News and Stories
PIH Launches Sierra Leone’s First Mental Health Helpline
Psychosocial counselors provide referrals and time-sensitive support to callers.
How to Create Your Legacy with PIH
Legacy gift planning specialists discuss the concept of creating a personal legacy, the many ways in which it can be done, and how PIH supporters can have an impact on global health now--and far into the future.
Ophelia Dahl Receives Radcliffe Medal from Harvard University
PIH co-founder joins list of awardees including Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Dolores Huerta, Toni Morrison
PIH Opposes U.S. Legislation that Would Continue Expulsion of Asylum Seekers
The U.S. Public Health Emergency declaration for COVID-19 lifted last week, as did Title 42, an order used to prevent migrants from seeking asylum. PIH urges legislators to respect the rights of migrants and not support new racist and xenophobic bills that would make asylum difficult for families and children.
Addressing Gender-Based Violence in Haiti
Between 2020-2022, the project helped more than 1,900 women and 115 men subjected to violence in Haiti's Central Plateau and Artibonite regions. The range of support included medical and psychological care and treatment, financial assistance, and referrals to services, from women’s and adolescents’ empowerment groups to security support.
Teen Mother Navigates Challenges with Expert Care in Rwanda
An unexpected pregnancy, with twins, leads young mother to a supportive health system
Mother Accesses Care for Pregnancy, Mental Health
Young mother in Peru carries out a safe, risk-free pregnancy
Becoming a Nurse: The Education of Cecilia Gálvez
How a young woman from rural Mexico fulfilled her dream
Nurses, Crucial to the Global Health Workforce, Face Dwindling Ranks as Demand Grows
As nurses make up the majority of global health care personnel and provide almost 80% of hands-on care worldwide, a strong nursing workforce is integral to health system resiliency, pandemic preparedness and response, ongoing essential health care needs, and the ability to deliver on universal health care.
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