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Partners In Health

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Global Health
Social Justice
Our mission is to provide a preferential option for the poor in health care.
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At its basic level, social justice is the equitable distribution of wealth, opportunities and privileges for all people, especially underserved and marginalized populations. While this is important in America, it is also a basic, crucial need for people in developing countries. In each community, the oppressed and the oppressors vary. The drive for social justice exists everywhere, but every community has its unique needs to achieve equity. Our charity partners understand the need for local change when doing social justice work on a worldwide scale. In many countries, heightened punishments and human rights violations make the stakes higher and the...

Charity Photos

  • Title: Sierre Leone Moderate Acute Malnutrition Program
  • Charity: Partners In Health
  • Country: Sierra Leone
  • Photo Credit: Maya Brownstein / PIH

  • Title: Malawi- Sickle cell patient visits clinic in Neno District
  • Charity: Partners In Health
  • Country: Malawi
  • Photo Credit: Karin Schermbrucker/ Slingshot Media for Partners In Health

  • Title: Navajo Nation- Community Health Representative visits high-risk patient
  • Charity: Partners In Health
  • Country: Navajo Nation, USA
  • Photo Credit: Cecille Joan Avila

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Itumeleng Nkhabu, a 48-year-old widow, contracted tuberculosis (TB) in 2003. Then again in 2011. That was not the last time she got sick. In 2018, she was diagnosed with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB), a severe form of the respiratory disease.