Partners In Health
Partners In Health
07/25/2017 at 21:10. Facebook
We won't stop fighting for the right to health care, here at home and around the world. Join us: [ Bit.ly Link ]
We won't stop fighting for the right to health care here at

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Partners In Health
Partners In Health
07/24/2017 at 21:00. Facebook
The new Neno Clinic in Malawi will provide an expanded set of services and a more dignified space to see patients. We need your help to build it.

Donate now: [ Bit.ly Link ]
The new Neno Clinic in Malawi will provide an expanded set of

Neno Clinic: Filling a need

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Partners In Health
Partners In Health
07/23/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
What the U.S. can learn about health care from other countries—including Rwanda, where PIH has worked for 11 years.

Read more about the global fight to make health care accessible: [ Nyti.ms Link ]
What the U S can learn about health care from other countries—including

In Health Care, Republicans Could Learn From Rwanda

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Partners In Health
Partners In Health
07/22/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Children living in flood-affected areas north of Lima, Peru, participate in activities organized by Partners In Health. Staff and volunteers also conducted mental health screenings for adults.
PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Children living in flood affected areas north of

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Partners In Health
Partners In Health
07/21/2017 at 13:30. Facebook
Neno Clinic in Malawi would provide comprehensive health services to 160,000 people each year. We need your help to build it.

Chip in to help raise the funds by our July 31 deadline, and become an official PIH building partner. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Neno Clinic in Malawi would provide comprehensive health services to 160 000

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Ira May
Partners In Health
Partners In Health
07/20/2017 at 15:48. Facebook
“Bending the Arc ... transcends the colossal power of its own story to show how individual beings, one step at a time, can right the course of inequality and injustice.”

News, reviews, and screening information for the new documentary about Partners In Health, Bending the Arc Film: [ Bit.ly Link ]
“Bending the Arc transcends the colossal power of its own story to

New Documentary Follows PIH

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Ursula Kajani
Peg Graham
Partners In Health
Partners In Health
07/20/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
Partners In Health CEO Dr. Gary Gottlieb watches community health workers perform an educational skit in Chiapas, Mexico, last year. #TBT
Partners In Health CEO Dr Gary Gottlieb watches community health workers perform

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One of the first patients that Dr. Emily Wroe met in Malawi was a mother with rheumatic heart disease. “Normally people like her can’t climb a flight of stairs. This woman walked seven hours to the clinic.”

How the new Neno Clinic would help thousands access comprehensive care in just one visit: [ Bit.ly Link ]
One of the first patients that Dr Emily Wroe met in Malawi

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Ever wonder what it's like to work with Dr. Paul Farmer? His research assistant, Katie Kralievits, writes about her global health journey and offers advice for students interested in breaking into the field: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Pictured: Farmer and Kralievits work while traveling to J.J. Dossen Hospital in Harper, Liberia, on a U.N. helicopter.
Ever wonder what it's like to work with Dr Paul Farmer His

Working in Global Health: Katie Kralievits

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Nali Julia
Ayesha Akhtar
Thank you to Ride OnePulse, whose bicyclists are currently riding 800 miles across Malawi to raise money for Partners In Health's work in the country. Click here to learn more about their work and fundraising for PIH: [ Rideonepulse.org Link ]
Thank you to Ride OnePulse whose bicyclists are currently riding 800 miles

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"The fight for health as a human right, a fight with real promise, has so far been plagued by failures. Failure because we are chronically short of resources. Failure because we are too often at the mercy of those with the power and money to decide the fates of hundreds of millions. Failure because ill health, as we have learned again and again, is more often than not a symptom of poverty and... View more »
"The fight for health as a human right a fight with real

Dr. Paul Farmer: Health Is A Human Right

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Jan Isherwood
Hindy Meredith
Miguelito, who was diagnosed with microcephaly, is enrolled in Proyecto Casita, a program that provides support to families with children at risk of developmental delay in Lima, Peru. A community health worker also supports Miguelito and his mother, Mariela, in accessing his doctor's appointments and medicines.
Miguelito who was diagnosed with microcephaly is enrolled in Proyecto Casita a

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“The relationships patients have with their doctor is short. Control of chronic diseases is for the long term. It really depends on a strong relationship with the community health worker.” — Dr. Rodrigo Bazúa
“The relationships patients have with their doctor is short Control of chronic

Community Health Worker Program Expands in Chiapas

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Urgent: Tell Congress to reject the revised health care bill: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Urgent: Tell Congress to reject the revised health care bill:

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John Blackburn
Stanley R Chassagne
PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Six-year-old Frank Mugisha* draws on his bed as his aunt, Xavera Mukagatere, sits beside him at the Butaro Cancer Center in Rwanda. Frank just completed 30 months of treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

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PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Six year old Frank Mugisha draws on his

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A week-long lab training, attended by 11 PIH staff members from eight sites around the world, will improve our clinicians' ability to quickly and accurately diagnose diseases like tuberculosis, HIV, and leukemia. Learn more: [ Bit.ly Link ]
A week long lab training attended by 11 PIH staff members from

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Congress is back in session today, and could vote to slash health care for the poorest Americans at any time. Welcome back the Senate by telling them to protect health care for all: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Congress is back in session today and could vote to slash health

Urge the Senate: Defend U.S. Health Care!

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Across 5,000 sparsely populated square miles of southeast Liberia, three PIH clinicians are meeting mentally ill patients where they are, treating illnesses that had previously gone undiagnosed.
Across 5 000 sparsely populated square miles of southeast Liberia three PIH

Three Clinicians Bring Pioneering Mental Health Services to Liberia

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PHOTO OF THE WEEK: At a ceremony celebrating 10 years of PIH's work in Malawi, a support group for patients in Neno District performs a skit about HIV awareness.
PHOTO OF THE WEEK: At a ceremony celebrating 10 years of PIH's

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When massive floods struck Peru this spring, Simeona and her family lost their home and all their possessions in a mudslide. The family, which includes Simeona's children and grandchildren, was forced to live temporarily in a tent, with only one bed and no electricity or running water. PIH's team in Peru donated and helped install a new prefabricated home so that Simeona and her family could... View more »
When massive floods struck Peru this spring Simeona and her family lost

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