Major Milestones in PIH History

Posted on Apr 22, 2019

This timeline traces the history of Partners In Health, from its founding in rural Cange, Haiti, to its expansion to 10 countries around the world, where we fight to ensure everyone has access to high-quality care.

Transgender Nurse Forging New Path with PIH in Mexico

Posted on Jun 29, 2021

Alondra Esquinca, head nurse at the Center for Respiratory Diseases and the first openly transgender employee at Compañeros En Salud, reflects on her life, career, and transphobia in Mexico.

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.

What PIHers are Reading, Watching, and Listening to in Honor of APAHM

Posted on May 17, 2021

In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM), Partners In Health (PIH) staff in the United States shared their favorite books, movies, songs, and podcasts that share the lives and experiences of the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. Their recommendations, below, highlight works that provide inspiration, historical context, and insight into the Asian American experience.

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.

Vaccine Eligibility Does Not Guarantee Access 

Posted on Apr 29, 2021

Every  adult  in the United States is now eligible for COVID-19 vaccines -- a critical milestone.  As the nation races against a fourth wave of the virus and increasing spread of variants, vaccinating the entire population is as urgent as ever. But eligibility alone does not guarantee access.