Partners in Hope (PIH) is a Malawian non-profit organization focused on strengthening the country's healthcare infrastructure through the development of a high-quality Medical Center, and providing assistance and training to 5 mission hospitals and over 40 health centers throughout Malawi.  With a special focus on HIV/AIDS, PIH is improving physical infrastructures, laboratory capacity, referral mechanisms and the clinical skills of health workers.

Founded in 2001, PIH has become one of the most dynamic healthcare organizations in the country, offering a 'holistic approach' to HIV/AIDS. The Partners in Hope Medical Center is staffed by international  and national clinical personnel, and is equipped with two clinics, a counseling center, laboratory, pharmacy, x-ray/ultrasound and an inpatient facility.

A variety of services are readily available on site, including:
  • General healthcare for adults and children
  • HIV/AIDS treatment with anti-retrovirals (ARVs)
  • HIV testing and counseling
  • Nutrition counseling and demonstration garden
  • Women's health services
  • Community-based support groups and home care

Take a few minutes to learn about HIV/AIDS in Malawi and how vital the mission at PIH is. Find out the history of PIH -- how it started and how it has grown.