Everyone should have access to quality health care. But for millions around the world, that’s not the reality.

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50% of people across the globe lack access to essential health care.
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99% of maternal deaths happen in developing countries.
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Each day, 15,000 children die before reaching their fifth birthday.
Map of the world highlighting the countries in which PIH works

PIH's Global Impact

With your support, Partners In Health delivers health care to the world’s poorest places, partnering with local governments to bring about global change. Last year, the PIH global network provided:

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1.6 million outpatient visits in our clinics.
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1 million women’s health checkups around the world.
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Over 800,000 home visits conducted by community health workers.

"Ever time that we have turned our attention to an intractable problem, it has proven to be quite tractable." - Dr. Paul Farmer

Watch PIH co-founder Dr. Paul Farmer’s interview on the Bloomberg TV Big Decisions segment exploring his journey with PIH from early beginnings in Haiti to fighting Ebola in Liberia and Sierra Leone.

Meet Fanta

When Fanta found out she was pregnant, she feared the worst. PIH helped her deliver safely.


Safe births globally in 2018​

Meet Lovenyou

1 in 5 children in Haiti is starving. Lovenyou used to be among then, until PIH Stepped in to help.


Haitian children treated yearly for malnutrition

Meet Agnes

Roughly 10% of adults in Malawi live with HIv, including agnes. pih connected her with lifesaving CARE.


People Receiving HIV treatment yearly

Meet Melquiades

When we met Melquiades, he was on the verge of death. Now he's a global advocate for tuberculosis patients.


Patients in Peru on TB treatment in 2018

To learn more about the focus areas of PIH Canada, visit our programs page.

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