Our Most-Read, Watched, and Shared Posts of 2022
Our top blog stories, social posts, and videos covered the legacy of Dr. Paul Farmer, emergency response, and more
HIV treatment, care restore life of 35-year-old migrant
Free testing, treatment, counseling restore life and hope in Peru
Why the Global Cholera Vaccine Shortage Goes Unnoticed Despite High Demand
Because cholera thrives in settings with limited clean water and sanitation infrastructure, those most impacted by the disease are the global poor and victims of natural disasters and war. Right now, the cholera vaccine is being rationed to make up for supply constraints.
5 Reasons PIH Earns Your Support
Find out why PIH has earned the trust of supporters who value our global health and social justice mission, commitment to optimism and action, and promise to accompany partners for as long as it takes to ensure their right to health.
PIH Opens Newly-Renovated NICU in Kirehe, Rwanda
Unit will provide care for the most at-risk infants
Why PIH Provides Lifesaving Drugs For Free
PIH fights to make treatment for TB, HIV, COVID-19 accessible to all
PIH Celebrates Ruling that Strikes Down an Order Blocking Asylum Seekers
U.S. federal court calls "illegal" Title 42, which unjustly expelled migrants--including many Haitians--at the United States-Mexico border for the past two years under the false pretense of preventing the spread of COVID-19.
Q&A: Winston Duke of Black Panther on PIH, Global Health
PIH's first global ambassador reflects on trip to Rwanda
ICU Director Shares 'Singular, World Class Skills' Across Haiti and Beyond
Dr. Pierre is the only ICU-trained doctor in Haiti's public sector; she remains one of only two intensivists in the country.
Psychiatric Teaching Hospital Earns Accreditation in Sierra Leone
The accomplishment is a major milestone for mental health care education and delivery.