critical Hope’: PIH Engage Helping Students Advocate for Health as a Human Right
Partners In Health's grassroots network of community organizers is calling for health care as a human right through advocacy, community building and fundraising.
Study Reveals Immense PTSD Burden Among Haitian Youth
Researchers with Partners In Health (PIH) found in a recent study that young people in Haiti are made especially vulnerable to mental health conditions by their chronic exposure to stressful life events.
Global Students Reflect on Upcoming School Year Amid COVID-19
As the school year approaches, PIH reached out to students in our social support programs to learn about their hopes, dreams and concerns for the upcoming year.
Ekip Solid: A Conversation with Dr. Sheila Davis
Dr. Sheila Davis reflects on everything from COVID-19 and HIV/AIDS to her favorite poetry in PIH's new, ongoing series with global leaders.
PIH-Lesotho Receives UN Award for Community-Based COVID-19 Program
The UNDP honor specially recognizes PIH's work to reach communities in remote mountain areas of the southern Africa nation, through local health centers and village health workers.
In Peru, PIH Offers Virtual Sessions on Child Development Amid COVID-19
Partners In Health offers free sessions for caregivers and young children in Peru, teaching foundational skills through play.
Q&A: PIH Doctors, Ebola Fighters Share Cross-Atlantic COVID-19 Experiences
Dr. Marta Lado and Dr. Regan Marsh have seen challenges, injustices, and successes fighting the pandemic in disparate settings.
Q&A: COVID-19 Underscores Decades of Systemic Racism, From Navajo Nation To New England
Partners In Health sat down with Thomas Sequist to discuss a recent piece he wrote for the New England Journal of Medicine that examines the impact of COVID-19 on the Navajo Nation and Chelsea, Massachusetts.