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PIH publishes a monthly electronic newsletter and an occasional print newsletter. Read past issues below. (Newsletters prior to May 2009 are available here in PDF format.)

 

Fighting a cholera epidemic in Haiti
Watch a slideshow of images from Haiti, showing PIH's work responding to the recent cholera outbreak and Hurricane Tomas.
Vote online and help win $250,000 for PIH’s local project in Boston
With just a few seconds of your time, you can help PIH’s US-based PACT Project.
Improving health in Boston, one patient at a time
Bringing care to thousands of Massachusetts’s poorest and sickest patients.
PIH's Russia program expands into five new regions
New major USAID grant to help PIH fight tuberculosis in Russia.
2011 Partners In Health calendars now available
Order yours today!
Helping the children left behind
PIH Malawi helps children with disabilities overcome obstacles to attending school.
Nine for nine 
Rwanda’s top medical students choose to complete training at PIH facilities. 
Plus: How to create a modern hospital in rural Africa; Fighting extreme hunger; Bearing witness to the plight of women and girls in Haiti's settlement camps; Helping Haitians rebuild their country; Addressing the underlying situations of the cholera outbreak; A slow, tough recovery; In the media; and Social network with PIH.

November 2010

  • Fighting a cholera epidemic in Haiti
  • Vote online and help win $250,000 for PIH’s local project in Boston
  • Improving health in Boston, one patient at a time
  • PIH's Russia program expands into five new regions
  • 2011 Partners In Health calendars now available
  • PIH Malawi helps children with disabilities overcome obstacles to attending school.
  • Nine for nine 
  • Plus: How to create a modern hospital in rural Africa; Fighting extreme hunger; Bearing witness to the plight of women and girls in Haiti's settlement camps; Helping Haitians rebuild their country; Addressing the underlying situations of the cholera outbreak; A slow, tough recovery; In the media; and Social network with PIH.

 

October 2010

  • From the desk of Joia Mukherjee: The voices of our colleagues
  • Haiti's Heroes
  • What it takes to build a national teaching hospital in central Haiti
  • Teboho's story
  • Back to school
  • Lacking walls, but not respect
  • From Malawi: Investing in our local staff
  • An international training center in Siberia
  • “We need a global fund for cancer care”
  • Plus:An overlooked public health crisis, Providing "model" aid, Earthquake survivors healing in the city of brotherly love, Human Rights through accompaniment, An unconventional prescription for diplomacy, and Social network with PIH.

September 2010

  • What it means to break the cycle of poverty and disease and how you can help.
  • Laying the cornerstone of PIH’s work to help Haiti build back better
  • Lessons from Haiti: Tackling acute and chronic disasters
  • Attention student global health advocates
  • A call to action: addressing cancer in developing countries
  • Curbing cervical cancer in Haiti
  • Bringing new laboratory technology and capacity to rural Malawi.
  • A home visit in Boston
  • Plus: Good Morning America visits Haiti, Recovery by strengthening the Haitian government, A peanut solution, the environmental and community factors, A place called hope, Seven months later, and Social network with PIH.

August 2010

  • PIH breaks ground on new teaching hospital in Haiti
  • Save the Date: PIH Annual Symposium
  • Healing a shaken psychosis
  • Giving a voice to those most affected by Guatemala's mining industry
  • Celebrating the first anniversary of a hospital in Nepal
  • With a new cultural center, PIH's partner organization in Peru celebrates its 14th anniversary
  • The gift of turning 40
  • An "of-the-moment, yet timeless" photographic reminder of the earthquake in Haiti
  • Plus: Waking the walk, Top of the mind, Curbing the spread of TB in Mexico, Caring for the mental health of earthquake survivors, A congressional hearing on Haiti's road to recovery, Arcade Fire and Steel Pulse stand with Haiti, A first visit to Haiti, and Social networking with PIH.

July 2010
A special edition focused on PIH's work in Haiti, six months following the devastating January earthquake.


June 2010

  • PIH co-founder Paul Farmer honors our Mamito, Mme. Yolande Lafontant, the "mother" of PIH's Haitian sister organization, Zanmi Lasante
  • PIH clinics in Port-au-Prince log over 100,000 patient visits
  • Join the PIH online community
  • PIH Kazakhstan holds its first training
  • Q & A on sociolegal accompaniment in Guatemala
  • A right to health care: Sanley Jean
  • An early harvest
  • A Father's Day Slideshow
  • Plus: Fighting hunger in Haiti, Mental health in Haiti's recovery, Revolutionizing medicine, Proving it can be done, Getting her goat, and Tackling TB in Mexico.


May 2010

  • A new home at Zanmi Beni
  • Improving women's health in Haiti's settlement camps
  • From HIV/AIDS to chronic diabetes
  • Q&A: Addressing Mental Health and Trauma in Haiti following the earthquake
  • Opening a new pharmacy, eliminating parallel systems, strengthening the public sector
  • More than a support group, a support community
  • A family reunion just in time for Mother's Day
  • A Mother's Day Slideshow
  • Plus: Katie Couric reports from settlement camps in Haiti, PIH co-founder Paul Farmer's newest book, Six weeks in Haiti, Harry Potter fans help relief efforts, A three-month progress report, Social networking with PIH, and Gifts that matter.


April 2010

  • Standing, walking, and dancing in Haiti
  • Coming April 21: Partner to the Poor by PIH co-founder Paul Farmer
  • Join Oprah Winfrey and PIH in New York City on May 9
  • Expanding the role of traditional birth attendants in Lesotho
  • An atypical entrepreneur funded by an atypical microenterprise program in Peru
  • Promises, Promises -- What It Will Take to Rebuild Haiti
  • Our partner in health: Tom White
  • Plus: PBS FRONTLINE's The Quake; MTV News follows donations in action; Videos document Haiti work; PIHer forgoes education to help Haitians in need; Good Business in Malawi; What human rights mean for a working woman in the Rwandan health sector; and Online social networking.


March 2010

  • Reflections from Haiti | A live webcast with PIH co-founder Paul Farmer
  • Standing--and walking--in Haiti
  • STAND WITH HAITI Fund to build back better
  • PIH begins a new project in Kazakhstan
  • March 8: International Women's Day
  • "No woman should die during pregnancy or childbirth"
  • BBC World News features PIH's work in Malawi
  • STAND WITH HAITI events
  • Plus: Partners In Agriculture; "We are alive"; Community health workers to accompany recovery in Haiti; Tracy Kidder's thoughts on PIH's work following the earthquake; Neg Mawon Pap Jamn Kraze; Rolling up their sleeves; A long road to recovery in Peru;PIH Calendars; Online social networking; and By the numbers.


February 2010

A special edition focusing on PIH's work in Haiti after the Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake.

  • From the desk of Ophelia Dahl, PIH Executive Director
  • Stand with Haiti
  • How you can help
  • Charitable contributions for Haiti relief deductible on 2009 taxes
  • "I believe that there is an opportunity to build Haiti back better."
  • Our partners in health: Cliff Landis, librarian
  • PIH applauds legislation to eliminate Haiti's debt
  • The free man will never be broken
  • "We are all Haitian"
  • Solar power to build back better
  • A right to health care
  • Plus: how to find effective charities, rising to meet an infinite need in Haiti and in Boston, the basis of Mountains Beyond Mountains, tales from the front, by the numbers, summer internships, and social network with us!


December 2009

  • In the storms' wake: building back better in Haiti
  • A house for growing hope in Lesotho
  • PACT takes on chronic diseases in Boston
  • Raising quadruplets and a new district hospital in Rwanda
  • Serving up peace and hot meals in Malawi
  • Interest-free inspires much interest: a microfinance project in Peru
  • PIH Russia helps battle MDR-TB in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
  • Act.himsprescription.com: Join us in building the movement for health and social justice!
  • Health and Social Justice Video Network
  • Still need holiday gifts?
  • Plus: House calls and health care; AIDS treatment express lines; Forgiving children; Dartmouth's new leader; Bill Clinton's new deputy; Not just another death in Burundi; Dangerous IMF policies; Yes Haiti Can; and This I Believe. Also, find out about PIH summer internships and social network with us!


November 2009

  • Fighting MDR-TB in Peruvian shantytowns ... and on a world scale
  • Solar energy brings light to Boucan Carré Hospital in Haiti
  • Operation: operating room
  • Participate in World AIDS Day!
  • Twins: A shared birthday but worlds apart
  • A year in the life of a volunteer in Peru
  • Plus: a Calendar, Summer internships, Forgiving children, Connecting and acting with Tracy Kidder, an OpenForum, and Social networking with PIH


October 2009

  • READ, CONNECT, ACT: A Day of Nationwide Book Parties on Global Health
  • From the desk of Heidi Behforouz ... Community Health Workers and health care reform
  • Cruel and unusual—PIH board member takes cases to US Supreme Court
  • PIH helps launch report calling for increased US commitment to global health
  • Newly built school opens in Domond, Haiti
  • PIH and Rwandan Government graduate first class of OpenMRS trainees
  • Quadruplets delivered at Butaro Hospital, Rwanda
  • Some observations from the field: a volunteer in Peru
  • Plus 2010 PIH calendar, a new book co-edited by Paul Farmer, PIH photo exhibit in Santa Clara, Twittering, and PIH's move


September 2009

  • PIH mourns the loss of a surgeon and "a driving force"
  • PIH Annual Symposium: Accompaniment: Solidarity in Action
  • Partners in Profile: Dr. Guilavogui Seydouba, MSF trainer, Haiti
  • Impact x 4 vs. drug-resistant tuberculosis
  • Impressions on visiting Rwinkwavu Hospital in Rwanda
  • Sending out an SMS in Malawi
  • A commitment to action: PIH finds partners through the Clinton Global Initiative
  • Hot Heads: Calling all knitters!
  • Plus a partnership in Rwanda on PBS, Jim Kim's thoughts on health care reform, discussing Mountains Beyond Mountains, happy birthday to charity: water, OpenForum blog, Twittering, and PIH's move


August 2009

  • From the desk of Paul Zintl, PIH Chief Operating Officer
  • Paul Farmer named as the UN's Deputy Special Envoy for Haiti
  • Save the Date: PIH's 16th annual Thomas J. White Symposium
  • NOW on PBS zooms in on rural health care in Rwanda
  • Behind the mountains: An intern reflection
  • On our reading list: Strength in What Remains and an updated edition of Mountains Beyond Mountains
  • Partner in Profile: Luz Nelia Benitez, PACT Community Health Promoter
  • Plus: Moving our Boston office, PIH on Earth, Second second chances, OpenForum blog, and Twittering


July 2009

  • From the desk of Christine Hamann, PIH Development Assistant
  • Add your name to a statement calling for comprehensive health care for all!
  • Love walks in: The inspiring story of a young patient in Haiti
  • Fixing Haiti's environmental woes
  • Dateline PIH: Celebrating community health workers in Peru; fighting gender-based violence in Haiti; and bringing HIV/AIDS testing and education to rural communities in Malawi
  • Plus: not just another death, relief for Haiti, lifting the HIV travel ban, a success story in the fight against HIV, OpenForum blog, and Twittering


June 2009

  • Helping Malawian commercial sex workers find hope, health care, and a new livelihood
  • Water as a source of life and of loss: A trip with charity: water
  • 3,000 grueling miles of support
  • Zanmi Lasante celebrates World Environment Day
  • Dateline PIH: Promotores purses, €9 million to treat TB in Russia, and fighting Dengue fever
  • Plus: Dangerous IMF policies; The power of communities; Maternal mortality in the world's poorest communities; Needing nurses; What matters to Paul Farmer; and Twittering about global health


May 2009

  • From the desk of Amanda Schwartz, PIH Grants Development Assistant
  • From the desk of Elna Osso, Peru International Project Coordinator
  • Fiery support: limited edition deals from Arcade Fire to support PIH
  • Calling all student interns: Help with a Harvard research study
  • Tiny twins get double the care in the Central Plateau
  • Dateline PIH: Sponsoring students in Peru, Team Heart operates in Rwanda, and a scene from PIH Lesotho's newest site
  • Plus: Shaping the future of PIH; Twittering about global health; This I Believe; Special envoy to Haiti; and Just doing it


April 2009

  • From the desk of Jon Crocker, physician, Malawi
  • Building back better: rebuilding (and improving) houses flooded by hurricanes
  • With a little help from our (musical) friends
  • Simple ways you can support PIH
  • Dateline PIH: Project updates from all over A new clinic in Lesotho, tech assistance in Russia, a road to the middle of nowhere, and acting against MDR-TB
  • Plus: Women and children first, Airborne, fine dining, The Road to Fondwa, strong women on film, Tip to tip in NYC, and On the Same Map


February 2009

  • From the desk of Laura Ha, Stanford University activist
  • On the air: Health and Social Justice Video Network
  • Partner in profile: Annie Manjomo, Pharmacy Assistant, Malawi
  • Research notes: Recommendations on stemming the tide of MDR-TB
  • Propagandhi: High-volume and high-energy support for PIH
  • Dateline PIH: Screening for cervical cancer, and a new district hospital, and a new training center
  • Plus: Yes Haiti Can, PDAs help community health workers, Private vs. Public: providing health care to the poor, Learn about macroeconomics, Walk for Haiti, On the Same Map, and Knitting support


January 2009

  • From the desk of Paul Farmer
  • Recommendations for a new Administration and Congress
  • Notes from the field: Training nurses and midwives in Rwanda
  • Apply for a summer internship with PIH
  • Change Haiti can believe in
  • PIH launches online Health and Social Justice Video Network
  • With a little help from our (waddling) friends
  • Dateline PIH: Warm hats and warm support, painting a community, A is for adult literacy, and a congressional visit to Haiti
  • Plus: Running towards hope, freeing imprisoned patients, Wyclef rocks for Haiti, gap years, heroic aid workers, hopes for President Obama, and “This I believe”


December 2008
Reflections and follow up information on 10 important stories covered during 2008, including:

  • After the storms – hurricane devastatation and recovery in Haiti
  • Helping spread community-based care in Rwanda
  • A right to health care: Baby Dumanel undergoes life-changing surgery
  • Slaying the MDR-TB monster in Lesotho
  • Constructing health equity and stitching up poverty in Malawi
  • Report indicts U.S. government and Inter-American Development Bank for violations of the rights to clean water and health in Haiti
  • PACT project takes on diabetes in Boston
  • Promotores juveniles become valuable resources for their communities in Peru
  • Uniting to fight MDR-TB in Russia
  • A building to build skills in Rwanda


November 2008

  • From the desk of Naomi Rosenberg – Can a rock band help the poor in Haiti?
  • Support PIH this holiday season
  • Stitching up poverty – Malawi’s POSER program offers economic opportunities
  • Karabelo’s story – A boy’s battle with tuberculosis and malnutrition
  • Dateline PIH: PIH Russia Rated Top Global Fund Recipient; Breaking the Ultrasound Barrier in Rwanda; Peruvian Women Sew Handicrafts and Hope; and Blood Drive in Malawi
  • On the side: Paul Farmer on Barack Obama; Baby Dumanel; A CNN feature; Op-Ed Article on Haitian Children; On the Same Map in Chicago; and our print newsletter


October 2008

  • Malaria net challenge – Help prevent an outbreak of malaria in hurricane-ravaged Haiti
  • From the desk of Michael Herce, medical resident and PIH volunteer – Haitian medical students are living proof of sustainability
  • House of Hope – PIH Lesotho finds a new home and a bright future for children orphaned by the country's HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis epidemics
  • To fight malaria, APZU blankets Malawi district in bednets
  • Choppers for doctors – Motorcycles help medical workers reach remote mountain communities in Lesotho
  • Dateline PIH: A symposium to push boundaries; a film contest; the IUATLD Conference; and awards for Socios En Salud
  • Plus a film about the recent hurricane destruction in Haiti; the "beast" of foreign aid; Paul Farmer in New Scientist; images of drug-resistant TB; and PIH's traveling photo exhibit


Autumn 2008 Print Newsletter

  • COVER STORY: After the storms—Bringing emergency relief and long-term recovery to flooded communities in Haiti
  • Perspectives: Paul Farmer and Ophelia Dahl reflect on maternal mortality
  • Heroes in Hinche—Zanmi Lasante staff do "whatever it takes"
  • Dealing with HIV and destructive floods
  • Report indicts U.S. government and Inter-American Development Bank for violations of the rights to clean water and health in Haiti
  • To Burera and beyond—Health care and home visits in Rwanda
  • Constructing houses and social and economic equity in Malawi
  • Studies confirm XDR-TB can be cured
  • Slaying the monster—Lesotho's national multidrug-resistant TB program
  • A tale of two communities—Concern unites Greenwich, CT, and Rukira, Rwanda


September 2008

  • October 4: PIH's annual symposium
  • From the Desk of Ermaze Louis Pierre, Social Worker, Haiti
  • From the Desk of Evan Lyon, Physician, Haiti
  • Heroes in Hinche: Two Zanmi Lasante staff do "whatever it takes"
  • A right to health care: Baby Dumanel undergoes a life-changing surgery
  • With a little help from our friends: The Human Race and the First Lady of Rwanda support PIH
  • Plus the Student Global Health Conference, the PIH photo exhibit goes on the road, and Paul Farmer addresses the recent hurricane disaster


August 2008

  • From the desk of Leeroy Moyo
  • A young doctor shares what he’s learned working in the mountains of Lesotho
  • Save the Date! The 15th Annual Thomas J. White Symposium
  • Studies confirm XDR-TB can be cured
  • Village Health Works: Healing people and communities in Burundi
  • Partner in Profile: Sleepless in Lisungwi
  • Whatever it takes: Saving a young patient in Lesotho suffering from a severe fistula
  • Dateline PIH — PIH at the International AIDS Conference and a new training center
  • Plus: Rooms with a view; hoping in Haiti; PIH photo exhibit in Montana and New York City; pizza Mondays support PIH; fighting drug-resistant tuberculosis in Russia; the Health and Human Rights Journal; and a student conference


July 2008

  • From the desk of Elana Hayasaka, Communications Specialist
  • Netting nets to save lives
  • Many partners, more patients: Lesotho's MDR-TB program one year later
  • Profiles from the field: HIV patient and Social Work Assistant in Haiti
  • Dateline PIH: Visits from the Queen and ONE, innovating health information systems, the International AIDS Conference, and adolescents and their parents unite
  • On the side: $48 Billion to fight HIV/AIDS, Siberian prisons, Multimedia Lesotho, and GHDonline


June 2008

  • Profiles from the field: Briston Threemunthu, Village Health Worker, Malawi
  • From the desk of Suzanne Battit, PIH Director of Development
  • Haitian nurses train in Boston
  • Report indicts U.S. government and Inter-American Development Bank for violations in Haiti
  • Clinical trials needed to fight drug-resistant TB
  • Dateline PIH: Fresh cinnamon buns, a new Spanish-language MDR TB guide, and MDR TB training seminars for former Soviet countries
  • On the side: Health and Human Rights—Online; Boston Globe featuresPIH Medical Director; Photo exhibit features PIH HIV patients in Haiti; Tackling diseases electronically; and Questioning the history of Haiti


May 2008

  • From the desk of Donna Barry, Advocacy and Policy Manager
  • Fighting hunger and malnutrition in Haiti
  • With a lot of help from our friends
  • Dateline PIH: "Run for Women," motorcycles in Lesotho, heart surgery for a Haitian boy
  • On the side: PIH takes over 60 Minutes, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe, and Democracy NOW!


April 2008

  • PIH to be featured on 60 Minutes!
  • From the desk of Peter Drobac, Physician, Rwanda
  • PIHMO: Adding resources, sharing the model
  • Addressing skeptics and raising $1 million: The annual FACE AIDS spring conference
  • Profiles from the field: Sori Santana, DOT Specialist, Boston
  • Dateline PIH: Emails from Lesotho, a new children's library, fighting pediatric HIV (and flying snakes), and MDR-TB seminars
  • On the side: In the news, a food crisis, and the PIH Student Listserv


March 2008

  • From the desk of Hind Satti, MDR-TB Program Director, PIH Lesotho
  • Bringing smiles to Haiti
  • Partners in Profile: François Musatsi, Rwandan HIV patient
  • Men vs. AIDS: Men join the battle to fight AIDS in Lesotho
  • Dateline PIH: New tailors, movies under the stars, training accompagnateurs
  • On the side: Whack TB, "Prisons" for TB, Upcoming events, Pizza Mondays


February 2008

  • From the desk of Andrew Marx: Look for PIH on 60 Minutes on CBS
  • Partners in Profile: Katiuska Chalco, nurse in Peru
  • Accompagnateurs 101: Training community health workers
  • Dateline PIH: Rwanda scale-up milestone; Stanford dance marathon; and more
  • On the side: World TB Day; PEPFAR reauthorization; Mountains Beyond Mountains


January 2008

  • From the desk of Jen Furin, PIH Lesotho Country Director
  • Teaching how to deliver global health
  • Partner Profile: Blaise Bucyibaruta, Assistant Director of Pediatrics, Rwanda
  • Warm support from an icy cold sea
  • Paul Farmer and Jim Kim on health care and the world's children
  • Dateline PIH: Project updates from all over
  • Face AIDS Facebook group shoots for $50,000 donation for PIH
  • Help fight rheumatic heart disease in Rwanda
  • Watch the video of PIH's annual symposium
  • An interview with Ophelia Dahl, PIH Executive Director
  • In the news: Dirt meals become a staple for Haiti's poorest
  • Students for PIH Listserv: How effective is the Peace Corps?


December 2007

  • From the desk of Ian Warthin, PIH Procurement Program Assistant
  • Battling HIV/AIDS: World AIDS Day brings a cause for celebration
  • Dateline PIH: Project updates from all over
  • PIH rated top charity for saving lives
  • Choppers for doctors in Lesotho
  • Battling drug-resistant tuberculosis in Russia
  • From Students for PIH listserv: Summer internships and travel


November 2007

  • From the desk of Archie Ayeh, Rural Initiative Project Coordinator, PIH Lesotho
  • With a little help from our friends: the Artist, the Athlete, and the Seller
  • APHA Conference: Impenetrable bastion or agent of change?
  • Research Notes: New initiative to combat STI’s in Latin America and the Caribbean
  • Making noise and new commitments at IUATLD Conference in South Africa
  • Dateline PIH: Project updates from all over
  • Do you know your HIV status?
  • Blogging for Global Health and Delivery
  • From Students for PIH listserv: Origins of HIV


Autumn/Winter 2007 Print Newsletter

  • COVER STORIES:
    More mountains beyond – PIH scales new heights in Lesotho
    Honoring Ti Jean – 1971-2006
  • AIDS patient is motorcycle messenger of hope
  • Planned giving counsel now available to consult with donors to PIH
  • Campus activists aim to raise $1 million for Partners In Health
  • Cyclists pedal cross-country to help PIH
  • Snapshot updates – every picture tells a story
  • PIH launches new website and electronic news bulletin


October 2007

  • From the desk of Perry Dougherty, Executive Assistant for Ophelia Dahl
  • Botsabelo Hospital opens in Lesotho
  • Conference explores the intersection of health, nutrition, and food security
  • Guts, glory, global health, and the nitty-gritty of student activism
  • PIH volunteers help Arcade Fire spread awareness to Indie rock fans
  • Massachusetts Governer appoints PIH Medical Director UN Day Chair
  • Support groups help children affected by HIV
  • Dateline PIH: Project updates from all over
  • From Students for PIH listserv


Autumn 2007 Print Newsletter

  • COVER STORY: Rwanda scales up PIH model as national rural health system
  • Perspectives: Paul Farmer bets on Rwanda
  • EMR technology supports Rwanda scale-up
  • Zanmi Lasante hosts forum on health and human rights
  • Giving Rwandan children new heart valves and hope
  • Remembering Cynthia Lee Gray
  • Community-based care reduces severe malaria among children
  • Snapshot updates - every picture tells a story
  • Annual Partners In Health Symposium - Saturday October 13


September 2007

  • From the desk of Joia Mukherjee, PIH Medical Director and Director of the IHSJ
  • Action Alert: Cancel Haiti debt fast!
  • Annual PIH Symposium
  • PIH's 20th Anniversary Photo Exhibit
  • Haiti forum focuses on Women's Health
  • New men's clinic in Lesotho encourages HIV testing
  • PIH strategizes at conferences in Tbilisi
  • PIH doctor named new chair of Green Light Committee
  • Dateline PIH: Project updates from all over
  • From Students for PIH listserv


August 2007

  • From the desk of David Walton, physician working with PIH projects in Haiti
  • PIH celebrates first anniversary in Lesotho
  • Photo exhibit honors PIH's 20 years of health and social justice
  • Hope and new heart valves: PIH helps Rwandan children get health care in Sudan
  • MDR-TB program off and running in Lesotho
  • Advocating health and social justice at U.S. Social Forum in Atlanta
  • Dateline PIH: Project updates from all over
  • Arcade Fire reignites tour and aid for PIH
  • From Students for PIH listserv


July 2007

  • From the desk of Paul Farmer, PIH Co-Founder
  • President Bill Clinton visits PIH's partners in Malawi
  • Research Notes: Community-based care helps reduce severe cases of malaria
  • Supporting PIH through cycling and jewelry making
  • Dateline PIH: Project updates from all over
  • Food crisis in Lesotho
  • Students for PIH Listserv


Summer 2007 Print Newsletter

  • COVER STORY: Socios En Salud tackles HIV-TB co-infection in Peru
  • Perspectives: Paul Farmer reflects on human values and human rights
  • PIH's Right to Health Care program
  • Remembering Ethel Levy
  • PIH ramps up advocacy efforts
  • PIH receives $3 million grant to develop model for treating XDR-TB
  • From suitcases to shipping containers – PIH scales up procurement and delivery
  • A doctor's journal: Home visit in the mountains of Lesotho
  • SELF help brings solar power to PIH clinics in rural Rwanda
  • Now we are 20 – PIH marks 20th anniversary


June 2007

  • From the desk of Ed Cardoza, PIH Director of Development
  • Rwanda goes solar
  • Dateline PIH: Project updates from all over
  • New listserv for students!
  • Cycling across America to support PIH
  • Snow storms in Africa?


May 2007

  • From the desk of Todd McCormack, PIH Co-Founder
  • Right to Health Care: Doing whatever it takes
  • FACE AIDS builds student movement for health and social justice


April 2007

  • From the desk of Ted Constan, PIH Program Manager
  • PIH ramps up advocacy work
  • High schools take action for social justice
  • Taking a stance: Drug licensing dispute in Thailand


Winter 2006

  • COVER STORY: From Gonaïves to New Orleans:
    Reflections on the Gulf Coast Tragedy
  • Harvesting Hope: Zanmi Lasante's Agricultural Initiatives in Rural Haiti
  • Information and Communication Technologies for Resource-Poor Settings
  • Update from Inshuti Mu Buzima
  • Señora Flor of Lima, Peru
  • Health for All: The Second People's Health Assembly in Cuenca, Ecuador
  • Email from Haiti
  • Our Creative Fundraisers
  • Hilton and BCBSMA Awards
  • Jim Kim returns to DSMHI and PIH


Winter/Spring 2005

  • COVER STORY: Why Rwanda?
  • Women's Health in Haiti
    - Preventing the Jènm Maladi
    - Expanding the Proje Sante Fanm
  • New Clinic in Amatán
  • TB Training in Russia
  • PACT Relocates
  • 1000 x 1000 Update
  • Recent Events


Summer/Autumn 2004

  • COVER STORY: Home Visits in Platanal: A Doctor's Journal
  • Exhuming the Truth in Guatemala
  • The First Annual Urban Walk for Haiti
  • New Community Center in Peru
  • Boucan Carré Dedication
  • Fuerza Youth: Healthy Choices for Boston Teens
  • The Seeds of Hope: Zanmi Lasante Paris
  • Recent Events


Winter 2004

  • COVER STORY: Treating Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis in Russia
  • Zanmi Lasante’s General Assembly: Celebrating 21 Years of Solidarity
  • Don’t Forget the Suitcase!
  • Haitian Red Cross Launches New Blood Bank in Central Plateau
  • A First-Year Medical Student’s Seven Weeks in Boucan Carré
  • PIH/ZL and Fonkoze: A New Partnership in Haiti
  • The 3 by 5 Initiative: 3 Million People on HIV/ AIDS Treatment by the End of 2005


Summer 2003

  • COVER STORY: A New Generation of Doctors
  • "Thanks to This Disease" – Benito’s Story of Hope
  • The United Nations Millennium Development Goals Project
  • A Community-based Approach to Improving HIV Prevention and Access to Care in Boston’s Inner City
  • Partners In Health at the World Health Organization
  • Right to Health Care
  • Paul Farmer’s Heinz “Human Condition” Award

June 2010

  • PIH co-founder Paul Farmer honors our Mamito, Mme. Yolande Lafontant, the "mother" of PIH's Haitian sister organization, Zanmi Lasante
  • PIH clinics in Port-au-Prince log over 100,000 patient visits
  • Join the PIH online community
  • PIH Kazakhstan holds its first training
  • Q & A on sociolegal accompaniment in Guatemala
  • A right to health care: Sanley Jean
  • An early harvest
  • A Father's Day Slideshow
  • Plus: Fighting hunger in Haiti, Mental health in Haiti's recovery, Revolutionizing medicine, Proving it can be done, Getting her goat, and Tackling TB in Mexico.