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  • Staff Safe After Latest Mexico Quake, Doctors Give Aid Near Epicenter
    Partners In Health staff reported no significant damage or injuries at the 10 rural clinics and maternal waiting home that PIH supports in Mexico, following the country’s second major earthquake in two weeks. The 7.1-magnitude earthquake struck roughly 100 miles outside Mexico City early Tuesday afternoon, killing more than 200 people and causing dozens of buildings to collapse. Partners In He...
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  • Doctors See Daily Success at Butaro Cancer Center
    Photos by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health Dr. Cyprien Shyirambere examines 6-year-old pediatric oncology patient Frank Mugisha, whose name has been changed, for privacy, at the Butaro Cancer Center of Excellence in rural northern Rwanda. Medical staff at the PIH-supported facility have treated several thousand patients, young and old, since it opened in 2012. Five years after openi...
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  • Staff Share Stories After Quake in Mexico
    Photo by Moíses Mazariegos Rodriguez / PIH A landslide cleared along the road to Capitán after an 8.1 earthquake struck off the coast of Chiapas last week. One week after a monstrous 8.1-magnitude earthquake struck off the southwest coast of Mexico, Partners In Health staff said all 10 clinics they serve in rural Chiapas remained structurally sound, and that doctors, nurses, and community he...
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  • Helping Teens in Peru Manage HIV: A Q&A with Dr. Molly Franke
    Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health A Partners In Health collaborator in Peru is examining why many teenagers are struggling to consistently take their HIV medication, and working with team members to improve care and support for the vulnerable, often-overlooked patient group.  Dr. Molly Franke, a Harvard Medical School epidemiologist and longtime collaborator with Socios En S...
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  • Massive Earthquake Spares PIH Sites in Mexico
    A magnitude 8.1 earthquake struck off the southern coast of Mexico late Thursday night, with tremors felt hundreds of miles away in the capital Mexico City and into neighboring Guatemala. The epicenter was closest to the state of Chiapas, where Partners In Health collaborates with the Mexican government to provide health care in 10 rural clinics throughout the Sierra Madre. PIH leaders in Chiapas...
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  • PIH Preps for Worst as Irma Soaks Haiti
    As Hurricane Irma churns through the Caribbean north of Hispaniola, Partners In Health staff in Haiti watch the skies preparing for the worst, while hoping for the best. Rain has been falling over the Central Plateau since the predawn hours, according to Dr. Paul Farmer, a Partners In Health co-founder and chief strategist, who’s weathering the storm there. Farmer spoke at noon today with PIH lea...
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  • PIH Braces for Hurricane Irma
    Photo by Neilsen Fleuristal / Partners In Health Facilities staff anchor a communications antenna on the roof of University Hospital in Mirebalais, Haiti, in preparation for Hurricane Irma. Nearly a year after Hurricane Matthew battered Haiti’s southern coast, the Caribbean nation is preparing for another blow, this time from Hurricane Irma. The Category 5 storm […]
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  • PIH Braces for Hurricane Irma
    Photo by Neilsen Fleuristal / Partners In Health Facilities staff anchor a communications antenna on the roof of University Hospital in Mirebalais, Haiti, in preparation for Hurricane Irma. Nearly a year after Hurricane Matthew battered Haiti’s southern coast, the Caribbean nation is preparing for another blow, this time from Hurricane Irma. The Category 5 storm could make landfall across a ...
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  • Fodei Daboh: A Sierra Leonean Healing His Town
    Michael G. Seamans for Partners In Health Community Health Worker Manager Fodei Daboh visits a patient’s home during the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone in December 2014. One Stone’s response wasn’t exactly a surprise. In up-country Sierra Leone, in the central chiefdoms of Kono District, the man with the rapper-inspired nickname was a known member […]
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  • From Earthquake to Epidemic: A Q&A with Dr. Patrick Ulysse
    Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health Dr. Patrick Ulysse (center) and Dr. Regan Marsh (right) visit 21-year-old patient Fadacia Mirriam in her home in Pleebo, Liberia. After a decade of working for Partners In Health in Haiti, in early 2015 Dr. Patrick Ulysse moved to Maryland County, Liberia to help his colleagues and the national government fight the growing Ebola epidemic. Th...
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  • Partners In Health on the big screen at Hot Docs
    In the 1980s, three young people barely out of their teens began a movement that would change global health forever. Bending The Arc—a new documentary about Partners In Health that premiered this year at Sundance Film Festival—has been chosen to kick off the 2017-18 Docs Soup season at Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema in Toronto. […]
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  • PIH Director: “Staggering” Losses in Sierra Leone Flooding
    Photos by Jon Lascher / Partners In Health A scene near the home of a PIH driver, in the Dworzark neighborhood of Freetown, on Tuesday. Partners In Health’s top official in Sierra Leone described “staggering” losses Tuesday among PIH family and friends in Freetown, where rescue work was ongoing after devastating floods and mudslides killed hundreds a day earlier. Just before dawn Monday, wh...
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  • Fodei Daboh: A Sierra Leonean Healing His Town
    Michael G. Seamans for Partners In Health Community Health Worker Manager Fodei Daboh visits a patient's home during the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone in December 2014. One Stone’s response wasn’t exactly a surprise. In up-country Sierra Leone, in the central chiefdoms of Kono District, the man with the rapper-inspired nickname was a known member of a young gang that tried, a bit too aggres...
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  • CASITA Program Helps At-Risk Children Excel in Peru
    Photo by William Castro Rodríguez / Partners In Health Community health worker Inela Espinoza (from left) plays a game with Lourdes Diaz and Andrea Pacheco, who is enrolled in Project CASITA. Diaz's older daughter, Angie, joins the fun. Life in a house with three children under 5 is, to say the least, chaotic. Analy Cipriano spends most days cooking, cleaning, doing laundry, and keeping a wa...
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  • Iconic Hospital in Malawi to Expand
    Photo by Pete Maltbie for Partners In Health Patients wait in line for the pharmacy at Neno District Hospital in October 2016. One of the first patients Dr. Emily Wroe met in Malawi, the slender nation bordered by Tanzania to the north and Mozambique to the south, was a pregnant mother with severe rheumatic heart disease. “Normally a patient in her condition can’t climb a flight of stairs,” ...
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  • Hospital in the Hills: Rising Above Cancer in Rwanda
    Photo by Aaron Levenson Thirteen-year-old Kachonga Dieu Merci recovered from Hodgkin’s lymphoma at Butaro Hospital in Rwanda, where he's seen by Dr. Alexis Manirakiza. Rwanda’s mountaintops are sometimes hidden in clouds. Rising green and blue, their outlines are softened by mist. Lines of farmers' crops wrap their lower slopes. It’s hard to believe anything could go wrong in such a tra...
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  • After Hurricane Matthew: PIH's Work in Southern Haiti
    Photo by Aliesha J. Porcena / Partners In Health PIH's leadership team in Haiti discusses the damage from Hurricane Matthew with Dr.Jean Yves Domercant (center), medical director of the Immaculate Conception Hospital in Les Cayes. Two months after Hurricane Matthew plowed through southern Haiti and destroyed lives and livelihoods, the world’s attention to the humanitarian crisis has shift...
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  • Working in Global Health: Katie Kralievits
    Matt Cashore / University of Notre Dame Dr. Salmaan Keshavjee (from left), Dr. Paul Farmer, Katie Kralievits, and Ophelia Dahl leave the University of Notre Dame following a recent book workshop. I grew up with a close connection to Haiti. My maternal grandparents lived in Port-au-Prince for many years, and several of my family members were born there. In the late 1950s—in part due to poli...
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  • Medical Aid and Food to Thousands of Peru Flood Victims
    Photo courtesy of Socios En Salud Dr. Leonid Lecca (right), executive director of PIH in Peru, speaks with staff and residents in Las Brisas, one of the communities hardest hit by last month's flooding. One month has passed since devastating floods and mudslides swept Peru’s coastline and communities north of the capital of Lima, killing 113 people and destroying the homes of an estimated ...
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  • Study Brings Relief to Rwandans with Hepatitis C
    Photo by Neil Gupta / Partners In Health Dr. Fabienne Shumbusho consults with Dr. Jules Kabahizi, the head internist at Rwanda Military Hospital. Dr. Shumbusho gazes intently at her patients from behind narrow glasses, her gray wisps of hair pulled back into a bun, and listens to them describe the challenges of their deteriorating health. They have come to Rwanda Military Hospital from acr...
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  • Stevenson's Story: Starvation in Central Haiti
    Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health Manise Darius, center, holds her 6-month-old son, Stevenson Louis, in front of their home outside Boucan Carré, Haiti. Ferlanda Louis, her 2-year-old daughter enrolled in PIH’s malnutrition program, peaks out from behind her skirt. He felt impossibly light. At 6-months-old, Stevenson Louis should have been a pudgy, smiling, playful infant. H...
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  • TOGETHER, WE STAY
    Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health Masentebale Letima (far left) and other expectant mothers spend their final month of pregnancy at a maternal waiting home in Nkau, Lesotho. Infrastructure Manager Steve Mtewa watched as people streamed into Dambe Health Center on its opening day in Neno, Malawi, last year. He knows what people in his rural community face when they’re sick. ...
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  • TOGETHER, WE BUILD HEALTH SYSTEMS
    Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health Nurse Thamar Julmiste, who is known for singing to her tiny patients, attends to a newborn in St. Thérèse Hospital in Hinche, Haiti. The baby boy arrived 14 weeks early and weighed less than 2 pounds. Thamar Julmiste, a nurse at St. Thérèse Hospital in Hinche, Haiti, immediately noticed he wasn’t breathing. Luckily, she and a colleague knew...
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  • TOGETHER, WE MAKE HOUSE CALLS
    Photo by Jon Lascher / Partners In Health Community health worker Mohamed Lamin Jarrah transports Elizabeth Mbayoh to the Lengema Health Clinic for medication. Our efforts to tackle the Ebola virus in West Africa were among the most challenging in our history. When the number of new Ebola cases finally dropped in Sierra Leone, it was a welcome relief. But soon we learned of a new proble...
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  • TOGETHER, WE GO
    Photo by Elizabeth M. Campa / Partners In Health PIH co-founder Dr. Paul Farmer stands with Mirlande Estenale in front of her collapsed home in Les Cayes, Haiti, following Hurricane Matthew. When Hurricane Matthew began lashing Haiti’s southwest corner last October, we — like many of you — knew the devastation would be profound. And indeed it was: 1,000 lives lost, 15,000 people displaced...
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  • Pacifique Ntirenganya: A Passionate Global Health Leader
    Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health Ntirenganya in Harper, Liberia, in November 2016. Wearing a white shirt and glasses, Remy Pacifique Ntirenganya smiled into a computer screen while calling a colleague in Boston over Skype. He moved around a room of colorful wall hangings, trying to get a better signal in a staff house outside Rwinkwavu Hospital, a public facility Partners I...
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  • UPDATED: Record Rainfall Slams Peru, Death Toll Rises
    Photo by Leonid Lecca / Partners In Health Flood waters overrun a home in rural Carabayllo, a slum north of Lima, Peru, where Partners In Health has worked for more than 20 years. A map of Carabayllo, a northern district of Lima where PIH has worked for the past 20 years. Hover over the dots for more information about PIH's work in the flood-affected region.   (Update as of March 29...
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  • Flood Survivors Receive Medical Attention in Peru
    Photo Courtesy of Socios En Salud Dr. Leonid Lecca (in vest), executive director of PIH in Peru, helps EMTs place 60-year-old Maria Vergara in an ambulance near Rinconada. Heavy rains have subsided throughout most of Lima, Peru, during the tail end of one of the most destructive rainy seasons in decades. In the northern slum of Carabayllo, residents of the flooded Chillon River are beginn...

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