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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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  • Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health Lovenyou Pierre, a 17-month-old malnutrition patient, peeks from behind his mother's legs outside his home in Boucan Carré, Haiti. The Partners In Health truck kicked up gray dust as it rolled to a stop, just down the hill from the two-room shack where 17-month-old Lovenyou Pierre lived with seven of his relatives. Lovenyou’s mother, Jodanie L...

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  • Photo by Jon Lascher / Partners In Health A recent Wall Street Journal interview with Partners In Health CEO Dr. Gary Gottlieb offers a candid perspective on the challenges of implementing and funding global health. Dr. Gottlieb, the former president and CEO of Partners Healthcare and a psychiatrist by training, has led PIH since 2015. Below he speaks to the organization’s “laserlike” focus...

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  • Photo by Ellen Ball / Partners In Health Rosemary Mapemba at Neno District Hospital in September 2017. Her retirement drew an outpouring of fond responses, with friends and co-workers praising her diligence, resilience and upbeat personality over nine years as a hospital attendant at Neno. Over seven decades in Malawi’s Neno District, Rosemary Mapemba not only has witnessed transformative c...

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  • Photo by Danny Kamanzi / UGHE Rows of housing in Mahama Refugee Camp. Orderly lines of homes and shelters stretch far down crowded, uniform roads at Mahama Refugee Camp in southeastern Rwanda, where more than 55,000 people have arrived since 2015 after fleeing political unrest and violence in Burundi. The turmoil has displaced more than 400,000 Burundians across Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, an...

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  • Photo by William Castro Rodríguez / Partners In Health With Peruvian Ministry of Health officials in 2016, Dr. KJ Seung (second from left) and Dr. Joia Mukherjee (in red) visit a prison in Lima, where the incidence of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis is high. Partners In Health (PIH), Interactive Research and Development (IRD) and the Zero TB Initiative (ZTBI) welcome the release of the int...

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  • Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health Lunie Lozama, a 2-year-old malnutrition patient, plays peek-a-boo while standing by her mother at their home in rural Lascahobas, Haiti. Lunie Lozama was the picture of a mischievous toddler. Shy yet curious, she hid behind her mother’s legs and played peek-a-boo with visitors to her home […]

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  • Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health Lunie Lozama, a 2-year-old malnutrition patient, plays peek-a-boo while standing by her mother at their home in rural Lascahobas, Haiti. Lunie Lozama was the picture of a mischievous toddler. Shy yet curious, she hid behind her mother’s legs and played peek-a-boo with visitors to her home in rural Lascahobas, Haiti. Her round cheeks were dimpl...

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  • This new PIH guideline and a corresponding Costing Toolkit describe how health centers, hospitals, districts and other organizations can implement MESH-QI programs, to improve quality of care, data collection, clinical education and more, as a Health Systems Strengthening model. A Partners In Health model for mentoring and training health care workers is gaining broad attention after improvin...

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  • Photo by Cecille Joan Avila / Partners In Health Yonide Arelul holds her 23-month-old son, Djouvensky Maxime, while he naps in front of their two-room home in Boucan Carré, Haiti. The Partners In Health pickup bumped along a rutted road, passing more cows than vehicles on a late morning last November. The driver parked in the shade of a lone tree, and 29-year-old Yonide Arelul and two PIH nu...

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  • Photo by René Delgadillo González Workers clear rubble in Colonia Doctores, a neighborhood within Mexico City, following a 7.1-magnitude earthquake Tuesday afternoon. 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. […]

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  • 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 […]

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  • Photo by Jon Lascher / Partners In Health A government health worker takes the cholera vaccine door-to-door in the Kaningo neighborhood of Freetown on Sept. 19, 2017. After torrential rains flooded Freetown, Sierra Leone in August, raising fears of a cholera epidemic, government employees supported by Partners In Health will fan out from health centers around the capital October 5 to deliver...

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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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