Meet Sheila Sheila Chipenge is 14 years old, living with type 1 diabetes in rural Malawi. When Sheila first began to experience symptoms, she struggled to find an accurate diagnosis. She was finally diagnosed by Partners In Health’s sister organization in Malawi, Abwenzi Pa Za Umoyo (APZU) in June 2014 and has been managing her […]
Meet Nimiya Nimiya Ziwoya is a 40-year-old woman living in the rural district of Neno in Malawi. When Nimiya was seven months pregnant, she noticed that her legs were swollen and she was finding it difficult to breathe. She then went to the local hospital, where she was referred to Neno District Hospital, which is […]
Meet Enock Enock Maloya is a young man living in Neno, a rural district in the southern region of Malawi. Dr. Grant Gonani is one of his doctors, a mental health specialist who works at Abwenzi Pa Za Umoyo (APZU), Partners In Health’s sister organization in Malawi. Enock benefits from consistent clinical care and supervision […]
From 2017-2020, Partners In Health will be collaborating with Helmsley Charitable Trust on a $12 million partnership to support increased access to type 1 diabetes and integrated NCD care across four PIH sites in sub-Saharan Africa and Haiti.
Accessible NCD and injury treatment for the poorest billion people is a priority for Partners In Health, an organization that has long focused on providing a preferential option for the poor. Located in rural districts of countries such as Haiti, Rwanda, and Malawi, PIH is uniquely poised to treat those faced with the diseases and risk factors of poverty.