Two Years Later: Reflections on COVID-19 and Mental Health

Posted on May 11, 2022

Now in the third year of the pandemic, Dr. Giuseppe (Bepi) Raviola, co-director of mental health, shares how PIH has developed a model for global mental health care, inspired by Co-Founder Dr. Paul Farmer, that remains resilient--now more than ever--in the time of COVID-19.

Championing Diabetes Prevention and Care

Posted on Nov 12, 2021

Tina Thomas was diagnosed with diabetes at PIH-supported J.J. Dossen Hospital. Now, she's sharing her story with others as a community health worker and patient advocate in Liberia.

Case Studies: How Connecting People With the Essentials is Crucial to Pandemic Response

Posted on Jun 3, 2021

Care resource specialists have filled a crucial health care gap by ensuring people have the social, material, and other support they need to stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, these specialists are also helping those hardest-hit gain greater access to life-saving vaccines.

Need to Know: Details on Biden's New Public Health Workforce Plan

Posted on May 14, 2021

The Biden Administration just announced a $7.4 billion investment in a public health workforce. Partners In Health applauds the decision to invest in our critical public health and community health workforces while we continue to battle the COVID-19 pandemic and the underlying inequities in the U.S. health system.

Care, In A Backpack: Fighting TB in Peru

Posted on Mar 26, 2021

Partners In Health has been fighting tuberculosis in Peru for decades. Its latest intervention is Mochila TB, a tool that takes testing to patients wherever they may be—from prisons to shelters to rural hillside communities.

Our Most-Read Stories of 2020

Posted on Dec 30, 2020

Though the COVID-19 pandemic flooded our work, website, and lives in 2020, a third of our most-read blog posts this year focused on other topics. Here are the 12 most-read stories of 2020, listed by date of publication.