PIH’s Response to Cholera in Haiti

Posted on Aug 25, 2016

Last week, the U.N. acknowledged its role in the 2010 outbreak of cholera in Haiti. They plan to present a response plan in two months—but people are dying now. You can help.

Facilities Open, Staff Safe Following Haitian President’s Assassination

Posted on Jul 16, 2021

More than a week after the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse and the wounding of First Lady Martine Moïse, Zanmi Lasante facilities remain open, as they have through years of political and civil unrest, devastating hurricanes, and the current COVID-19 pandemic.

University Hospital Resident Finds Calling in Oncology, Leads Department

Posted on Feb 4, 2021

Unlike many physicians, Dr. Joarly Lormil did not have a desire to become a doctor from a young age. In fact, he thought he would study engineering or economics because of his exceptional talents in math and physics. During university, he took some time to think about what he wanted to do, and he landed on medicine.

Three Haitian Nurses Among Cohort Chosen for Executive Fellowship

Posted on Jan 13, 2021

It was a typical morning for Gretta Joseph, deputy chief nursing officer at University Hospital of Mirebalais in Haiti. She was still at home, going through her work email and getting a sense of her schedule for the day at the hospital, when she noticed the congratulatory message informing her she had been accepted to Partners In Health’s Global Nurse Executive Fellowship.

She let out a celebratory scream, alarming her husband who rushed into the room. Soon he was joining her celebration; he knew how much she had wanted this.

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.