When Dr. Ursin Bayisenge realized little was known about a tropical disease afflicting Rwanda farmers, and 4 million people worldwide, he set out to learn more.
Parents of children with malnutrition are growing additional food and income for their families through innovative PIH support that treats more than physical health.
Oldine Deshommes, a social worker at University Hospital in Mirebalais, Haiti, talks about the barriers breast cancer patients face in accessing care, their concerns, and what she has learned from them over time.
Erneste Simpunga retells his story of being diagnosed with rheumatic heart disease at 16 and how he was able to travel to Boston for lifesaving surgery, with the support of PIH and Team Heart in Rwanda.
A new, PIH-led study urges global health policymakers and funders to take a long view when assessing projects, because initial data can mislead as improvements face growing pains.
UGHE prioritized gender equity in admissions, aligning with its larger mission supporting equitable health care. Many students said experiences with poor health care inspired their applications.
Fabrice Irakoze, 11, has been cancer-free since PIH-supported treatment for Wilms' tumor in 2013, and is one example of PIH's vital role in rebuilding Rwanda's health system, the online news magazine said.
In a conversation that ranged from Congo and Rwanda to Palo Alto, Harvard and Haiti, PIH's co-founder and chief strategist found a common thread.
As UGHE hosts graduation this weekend, four master's students share thoughts on their capstone projects, university life, and involvement in the Butaro community.
A recent article shows how PIH is providing low-cost, lifesaving care for children at the Butaro Cancer Center of Excellence.