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Turning Adversity into Advocacy Following At-Risk Pregnancy

Why PIHer Armah Quist started a feminist organization for young girls, women in Sierra Leone Armah Quist, 30, is a multidrug-resistant tuberculosis program officer at Partners In Health-supported Lakka Government Hospital, Sierra Leone’s only dedicated tuberculosis hospital and the country’s first facility to provide care for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis, located on the Read more…

Patients sit in a waiting area for a new integrate care clinic

Research: Integrated Care Improving Outcomes for Patients in Rural Malawi

Integrating care for HIV and non-communicable diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, and mental illness is making treatment more accessible and effective in Neno District  Bringing patients for hypertension, diabetes and other non-communicable diseases under one roof for treatment that’s intertwined with HIV care is significantly improving outcomes in rural Malawi, a Read more…

Ayumi Williams (left), a mother of two, receiving counselling from Luke Kruger Jr. (right) prior to taking her injection at the youth-friendly center at Pleebo Health Center in Maryland County, Liberia. (Photo by Marian Roberts/PIH)

Youth-Friendly Centers Provide Safe Space for Reproductive Health Care Services in Liberia

The centres offer contraception methods to prevent unplanned pregnancies and STIs, individual counselling sessions, and social support  Over the past two years, 20-year-old Comfort Cheebo has never missed an appointment for her birth control shots, which are injected every three months. That’s because she doesn’t want an unplanned pregnancy to Read more…

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