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5 Unique Aspects of Partners In Health

5 Unique Elements Driving Partners In Health’s Work

The social justice and global health nonprofit’s mission is both medical and moral Posted on Jun 14, 2021 Partners In Health is not an average NGO. PIH founders established the organization more than 30 years ago based on a simple, yet radical, idea: Health care is a human right. We believe

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Working In Global Health: Megan Striplin

PIHer reflects on most meaningful part of her work, what drew her to global health Posted on June 3, 2021 When picturing the people who work in global health, doctors, nurses, and clinical staff likely come to mind. Those standing in labs, sitting at desks, or answering the phone are

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Eric Nam, Tracy Chou, PIH Experts Discuss Racism And Mental Health

Panel explores mental health impact of racism amid COVID-19  Posted on June 1, 2021 Racial violence, police brutality, and other forms of racism don’t just affect the physical safety of Black, Asian, Latinx, and Indigenous people—racism also affects mental health. Yet, for many people of colour, mental health care remains costly, hard to access,

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In Mexico, Midwives Offer Care Rooted In Ancestral Tradition

At Casa Materna, midwives provide holistic care for mothers Posted on May 24, 2021 In Mexico, there are 15,000 traditional midwives, 100 professional midwives and 16,684 graduates in Nursing and Obstetrics, according to 2016 data from the Institute of Public Health. But for many, midwifery is more than just a job. For

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