10 Years in Rwanda: Leaders Reflect
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Listen as Ophelia Dahl, chair of Partners In Health’s board and former executive director, tells the story of PIH’s involvement in Rwanda and some of its successes over the last decade. PIH and its sister organization, Inshuti Mu Buzima, work in partnership with Rwanda’s Ministry of Health.
Partners In Health is launching a new initiative in Rwanda—the University of Global Health Equity.
Doctors and nurses from across Rwanda gathered at Rwinkwavu District Hospital this spring, aiming to walk away with an understanding of the country’s new neonatal care package.
Rwanda's Ministry of Health and PIH/IMB have started a clinic for infants at high risk of death and developmental delays. The clinic also helps caregivers support and improve development for these babies.
Dr. Paul Farmer writes on the inequities of healthcare funding in "Who Lives and Who Dies," published February 5, 2015, in the London Review of Books.
From South America to West Africa to Siberia, Partners In Health and its sister organizations are marking another year spent providing a preferential health care option for the poor. Here's a glimpse into our efforts during 2014, represented by quotes from patients and staff members across our sites.