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Partners In Health
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In Liberia, we trained a local woodworking team to refurbish PIH hospitals with furniture made from sustainably harvested rubber trees. They crafted this ornament to say thanks for all you've helped them accomplish.

Get your handmade ornament, which doubles as a phone and tablet stand, with your gift of $50 today: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Partners In Health
yesterday at 20:20. Facebook
PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Thirteen-year-old Kachonga Dieu Merci recently celebrated two years of remission after battling stage three Hodgkin’s lymphoma. He’s seen for a routine checkup by Dr. Alexis Manirakiza, an oncology pediatrician at Butaro Hospital’s Cancer Center of Excellence in Rwanda. Throughout his illness, Dieu Merci and his mother, Tyty Malwira, traveled back and forth to Butaro from...
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Partners In Health
yesterday at 01:00. Facebook
If HIV-positive women are given antiretroviral therapy while pregnant and breastfeeding, the chance of them passing the virus to their babies can be less than 1 percent.

Inside PIH's fight for a generation of HIV-free children: [ Bit.ly Link ] #WorldAIDSDay
Partners In Health
12/01/2016 at 22:15. Facebook
"We are convinced that the elusive goal of a generation free of HIV/AIDS is within reach." -- PIH Chief Medical Officer Dr. Joia Mukherjee #WorldAIDSDay

Pictured: Community health worker Lucrecia M. Sherman visits the home of HIV patient Lucy Farr in Harper, Liberia.

World AIDS Day 2016: On the Road to an AIDS-Free Generation

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Partners In Health
12/01/2016 at 19:04. Facebook
Join us live as Dr. Joia Mukherjee and Dr. Sara Stulac talk about PIH’s plans to work toward an HIV-free generation. #WorldAIDSDay
Partners In Health
12/01/2016 at 17:05. Facebook
For 30 years, we've led the way toward an HIV-free generation. Join us. #WorldAIDSDay
Partners In Health
11/30/2016 at 22:00. Facebook
Thank you for supporting us this Giving Tuesday, from Dr. Paul Farmer, and all of us at Partners In Health.
Partners In Health
11/30/2016 at 02:00. Facebook
Shelove Julmiste lost her lower left leg after being trapped in rubble in Haiti’s 2010 earthquake. She worked with PIH’s rehab team, learned to walk again, and now works in PIH's rehab center in Mirebalais. She is an advocate for people who feel: ‘I can’t do this.’

#WomenWill turn challenges into opportunities to help others. Support women like Shelove here, and your gift will be doubled...
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Partners In Health
11/29/2016 at 22:10. Facebook
Through midnight tonight, gifts to PIH are doubled! Now is the time to give: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Partners In Health
11/29/2016 at 17:00. Facebook
Eclampsia is one of the top killers of pregnant mothers. But a simple $35 treatment can save the lives of mothers like Rachael and her baby Rose in Liberia.

Today, for #GivingTuesday, donations are doubled up to $350,000. Give your lifesaving gift now: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Partners In Health
11/29/2016 at 13:00. Facebook
All donations to PIH are doubled today! That means $100 can support not one, but two, skilled birth attendants to ensure babies are delivered safely in our clinics. Give here: [ Bit.ly Link ]

#WomenWill provide lifesaving care to our patients every day. Help them do this critical work.
Partners In Health
11/29/2016 at 01:00. Facebook
Nursing director Marther Greain has worked at Liberia’s National Tuberculosis Annex since the 1980s. For decades, she’s managed with few staff and supplies, yet she continues to press on. Where others might be tired, she looks impatient to get her patients the care they deserve.

#WomenWill get the job done, despite obstacles. Help women like Marther today, and your gift will be doubled: [...
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Partners In Health
11/28/2016 at 21:00. Facebook
This Wednesday, Dr. Paul Farmer will get on the phone with supporters from around the world to give updates on the lifesaving work you make possible! Reserve your spot now: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Partners In Health
11/28/2016 at 17:00. Facebook
Just $25 buys a safe delivery kit for one of our clinics. And since all gifts are matched today, you'll be helping twice as many moms in need.

#WomenWill raise the next generation. Help us make sure they have what they need to thrive: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Partners In Health
11/28/2016 at 14:00. Facebook
Make twice the impact! Starting now, all #CyberMonday and #GivingTuesday donations to PIH are doubled. Give here to provide twice the lifesaving health care: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Partners In Health
11/27/2016 at 19:00. Facebook
Yabom Koroma lost her father, her husband, two of her children, and her father-in-law to the Ebola epidemic. She survived the disease. Now she works in an orphanage, taking care of children. She says it felt like it was exactly where she needed to be.

#WomenWill persevere through hardship, while lifting others around them up. Support women like Yabom: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Partners In Health
11/27/2016 at 15:00. Facebook
When given the tools to succeed, #womenwill lift up entire communities. How PIH is proudly supporting women around the world: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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Partners In Health
11/26/2016 at 20:00. Facebook
PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Miss Asmine Pierre holds the hand of malnutrition patient Ferlanda Louis, 2, outside the girl's home in Boucan Carré, Haiti. Miss Pierre is a malnutrition nurse with Partners In Health, known locally as Zanmi Lasante.
Partners In Health
11/26/2016 at 16:00. Facebook
This is more than a onesie. It's a gift of critical health care to the world's most vulnerable moms and babies. Get yours here: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Your gift of $35 will help our staff provide care to moms and babies in need around the world. And to say thanks, we'll send you this PIH onesie in time for the holidays.
Community health worker Betty John makes house calls in the Navajo Nation to patients with chronic illnesses such as hypertension and diabetes. When they aren't home, she drives around until she finds them. There is little she wouldn’t do for her patients. She chops wood for them if they need it.

#WomenWill do what it takes to care for those in their community. Support women like Betty John:
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