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Claudine Humure lost her parents in the Rwandan genocide and half of her right leg to bone cancer, for which PIH helped her get treatment. Now, she's a graduate of Wheaton College, determined to deliver state-of-the-art prosthetics to those in need in developing countries.
Claudine Humure lost her parents in the Rwandan genocide and half of

Gelzinis: Rwandan orphan’s amazing journey

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Partners In Health
Partners In Health
05/23/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
"Slowly, you can see change." Pacifique Ntirenganya on working with PIH in Liberia: [ Bit.ly Link ]
"Slowly you can see change" Pacifique Ntirenganya on working with PIH in Liberia:
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Partners In Health
Partners In Health
05/22/2017 at 21:00. Facebook
We asked what message you'd like to see on our new tote bags, and "Health care is a human right!" was chosen as the winner! It's a statement that has guided our work over the last 30 years.

Get your tote bag today with a donation of $50, and support the right to health care for all: [ Bit.ly Link ]
We asked what message youd like to see on our new tote
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Partners In Health
Partners In Health
05/21/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
In the six months since Hurricane Matthew struck Haiti, we've worked to vaccinate against and treat cholera, supported a hospital in the south, and provided critical mental health services: [ Bit.ly Link ]
In the six months since Hurricane Matthew struck Haiti weve worked to
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Partners In Health
05/20/2017 at 14:30. Facebook
PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Nutrition Program Coordinator Ms. Esther Mahotiere walks to a malnutrition patient's home in Boucan Carré, Haiti.
PHOTO OF THE WEEK Nutrition Program Coordinator Ms Esther Mahotiere walks to
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Partners In Health
Partners In Health
05/19/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
"No task is too small. And that’s because the mission of the organization continues to motivate me every day and in every aspect of my role."

Katie Kralievits writes about her job as research assistant to Dr. Paul Farmer and provides advice to new graduates looking to break into the global health field.
No task is too small And thats because the mission of the

Working in Global Health: Katie Kralievits

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Partners In Health
Partners In Health
05/18/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Today we join our friends and colleagues in Haiti in celebrating #HaitianFlagDay, and in honoring the history and spirit the flag represents.

Pictured: Last year's Haitian-American Unity Parade in Boston.
Today we join our friends and colleagues in Haiti in celebrating HaitianFlagDay
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We've narrowed it down to four tote bag designs to offer this summer, but need your help to decide! Vote for your favorite here, and we'll unveil the winner next week: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Weve narrowed it down to four tote bag designs to offer this
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In his commencement address yesterday, Dr. Paul Farmer urged graduates at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health to fight for a new model of global health.

Congratulations to all the new graduates! We can't wait to have you join us in the fight for a healthier, more equitable world.
In his commencement address yesterday Dr Paul Farmer urged graduates at the
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For the first time in 50 years, two new drugs are available to patients battling the most trenchant forms of tuberculosis. The clinical trial that's delivering a quicker, less toxic cure to the poorest patients:
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For the first time in 50 years two new drugs are available
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Thank you for sending in so many wonderful messages for new moms-to-be in Sierra Leone, making their first Mother’s Day even more special. We are excited to share with you this beautiful painting and well wishes from Matej Lavrencic, a PIH supporter from Slovenia. Wishing moms all around the world a Happy Mother’s Day from PIH!
Thank you for sending in so many wonderful messages for new momstobe
"Each child (in the malnutrition clinic) made me think of my own three back home. The first thing I wanted to do when I returned was to cook a meal for them, watch them clean their plates, then repeat the process endlessly. The thought alone is a luxury, but it shouldn’t be."

Writer Leslie Friday reflects on meeting malnourished children in Haiti, and how every mother desires the same thing:...
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Each child in the malnutrition clinic made me think of my own

Stevenson’s Story

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PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Isabel* says goodbye to her husband, Angel*, as he leaves to sell snacks in the streets of Lima, Peru. The two were diagnosed with HIV, but never gave up thanks to their will to live and the strength provided them by their two young children. Both children have tested negative for HIV.

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PHOTO OF THE WEEK Isabel says goodbye to her husband Angel as
Whether it's a clinic-based childbirth, a lifesaving c-section, or newborn exams, you can save a life with your Mother's Day gift this year.

Make a gift in honor of a mom in your life: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Whether its a clinicbased childbirth a lifesaving csection or newborn exams you
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#TBT Dr. Paul Farmer's mom, Ginny, and her six children in 1968. (Paul, age 9, is second from the right.) To mothers all over the world, including Ginny, Happy Mother's Day!
TBT Dr Paul Farmers mom Ginny and her six children in 1968
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This Mother's Day, honor your mom by saving the life of another. Just $50 pays for a safe, clinic-based childbirth for a woman in Malawi: [ Bit.ly Link ]
This Mothers Day honor your mom by saving the life of another
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Whether in the form of a new birth waiting home, refurbished hospital, or cutting-edge university, we make long-term commitments to the people we serve: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Whether in the form of a new birth waiting home refurbished hospital
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Honor your mom with a lifesaving gift to a woman in need this Mother’s Day. From a prenatal visit, to a lifesaving c-section, your gift can make a difference: bit.ly/2pThFOe
Honor your mom with a lifesaving gift to a woman in need

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Our new birth waiting homes, which opened in Sierra Leone just in time for Mother's Day, provide a space for expectant mothers to prepare for a safe, attended birth. Learn more: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Our new birth waiting homes which opened in Sierra Leone just in
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To celebrate Nurses Week, we’re thrilled to announce the launch of our Nightingale Fellowship—an executive leadership program for nurses. Viola Karanja, director of nursing in PIH Liberia, will join four nurses from Haiti, Rwanda, and South Dakota for the yearlong program. Learn more about nursing at PIH here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
To celebrate Nurses Week were thrilled to announce the launch of our
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