A fledgling group of unstoppable health advocates took on a seemingly impossible mission: global health equity. Harvard medical student Paul Farmer, idealistic physician Jim Yong Kim, and activist Ophelia Dahl successfully raised funding and opened a clinic in 1980s Haiti. Through cultural sensitivity, listening skills, local partnerships, and home visits, the revolutionary Partners In Health was born.

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  • peace w baxter

    I have supported PIH for years..seeing this brief trailer reminds me to give again...and again. It is a group of people who passionately care for those who have so little help. Paul Farmer's story is compelling and ongoing. He blesses all who he ministers to.

  • Sr Marilyn Lacey

    Everything! One person with a vision CAN improve lives around the world...

  • Francine

    Paul's passion for helping the poor is boundless. An amazing person!

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  • Learn more about Partners In Health, a community health model that has rescued millions of lives. Its approach, and the intrepid team that envisioned it, have transformed global health.
  • Read about Agnès Binagwaho, the former Health Minister of Rwanda, who helped transform Rwanda's health system.
  • "It's about hope, and rejecting despair and cynicism." How can you absorb this message in thinking about the poor and disenfranchised all over the world?

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