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  • Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health Left to right, patients Monitha Johnson, Monimon Gaye, and Samuel Morris sit outside the Tuberculosis Annex in Monrovia, Liberia, in November 2016, during their treatment for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis. Usually poor. Generally living in the slums or countryside. Busy just trying to stay alive. People who suffer tuberculosis struggle to ...

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  • Congratulations to Gary Slaight for winning the 2018 Humanitarian Award at the Junos and his invaluable investment in the future of Haiti’s health care workforce and the Haitian people. The HUM EM graduating class of 2017, the first Haiti-trained EM Physicians in the country’s history.   Through the generous ongoing support of the Slaight Family […]

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  • Photo by Nanejae Nagbe / NLTCP Dr. Maxo Luma checks up on Paul at the patient's home. Partners In Health community health worker Patricia Mankuah often uses a motorcycle taxi to reach her patients in Harper, a town in remote southern Liberia, and last summer, she frequently hired Paul*, a friendly, trusted 30-something with a reliable motorcycle. In mid-August, she noticed that he had a pe...

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  • Josue Quesnay Gomez / Partners In Health Melquiades Huauya Oré is now an advocate for tuberculosis patients after defeating a multidrug-resistant TB strain himself nearly one decade ago, with the help of PIH in Peru. It took four strong, kind-hearted volunteers nearly two hours to carry Melquiades Huauya Oré, lying waiflike in a bedsheet, from his home in the San Augustino neighborhood in th...

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  • Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health MDR-TB survivor Moeketsi Ts'osane (right) talks with Likhapha Ntlamelle, community health director for Partners In Health in Lesotho, in February 2018. Standing outside of the church in Maseru where he works as an accountant, Ts'osane said his positive mindset and dedication to treatment helped him conquer MDR-TB. A severe form of tuberculos...

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  • Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health Left to right, PIH-Lesotho Executive Director Dr. Abera Leta, PIH CEO Dr. Gary Gottlieb and Likhapha Ntlamelle, community health director for PIH-Lesotho, talk about treatment and services at the Malaeneng temporary housing facility for MDR-TB patients in Maseru, Lesotho, in February. Ntlamelle has worked for PIH since 2007 and leads educational ...

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  • (Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health) Village health worker Makatieho Mpeli (left) sits with Mafelleng September (right) at the September family's home in the district of Mohale's Hoek, Lesotho, as September watches three of her four children. On a sunny morning in February, near the end of a hot, dry summer in the southern Africa nation of Lesotho, Mafelleng September held her...

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  • Photo by Anastasiya May / Astana TB Dispensary Dr. Zhenisgul Daugarina, head of the MDR/XDR-TB treatment department in the Astana TB Dispensary, has treated thousands of patients over nearly 20 years working to curb tuberculosis in Kazakhstan, which has one of the greatest burdens for the disease in the world. When asked how many tuberculosis (TB) patients she’s treated over the past 20 year...

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  • Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health Martha Cassemond, 25, holds her 2-year-old son, Jamesly Louis-Saint, inside their home in Mirebalais, Haiti. Martha Cassemond curled her petite shoulders forward and shrank into her chair. The 25-year-old patient was shy and reserved. Her hands fidgeted whenever she spoke. Clearly, she was nervous, a normal reaction for someone not used to tal...

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  • Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health Marana Toussaint, 37, visited University Hospital near her home in Mirebalais, Haiti, after finding a small lump in her left breast. Oldine Deshommes (background), a PIH social worker, supported her throughout her care. It all started with a pain in her left breast. She thought the tenderness was just another annoyance of that time of the mont...

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  • Photo by Andrew Jones / Build Health International PIH's new distribution center (left) adds 17,000 square feet of storage space and a loading dock at the organization's headquarters in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Around noon one day last November, an industrious group of workers opened boxes within the cavernous, climate-controlled distribution center at Partners In Health’s headquarters in Port...

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  • (Photo courtesy of Partners In Health) Ophelia Dahl, a PIH co-founder and the board chair, gives a dose of medicine to a young patient during an early visit to Haiti in the 1980s. In an opinion piece for Boston-based NPR station WBUR, Partners In Health Co-founder Ophelia Dahl spoke about her experience working alongside Haitian colleagues in the aftermath of the January 2010 earthquake, and...

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  • Photo by Zack DeClerck / Partners In Health Haitian Flag Day has been celebrated for years in Boston, Mass., home to many Haitian families who face an uncertain future following the Trump administration's refusal to renew Temporary Protected Status. Eight years after nearly 300,000 people lost their lives and hundreds of thousands more were injured following a catastrophic earthquake, a lon...

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  • Photo by Sharon Rose / UCSF SON NENO, MALAWI - September 5, 2017: Neno nurse midwives Ruth Chiphaka (left) and Fredrick Kabuwe (center) talk with UCSF FNP student Stephanie Kennell-Heiling (right) during a maternal health training session at Neno District Hospital. Clinicians at Partners In Health-supported facilities around the world provided more than 30,000 safe, facility-based childbirt...

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  • Together, we bring crucial health care where it barely existed before—and where curable diseases are too-often fatal. Dr. Paul Farmer, PIH’s co-founder, recorded this special message to say “thank you” for supporting this lifesaving work in 2017. Take a moment to watch it now—and hear directly from our co-founder:  

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  • (Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health) Banners along the road to University Hospital in Mirebalais, Haiti, call for the United Nations to consult with and provide reparations to cholera victims. A soft rain fell outside University Hospital in Mirebalais, Haiti, as the courtyard filled with people on a Wednesday morning. Inside, the day’s first patients sat beneath ceiling fans th...

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  • Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health A view of Chiapas, Mexico Inspiration in a sentence—that’s what we were looking for as we sifted through our stories about Partners In Health in 2017. Like any round-up, this collection of quotes falls short of conveying the breadth and depth of all that was accomplished this year. PIH staff saw 1.5 million patients in clinics and hospitals, n...

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  • Photo by Jon Lascher / Partners In Health PIH Co-founder Ophelia Dahl (center) and Nurse Ndamba Mansaray (left) visit with Isah Kaimoko (second from right) and Kumba Finohtwo (right), two pregnant women staying at the Wellbody Birth Waiting Home in Kono, Sierra Leone. Partners In Health is proud to announce that Ophelia Dahl, a co-founder and current board chair, made The New Yorker's end-o...

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  • Photo by Zack DeClerck / Partners In Health Dr. Joia Mukherjee is PIH's chief medical officer and an associate professor in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School. "An Introduction to Global Health Delivery: Practice, Equity, Human Rights" is her first book. Dr. Joia Mukherjee doesn’t have much free time on her hands. In her words, she has “a day job, a...

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  • On May 17th, 2017, Partners In Health Canada and Hart House at the University of Toronto hosted a breakfast conversation with Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, co-founder and Vice Chancellor of Partners In Health’s University of Global Health Equity and the Minister of Health to Rwanda from 2011-2016. Over breakfast, Dr. Agnes regaled a room of students, […]

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  • (Photos by Jon Lascher / Partners In Health) Joseph Alan Mansaray is a husband, father, plumber, and one of the first patients discharged from a new treatment program in Sierra Leone. It was a landmark, a triumph, a watershed moment—without fanfare. On Oct. 6, two doctors stood under the awning of a yellow hospital on the western edge of Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone, and gave instru...

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  • (Photo by William Castro Rodríguez / Partners In Health) Isabel* hugs her husband, Angel,* near their home in Lima, Peru, on Oct. 20, 2016. They are both living with HIV and taking antiretrovirals, but their children have tested negative for the virus. In commemoration of World AIDS Day, Dr. Joia S. Mukhjerjee describes why this is no time for complacency in the long, global battle against t...

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  • Photo by Zack DeClerck / Partners In Health Fellows (left to right) Viola Karanja, Angeline Charles, and Emmanuel Dushimimana lead a "brown bag" lunchtime presentation and discussion at PIH's Boston office. As she spoke to nurse managers from Rwanda, Liberia and Haiti, Dr. Lynda Tyer-Viola—a longtime nurse manager in Texas—cited a daily situation that’s true for medical professionals anywher...

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  • Photo by Zack DeClerck / Partners In Health Haitian Flag Day is celebrated at City Hall Plaza in Boston, Mass., home for decades to a large Haitian population. On Monday, the Trump administration ordered the end of a humanitarian program that granted temporary protected status to 59,000 Haitians living and working in the United States following the devastating 2010 earthquake in Haiti. These...

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  • Photo by Jon Lascher / Partners In Health Fatu Kamara receives the first of two doses of oral cholera vaccine in Freetown, Sierra Leone. The teams wound down dirt paths, high-stepped through muddy slums, and climbed stairs cemented into lush hillsides. Never mind the lack of road signs and house numbers—they knew where they were going. They lived nearby. “How di body?” one would ask a neig...

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  • Photo by David Murdock for Partners In Health Sheila Chipenge, 14, manages her type 1 diabetes with the help of PIH's integrated chronic care clinic in Neno District, Malawi. Chimwemwe Chipenge easily remembers the date of the diagnosis that saved her daughter’s life: June 31, 2014. That was the day Chimwemwe told clinicians with Abwenzi Pa Za Umoyo, as Partners In Health (PIH) is known in...

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