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  • Solar Energy Powers Partners In Health Around the World
    Around the world, Partners In Health, with the support of the Barr Foundation, uses solar power to deliver lifesaving care in areas where infrastructure is lacking.
    ( Partners In Health )
  • Solar Energy Powers Partners In Health Around the World
    We’re acutely aware that poverty, ill-health, and environmental degradation go hand-in-hand. Haiti's widespread deforestation, and the devastating floods that have resulted, are an oft-cited example.
    ( Partners In Health )
  • Solar Energy Powers Partners In Health Around the World
    Our staff are not easily discouraged, but working at night using flashlights and headlamps is a less-than efficient solution. Above, PIH Co-founder Dr. Paul Farmer and staff from Bayalpata Hospital in Nepal meet with a patient who has multidrug-resistant tuberculosis.
    ( Rebecca E. Rollins/Partners In Health )
  • Solar Energy Powers Partners In Health Around the World
    PIH has partnered with organizations such as the Solar Electric Light Fund (SELF) to install effective solar-energy systems at sites in Haiti, Rwanda, and Lesotho. Above, Rwandan workers put the finishing touches on a solar array.
    ( Partners In Health )
  • Solar Energy Powers Partners In Health Around the World
    In Lesotho, the so-called Mountain Kingdom, we’ve worked extensively with SELF to set up solar-energy systems at various sites. The above system is in the village of Nohana.
    ( Partners In Health )
  • Posted on May 31, 2013
    Solar Energy Powers Partners In Health Around the World
    Around the world, Partners In Health, with the support of the Barr Foundation, uses solar power to deliver lifesaving care in areas where infrastructure is lacking.
    (Partners In Health)
  • Posted on May 31, 2013
    Solar Energy Powers Partners In Health Around the World
    We’re acutely aware that poverty, ill-health, and environmental degradation go hand-in-hand. Haiti's widespread deforestation, and the devastating floods that have resulted, are an oft-cited example.
    (Partners In Health)
  • Posted on May 31, 2013
    Solar Energy Powers Partners In Health Around the World
    Our staff are not easily discouraged, but working at night using flashlights and headlamps is a less-than efficient solution. Above, PIH Co-founder Dr. Paul Farmer and staff from Bayalpata Hospital in Nepal meet with a patient who has multidrug-resistant tuberculosis.
    (Rebecca E. Rollins/Partners In Health)
  • Posted on May 31, 2013
    Solar Energy Powers Partners In Health Around the World
    PIH has partnered with organizations such as the Solar Electric Light Fund (SELF) to install effective solar-energy systems at sites in Haiti, Rwanda, and Lesotho. Above, Rwandan workers put the finishing touches on a solar array.
    (Partners In Health)
  • Posted on May 31, 2013
    Solar Energy Powers Partners In Health Around the World
    In Lesotho, the so-called Mountain Kingdom, we’ve worked extensively with SELF to set up solar-energy systems at various sites. The above system is in the village of Nohana.
    (Partners In Health)