Partners in Health
Partners in Health’s mission is to work with communities and governments worldwide to end the injustice of extreme poverty and suffering from disease and ill health. Their mission vision is a world where the poor achieve the highest possible standards of health and wellbeing, no matter where they live or what their circumstances.
In May 2022, Partners in Health will commemorate its 40th anniversary. To celebrate this momentous occasion, we have set a goal to raise $40 million over the next four years. These funds will be used to support our work around the world and continue our commitment to providing quality health care for all.
Partners in Health is an international non-profit organization that provides healthcare to some of the world's poorest and most vulnerable people. We believe that everyone deserves access to quality healthcare, regardless of who they are or where they live.
Partners in Health unites healthcare by providing quality care to all, no matter who they are or where they live. By providing healthcare services to those who need it most, we hope to build a lasting legacy of hope for future generations. Our work is made possible through the generous support of our donors and partners. Thank you for helping us make a difference!
A New Model for Philanthropy
In 2002, Dr. Paul Farmer and his colleagues at Partners In Health (PIH) launched an ambitious experiment in global health delivery. The goal was to see if it was possible to provide quality medical care to the world’s poorest people on a large scale.
Perspectives on Philanthropy
As we look ahead to the next decade, it's clear that the world needs more than ever before. That's why Partners in Health is committed to working with like-minded organizations to improve health outcomes for communities around the world. By 2022, we aim to provide quality health care to 1 million people and train 10,000 health care workers. We know that this is an ambitious goal, but we also know that it's achievable with the right partners by our side.
The Power of Community
In the United States, we often think of ourselves as independent individuals. We are taught to be self-sufficient and to pull ourselves up by our bootstraps. But the truth is, we cannot do it alone. We are interdependent beings, and we need each other to survive and thrive.