By Ashley Mogg

/ July 7, 2017

A milestone year, thanks to you

Mark Brender, National Director PIH Canada The end of June marks the close of our fiscal year, which I always...

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By Ashley Mogg

/ June 23, 2017

Celebrating 10 years of Partnership in Neno District, Malawi

Katie Cundale, Research Fellow Partners In Health | Abwenzi Pa Za Umoyo On Friday the 16th of June, Abwenzi Pa...

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By Ashley Mogg

/ May 30, 2017

The hypocrisy of “cost-effective” care

Mark Brender, National Director PIH Canada When speaking about Partners In Health, depending on the audience, we may talk about...

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By Ashley Mogg

/ April 12, 2017

Pitching Global Health to a Justice Minister

Mark Brender, National Director PIH Canada As international NGOs and advocates for increased foreign assistance budgets, we do ourselves a...

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By Ashley Mogg

/ April 7, 2017

The healing power of a strong health system

Adam Graham Senior Manager, Programs and Development Every year, the World Health Organization sets aside April 7th for World Health...

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By Ashley Mogg

/ February 20, 2017

World Day of Social Justice: From Cynicism to Solidarity

By: Ashley Mogg “Join the movement!” The rallying cry of non-profits, corporations, and sports teams, these three words have been...

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By Ashley Mogg

/ February 6, 2017

Malawi: After a devastating fire, a community rebuilds

By: Adam Graham Senior Manager, Programs and Development, PIH Canada I’m going to ask you to indulge me in a...

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By Ashley Mogg

/ January 12, 2017

One young girl’s story, and the example it sets

By: Mark Brender To generate impact and emotional pull, we are told, one is better than one million. Nothing beats...

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By Ashley Mogg

/ December 12, 2016

A healthy take on human rights

Mark Brender National Director, PIH Canada This past Saturday was Human Rights Day, in recognition of the United Nations’ adoption...

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By Ashley Mogg

/ December 1, 2016

On World AIDS Day: Silence no more

By: Adam Graham Adam Graham Senior Manager, Programs and Development, PIH Canada Silence equals death. It’s a prophetic and foreboding...

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By Ashley Mogg

/ November 16, 2016

Women, Children, and Adolescents Health: We have the numbers. It’s time to act.

By: Adam Graham Adam Graham Senior Manager, Programs and Development, PIH Canada Every day millions of women, children, and adolescents...

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By Ashley Mogg

/ October 18, 2016

Response in Haiti needs Historical Context

By: Mark Brender My range of emotions two weeks after the devastation of Hurricane Matthew: Sadness and grief at the loss...

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By Ashley Mogg

/ August 16, 2016

Fishing for solutions

By: Mark Brender It’s the first fish story of development: “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a...

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By Ashley Mogg

/ July 19, 2016

“The Visit is the Medication”

By: Mark Brender Community health worker Marcela Perez helps her patient Mariano (left) take his medications and ensures he makes...

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By Ashley Mogg

/ June 30, 2016

It starts with inspiration.

By: Mark Brender Mark Brender National Director, PIH Canada One of the great privileges of working at Partners In Health...

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