Noncommunicable diseases strike hardest among poor people.
Every year we provide free, comprehensive medical care to hundreds of thousands of children.
We treat patients and run education and prevention campaigns to control cholera.
We hire and train community health workers to help patients overcome obstacles to health care.
We work with partners in Liberia and Sierra Leone to treat people affected by the Ebola virus.
PIH seeks to dismantle sexism and gender discrimination in health care.
In 1998, we launched one of the first programs to provide free, comprehensive HIV/AIDS treatment.
PIH works to improve the health of women across their lifetimes, including in pregnancy and childbirth.
We treat mental disorders with safe, effective, and culturally sound programs.
Nurses and midwives make up the majority of the global health care workforce.
We conduct, facilitate and implement research in collaborative projects around the world, to improve care and strengthen health systems.
Surgical care plays an essential role in strengthening health systems in resource-poor settings around the world.
For more than two decades, PIH has treated and prevented tuberculosis (TB), multidrug-resistant TB (MDR-TB), and HIV/TB in some of the poorest and most vulnerable communities in the world.
PACT (USA), PIVOT (Madagascar), Possible (Nepal), Muso (Mali), Last Mile Health (Liberia), Village Health Works (Burundi)
EAPSEC (Mexico), ETESC (Guatemala), AA&D (Chennai & Lima)