19 snapshots of how PIH brings justice to health care around the world
The shared mission that unites PIH teams around the world is evident in the stories that most caught readers' attention this year. From an Ebola survivor who’s thriving in Sierra Leone to quadruplets born at University Hospital in Mirebalais, Haiti, 2019 was a remarkable year across PIH.
Habibatu Alu has been a midwife at Pleebo Health Center in southeastern Liberia since 2011. This photo essay follows her through a typical day.
Nurses have helped Cecile Johnson care for her newborn daughter, Sheba, teaching direct, skin-to-skin contact and other vital practices for babies born prematurely and at low weights.
Five years ago this fall, Partners In Health began fighting the deadliest Ebola epidemic in West Africa. Despite never having battled the disease, clinicians found innovative ways to provide better, more efficient care to patients.
The new emergency ward at Koidu Government Hospital in Sierra Leone is the only one of its kind outside the capital of Freetown, and provides lifesaving work daily.
Dr. Sheila Davis, who became CEO on July 1, shares how she moved from being a rural Mainer interested in nursing, to a PIH-er working at the highest levels of global health.
Traditional birth attendants are trusted by pregnant patients and have been welcomed alongside professional midwives at Wellbody Clinic in Sierra Leone.
Well before his second birthday, Ernesto Roblero’s parents began seeing signs that their infant son was struggling with significant difficulties. But they didn’t know the cause.
Dr. Sheila Davis, currently the chief of clinical operations and chief nursing officer, was named CEO of Partners In Health, succeeding Dr. Gary Gottlieb.