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A new home at Zanmi Beni

A new home at Zanmi Beni

Planning a new care facility for children. Read More

A three-month update report

A three-month update report

PIH Executive Director Ophelia Dahl gives an update report on PIH's work since the earthquake. Read More

Join a discussion on health information technology for disaster relief and rebuilding

Join a discussion on health information technology for disaster relief and rebuilding

GHDonline hosts an expert-guided panel from April 19 - 30. Read More

Our partner in health: Tatiana Chermayeff, change maker

Our partner in health: Tatiana Chermayeff, change maker

An 11-year-old proves that small change can really add up. Read More

Our partners in health: American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee

Our partners in health: American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee

Supporting ambulances, education, and food to help Haiti rebuild. Read More

Coming April 21: Partner to the Poor

Coming April 21: Partner to the Poor

A collection of writings by PIH co-founder Paul Farmer. Pre-order your copy today! Read More

Oprah Winfrey’s Live Your Best Life Walk to support PIH’s work in Haiti

Oprah Winfrey’s Live Your Best Life Walk to support PIH’s work in Haiti

PIH will be one of 10 charities benefiting from May 9th event. Read More

Standing, walking, and dancing in Haiti

Standing, walking, and dancing in Haiti

Helping earthquake survivors literally get back on their feet. Read More

Our partners in health: Nou Se Zanmi, a living newspaper

Our partners in health: Nou Se Zanmi, a living newspaper

The Nou Se Zanmi benefit at Joe's Pub in New York City stands, sings, drums, and dances with Haiti. Read More

An atypical entrepreneur funded by an atypical microenterprise program in Peru

An atypical entrepreneur funded by an atypical microenterprise program in Peru

Teodulfo Blaas' MDR-TB diagnosis meant that he had to give up his job as a laborer. But thanks in part to SES, he's now a successful business owner. Read More

Expanding the role of traditional birth attendants in Lesotho

Expanding the role of traditional birth attendants in Lesotho

PIH Lesotho extends its ability to provide care by training Traditional Birth Attendants Read More

Promises, Promises—What It Will Take to Rebuild Haiti

Promises, Promises—What It Will Take to Rebuild Haiti

PIH’s Medical Director pens op-ed in The Huffington Post. Read More

Our partner in health: Tom White

Our partner in health: Tom White

How 90-year-old PIH co-founder Thomas J. White's investments will resonate for the next 90 years--and beyond. Read More

When treatment isn’t available

When treatment isn’t available

What to do when a patient is unable to receive the treatment she needs in her country. Read More

“How Will the World Respond?”

“How Will the World Respond?”

Watch "The Quake," a PBS FRONTLINE Special. Read More

Billions of dollars donated, but earthquake survivors still hungry, homeless

Billions of dollars donated, but earthquake survivors still hungry, homeless

Watch a video depicting the living conditions for hundreds of thousands of earthquake survivors. Read More

Global Health Delivery Fellows honored for accomplishments and leadership

Global Health Delivery Fellows honored for accomplishments and leadership

In the midst of the tragic aftermath of the earthquake, a bright spot shining hope and promise on the future of Haiti. Read More

Collaboration and human rights must guide relief and development efforts

Collaboration and human rights must guide relief and development efforts

A testimony from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. Read More

World TB Day 2010

World TB Day 2010

View a slideshow of images depicting PIH's work to fight tuberculosis at our sites around the world. Read More

Our partners in health: Urban Walk for Haiti, strolling activists

Our partners in health: Urban Walk for Haiti, strolling activists

On March 27, a three-mile walk will help change the lives of school children displaced by the earthquake. Read More

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