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The application to lead a PIH | Engage community has now closed—thank you to everyone who applied! We have received your application and will be back in touch with you by June 20th. If you're interested in becoming involved with PIH | Engage, but weren't able to apply, contact us at engage@pih.org. 

The Global Challenge

Each year, malnutrition kills more than 3 million children worldwide. And every day, nearly 800 women die in childbirth. Needless, completely preventable deaths like these are driven by poverty and inequality. At Partners In Health, we believe that health is a human right, and we work to deliver high-quality health care to the poorest of the poor.

The MovementPIH | Engage in Washington D.C.

But the right to health—to not die in labor, to not die from starvation—will only be won through the work of a broad social movement of individuals committed to working together to advocate for the right to health. This is why we've built PIH | Engage, a grassroots network of volunteer community organizers. Communities all over the country have committed to advocate for global health policy change, to educate the public about global health equity, and to generate unprecedented resources to support Partners In Health's lifesaving work.


“No data in the world, no good vaccine, no potent medicine will get to the poorest of the poor without you. There will be no equity without solidarity. There will be no justice without a social movement." – Dr. Joia Mukherjee, Chief Medical Officer at PIH

The Power of Now

This movement relies on the efforts of people like you. We need strong leaders to join PIH | Engage and help us advance a movement that can transform the face of global health. Will you join us in this fight? 

Contact us at engage@pih.org for more information on how you can become involved. 

       

 

“The idea that some lives matter less is the root of all that's wrong with the world.”

—Dr. Paul Farmer
Chief Strategist & Co-founder