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  • All photos by Zack DeClerck / Partners In Health From left to right: PIH Nightingale Fellows Graciela Cadet, Angeline Charles, Emmanuel Dushimimana, Viola Karanja and PIH CEO Dr. Gary Gottlieb enjoy videos of the fellows’ colleagues and family members congratulating them on their graduation. Emmanuel Dushimimana said doctors and staff in northern Rwanda were finding it so difficult to keep c...

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  • Photo by Kyle Daniels / Partners In Health Patient Mable Elliot and members of PIH-Liberia pause for a photo in J.J. Dossen Hospital on Feb. 24. Left to right: Executive Director Dr. Patrick Ulysse, Maternal Health Lead Dr. Sarah Anyango, Mable Elliot, and Maternal Health Clinical Mentor Louise Gaye. Last summer in Maryland County, Liberia—the poorest corner of one of the world’s most impove...

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  •                             Together With YouGifts that bring lifesaving care to the marginalized poor everywhere PIH Canada works – because health care is a human right The post A Day at the Mobile Clinic (In Photos) appeared first on Partners In Health Canada.

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  •                             Zanmi Lasante nurses Fabie Justave (left) and Jarmlie Charloren discuss young patients’ health with their parents or caregivers, update medical files and prescribe a two-week supply of Nourimanba at a mobile clinic in Coquillo. Photo by Mark Brender / Partners In […] The post Viewpoint: Taking the High Road to Treat Child Malnutrition appeared first on Partners In Healt...

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  • Photo by Deborah Hayes Stone / Partners In Health Ariel Levy (seated), a staff writer with The New Yorker, reports in Sierra Leone last October, with the help of a new friend, David Rogers (front left). The New Yorker staff writer Ariel Levy has an intimate understanding of pregnancy and loss. On her second day of a trip to Mongolia in 2013, she went into premature labor in her hotel bathroo...

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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 Co-founder Ophelia Dahl recently wrote for WBUR’s Cognoscenti, the Boston-based public radio station’s opi...

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  •                             Dr. Luma at the TB Annex in 2016. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health) Dr. Maxo Luma is a Haitian doctor who began working with PIH in Haiti, before coming to Canada to continue his education, and then […] The post Fighting Tuberculosis and Rebuilding Liberia’s Healthcare System with Dr. Maxo Luma appeared first on Partners In Health Canada.

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  • Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health Dr. Paul Farmer speaks with 12-year-old MyKennsuze Fontilus who is being treated for jaundice at University Hospital in Mirebalais, Haiti, in 2016. To coincide with the class of 2018’s graduation this month, the official news outlet for the university spoke with Professor and Partners in Health Co-founder Dr. Paul Farmer. After a flattering i...

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  • Photos by Zack DeClerck / Partners In Health PIH lab staff visiting Boston from nine country sites participate in a roundtable discussion with PIH Co-founder and Chief Strategist Dr. Paul Farmer. Left to right are Gaspard Muvugabigwi from PIH in Rwanda, Zhanel Zhantuarova from Kazakhstan, and Fabienne Anglade from Haiti. Laboratory Director Roger Calderon needed more space to support tubercu...

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  • Photos by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health Lesotho's national health reform has brought about transformative change since 2014, combating some of the world’s highest rates of HIV and tuberculosis, vastly improving maternal and child health, and reshaping how care is delivered, from urban centers to rural areas, such as this region in Berea District. Berea is one of the four pilot distric...

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  • (Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health) Natacha Jean Paul stands outside her room at Kay Manmito, the maternal waiting home at University Hospital in Mirebalais, Haiti, that welcomes women with complicated pregnancies or mothers with newborns in the NICU. This pregnancy was different. Natacha Jean Paul had already given birth to three […] The post New Maternal Waiting Home in Haiti Offe...

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  • Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health Alejandra Catalina Ramirez holds her 5-month-old twin sons, Gabriel (left) and Emanuel, in front of their home in Soledad, a rural community in Chiapas, Mexico. Alejandra Catalina Ramirez was starting to feel big—a completely normal sentiment for a petite woman in her sixth month. This being her third pregnancy, the 29-year-old had naturally b...

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  • (Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health) Magda Louis Juste has worked for the past four years with Partners In Health as an oncology nurse at University Hospital in Mirebalais, Haiti. Magda Louis-Juste is a woman on a mission. She may not be big in stature, and her voice might carry more squeak than roar, but there is no doubt that she commands attention when she enters a room.   ...

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  • (Photos by Jon Lascher / Partners In Health) Joseph Alan Mansaray is a husband, father, and plumber, and one of the first patients discharged from a new tuberculosis treatment program in Sierra Leone. It’s the middle of August and you feel the heat scorch your back as you leave the hospital. As you start to […] The post Guest Blog: The Future of Global Health: Combating Illness Means Combating Po...

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  • Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health Matsebo Lerotholi holds her son, Nkuebe, in February 2018 at their home in Mohale's Hoek, Lesotho. Lerotholi, 36, walked down a steep hillside while in labor with Nkuebe, to reach the PIH-supported Holy Cross Health Center and give birth safely. Nkuebe Lerotholi was born at 1 p.m. on Jan. 1, 2018, the first baby of the New Year to be delivere...

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  • Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health) Natacha Jean Paul stands outside her room at Kay Manmito, the maternal waiting home at University Hospital in Mirebalais, Haiti, that welcomes women with complicated pregnancies or mothers with newborns in the NICU. This pregnancy was different. Natacha Jean Paul had already given birth to three girls, so she thought she knew what to expect...

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  • Photo by Jon Lascher / Partners In Health PIH Strategist Dr. Bailor Barrie helps conduct an oral cholera vaccination campaign in Freetown, Sierra Leone, on Sept. 19, 2017. "As this week’s special report shows, the goal of universal basic health care is sensible, affordable and practical, even in poor countries. Without it, the potential of modern medicine will be squandered.” So argues the ...

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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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