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Lesotho’s One-of-a-Kind Hospital

Meet patients receiving care at Botšabelo Hospital, which PIH and the Ministry of Health founded to tackle multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in Lesotho. Read More ▸

The Many Lives of Georgina Díaz

Georgina Díaz is among the first community health workers Partners In Health recruited and trained in Reforma, Chiapas. The local doctor called her a luchadora, or fighter, for her singular resolve to do right by her community and her three sons. Here's her story. Read More ▸

New Center to Reinforce Battle against TB in Peru

Partners In Health in Peru started construction of the Center for Global Health Delivery, which will serve as a treatment facility for patients living with drug-resistant tuberculosis, as well as a research hub and training center. Read More ▸

Celebrate Roald Dahl’s Birthday with PIH

Author Roald Dahl would have celebrated his 100th birthday on September 13. He was among the first supporters of PIH, which was co-founded by his daughter, Ophelia Dahl. Read More ▸

Facebook Live with PIH Co-founder Ophelia Dahl: September 7 at 11 a.m. EST

Partners In Health's Ophelia Dahl talks about growing up with her father--renowned author Roald Dahl, how he inspired the path she chose, and how he supported her efforts in co-founding PIH. Read More ▸

‘It’s Not about Me. It’s about My Patients’

Caring for her father made Lauria Cadet, a nurse educator at University Hospital in Haiti, appreciate the value of her profession. Read More ▸

Zika May Be Underreported in Haiti

In a report from NPR, PIH senior health and policy advisor Dr. Louise Ivers voices her concern that Zika may be spreading across Haiti—undetected. Read More ▸

Ambassador Power: The U.N. Must Act in Haiti

In a letter to Ambassador Samantha Power, CEO Dr. Gary Gottlieb urges the U.N. to fund a plan to eliminate cholera from Haiti. Read More ▸

Dr. Louise Ivers Responds in Washington Post

"If the U.N. follows words with financing, it will be taking very strong steps toward making amends to a country whose people it has harmed," writes Ivers. Read More ▸

PIH’s Response to Cholera in Haiti

Last week, the U.N. acknowledged its role in the 2010 outbreak of cholera in Haiti. They plan to present a response plan in two months—but people are dying now. You can help. Read More ▸

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