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WBEZ Chicago: Little Access to Mental Health Services in Developing World

The New York Times: Rwanda’s Health Care Success Story

TEDx Beacon Street: Breaking the Cycle of Failure in Haitian Foreign Aid

Tampa Bay Times: In Haiti, Paul Farmer’s Charity Partners In Health Makes a Difference

Global Post: Little Access to Mental Health Services in Developing World

PBS Newshour: Fighting Cholera, a Dose at a Time

WBUR: Partners In Health Marks 25 Years in the Field

BBC/PRI’s The World: Pink Ribbons to Haiti

PBS Newshour: Long After Earthquake, Haiti Still Feels Devastating Effects of Cholera Epidemic

Real Simple Magazine: A List of Top 10 Charities: Partners In Health

The Huffington Post: Cholera Deaths: The New Norm in Haiti?

PRI’s The World: Haiti Still Reeling from Sandy’s Punch

The Huffington Post: A Definite Cure for Malnutrition

Nursing Spectrum: Nurses Tackle Cancer in Developing Nations

The New York Times Sunday Review: Dignifying Design

The Atlantic: The Moral Medical Mission: Partners In Health, 25 Years On

Time Magazine: The Case for Optimism

HL7 Standards: EMR Goes Global: Partners In Health Brings Technology to Developing Countrie

The Washington Post: Personal Coaches Help Haitian Families Try to Get Out of Poverty

The Boston Globe: Dream Builders Local Volunteers Help Build a Hospital in Haiti

NBC Syracuse: Haitian Boy Says Goodbye to Local Doctor Who Helped Him

NPR: WHO Calls for Emergency Stockpile of Cholera Vaccine

The Boston Globe: Community Health Workers Help HIV Patient Change Attitude, Life

NPR: Cholera Vaccination Test Reached Targets in Haiti

The New York Times: What We Can Learn from Third-World Health Care

Americas Quarterly: Cholera and the Road to Modernity

The Boston Globe: A Boost from Boston in Rwanda’s Cancer Fight

NPR: ‘Treatment as Prevention’ Rises as Cry in HIV Fight

The New York Times: The Coffin-maker Benchmark

NPR: Treating HIV: From Impossible to Halfway There

The New York Times: In Rwanda, Health Care Coverage That Eludes the U.S.

The New York Times: HIV in the Mountain Kingdom

Denver Post: Boulder Firm Giving Condoms to Haitians

The Boston Globe: Building a New Kind of Health Care

Chicago Tribune: Chicago Architect Designs a Beacon for Health Care in Haiti

WBUR: Redefining Health Care As We Know It

Stanford Social Innovation Review: Realigning Health with Care

The New York Times: Hands-on Medical Education in Rwanda

The Concord Monitor: Saving Mothers: Concord Native Works to Cut Maternal Mortality in Africa

The Huffington Post: Why Nurses are the Unsung Heroes of Global Health

The Boston Herald: Hope for Haitian Recovery

The Washington Post: Jim Yong Kim Named World Bank President

ABC News: Haiti Health Workers To Give Cholera Vaccine

Malawi’s First Female President: A Quiet and Earth Shaking Victory Posted: 04/13/2012 7:00 pm

Vaccinations Begin in a Cholera-Ravaged Haiti

Vaccination Against Cholera Finally Begins in Haiti

Jim Kim’s Humility Would Serve World Bank Well

The Haiti-Boston Connection: Union Workers from Massachusetts Help Build a New Teaching Hospital

Haitian Cholera Epidemic in Wake of Earthquake Devastation

Three Reasons Why The World Needs Dr. Jim Kim at The World Bank

Cholera Cases On The Rise in Haiti, U.N. Says

Pediatric Cancer On The Rise in Rwanda

No One Should Die of Tuberculosis in the 21st Century

Global Health Expert Chosen as World Bank Nominee

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