With your support, Partners In Health delivers health care to the world's poorest places, partnering with local governments to bring about global change. Last year, we provided:
3 million outpatient visits in supported clinics.
2.1 million women's health checkups around the world.
Over 2.2 million home visits conducted by community health workers.
But for millions around the world, that’s not the reality.
50% of people across the globe lack access to essential health care.
94% of maternal deaths occur in low and lower middle-income countries.
Each day, 15,000 children die before reaching their fifth birthday.
When Fanta found out she was pregnant, she feared the worst. PIH helped her deliver safely.
safe births globally in 2021
Fanta lives in Sierra Leone, one of the world’s most dangerous places to be pregnant. Like many women, she thought she had no safe options. But with PIH’s help, Fanta gave birth safely to her son, John, via C-section.
In 2021, PIH provided over 13,530 lifesaving C-sections around the world.
1 in 5 children in Haiti is starving. Lovenyou used to be among them, until PIH stepped in to help.
Haitian children treated yearly for malnutrition
Like 1 in 5 children in Haiti, Lovenyou was starving. His mother brought him to a PIH-supported malnutrition clinic, where he was measured and began treatment. Now, thanks to PIH’s help, he’s growing strong and healthy.
PIH produced 83,250 kg of peanut-based nutritional supplement to feed malnourished children last year.
When we met Melquiades, he was on the verge of death. Now he's a global advocate for tuberculosis patients.
patients in Peru on TB treatment in 2021
Melquiades was one of millions suffering from tuberculosis, the world's deadliest infectious disease. After receiving lifesaving treatment from PIH, he is now a global advocate, challenging the idea that TB is too difficult and expensive to treat in poor places.
11,000 community health workers providing TB care around the world
Roughly 10% of adults in Malawi live with HIV, including Agnes. PIH connected her with lifesaving treatment.
people receiving HIV treatment yearly
Agnes lives with HIV and wanted to prevent passing the virus to her son, Ulema. With PIH's support, she continued taking antiretroviral therapy to control the disease throughout her pregnancy, dramatically reducing the chance that Ulema will contract the virus.
In Neno, Malawi, 94% of people living with HIV are on treatment thanks to PIH's support.